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Vegetable Ravioli With Shrimp And Squid Ink Pasta. Approx 136 Cal.
Recipe for 1 Pax.
¼ red pepper (paprika)
10g of mushrooms or mushrooms,
1 clove of garlic,
5 ml of virgin olive oil,
3 sheets of dough sheets of rice,
3 squid ink spaghetti,
1 dash of Soya (Soybean) Kikkoman Japanese
1 dash of honey bees.
Salt & Pepper to taste.
Chop into brunoise (diced), all vegetables, sauté all
In olive oil, add 1 pinch of salt and 1 pepper and reserve. We spent the dough sheets of rice hot water until soft q, fill the leaves with vegetables, in the same pan sauté thevegetables clean and spiced shrimp.
Fry 3 the spaghetti in oil 45 seconds.
For the sauce: soy glaze when it begins to boil with a touch of honey and removed quickly from the fire.
Emplatar: Place the ravioli in the base plate, crossed the prawns with squid ink pastaand bathed in the sauce.
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Born at the foot of the imposing Cerro “El Avila” in Caracas - Venezuela.
Degree in Management degree from the School of Management,
Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences from the University Santa Maria.
Personal Trainer & Sports Nutritionist IFBB (International Federation of Body Builders)
Sports Dietitian GSSI (Gatorade Sport Science Institute)
Jobs in New York City at 250 Park Avenue Homeland famous with Douglas Rodriguezcreated the New American Kitchen
Founder of the A.A.C.C. (Academy of Culinary Arts Caracas)
He belonged to the famous group “O” of restaurants and bakeries where flowed the Caracas elite.
Corporate Chef of L’Atticco remembered, Old Bred Word Factory, Boston Bakery.
Executive Chef at some restaurants icons Caraqueña society as St.Honore Basilico,
Watercolor Terrazas, Déjà vu, Magnum City Club, Princess Casino and Sawu among others.
1. Hot dogs: The Cancer Prevention Coalition recommends that children should not eat more than 12 hot dogs per month because of the riskof cancer. If you must have your hot dog fix, look for those without sodium nitrite listed among the ingredients.
2. Processed meats and bacon: These meats almost always contain the same sodium nitrite found in hot dogs. You can find some without nitrites, but you’ll have to look for them in natural grocers orhealthfood stores. Bacon is also high insaturated fat, which contributes to the risk ofcancers, including breast cancer. Limiting your consumption of processed meats and saturated fats also benefits the heart.
3. Doughnuts: Doughnuts contain hydrogenated oils, white flour, sugar, and acrylamides. Essentially, they’re one of the worst cancer foods you can possibly eat. Reader’s Digest calls doughnuts “disastrous” as a breakfast food, and manyexpertsagree it’s probably one of the worst ways to start the day.
4. French fries: Fries are made with hydrogenatedoiland fried at high temperatures. Some chains even add sugar to their fry recipe to make them even more irresistible. Not only do they clog your arteries with saturated fat and trans fat, they also contain acrylamides. They should be called “cancer fries,” not French fries.
5. Chips / crackers / cookies: These generally contain white flour and sugar as well as trans fats, but it’s not enough to simply look for these ingredients on the label; you have to actually “decode” the ingredients list that food manufacturers use to deceive consumers. They do this by hiding ingredients (such as hiding MSG inyeast extract, or by fiddling with serving sizes so they can claim the food is trans fat free, even when it contains trans fats (the new Girl Scout cookies use this trick).
If you enjoy a Pizza as much as I do ,try to have a healthier option. Try to order it with just one kind of cheese and a lot of veggies.
2. Make your own Pizza with whole wheat Pita bread. It’s healthier and delicious and you can add everything you want as long as you have only one heavy ingredient.
3. And if you are going out these weekend here is a list of calories so you can know what you are ordering.
Calories in Pizza!
1 slice of calabresa: 412 kcal
1 slice 4 chesses: 432 kcal
1 slice mozarella búfalo with sun dried tomatoes and arúgula: 286 kcal
1 slice mozarella with mushrooms : 249 kcal