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5 Point Fish Tacos

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The other day I made these yummy fish tacos for lunch and they were delicious. I usually figure out the point value of a meal before I start to make it so I will know what to expect. I was particularly excited for this one since I could have so much for so few points.

Here is what I did:
I sprinkled Old Bay seasoning on both sides of a 3 oz. filet of tilapia. I cooked it on the George Foreman Grill for a few minutes and let it cool. Meanwhile I warmed 2 Mission Yellow Corn Tortillas in the microwave for 10 seconds. I cut up a handful of romaine lettuce, grape tomatoes and 1/8 cup of avocado. I split all the veggies up between the 2 tortillas and a little salsa on top. After shredding the fish I place it over all the veggies and enjoyed:-)

I was so excited to eat these, they smelled good and they were incredibly tasty. Not too bad for a just a few minutes of my time and only worth 5 points!

If you make any yummy meals worth few points on the weight watchers points + please let me know so I can try them.

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Grilled Pizza

Every time I mention our grilled pizza people ask me for the recipe and instructions, so I thought I would post it in my blog.  The recipe for the crust is fairly basic with room for creativity:

2 and 3/4 to 3 and 1/4 cups of all purpose flour

1 package of active dry yeast

1/4 tsp. salt

1 cup warm water

2 tbls. canola oil (you can also use olive oil)

I also add about 3 tsp. of parmesan seasoning blend, these are the brands I use:

Combine 1 and 1/4 cups of flour, yeast and salt.  Add water and oil.  Beat with an electric mixer (I use my KitchenAid stand mixer with kneading attachment), then beat on high for 3 minutes.  Slowly mix in enough flour to get to the right consistency, you should be able to touch the dough and not have it stick to your hands.  Roll the dough with your hands until it’s in a ball shape.  Spray a glass bowl with Pam and put the dough in it to rise.

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