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    Bronze Phenster flabbygabby's Avatar
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    I use the following for 1 pocket
    1 Thomas's Sahara Whole Wheat Pita
    1/2 cup boneless chicken breast (cubed into small thin pieces)
    2 pinches of shredded Mozerella or any other shredded low fat cheese
    cajun seasoning
    1 tbls low fat ranch dressing
    a little lettuce shredded
    few dices of tomatoe

    Cut pita around edge place both pieces in 450 oven for 5 min then flip over for 2 more min

    In the meantime put the chicken (already diced) in a fry pan with a little water; season with cajun and stir until done (@3-4 min) Let the water steam out.
    Place on Pita, sprinkle with cheese, drizzle ranch on top then lettuce & tomatoe.

    And enjoy.......only about 388 calories and tastes so good.

    [ November 26, 2002, 01:31 PM: Message edited by: flabbygabby ]
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    This sounds yummy and this is definately one that i'm going to try.
    Thanks

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    That sounds yummy
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    FLABBY THIS SOUNDS SCRUMPTIOUS, I WILL TRY THIS ONE GYRLIE
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