I’m trying to segue this sight into both a guide for Dukan Diet (DD) recipes AND eating healthy past the diet. I’ve always had a very healthy diet and cooked with high-fiber products. I’m going to attempt to show you how to make recipes with complex carbs (and obviously you can leave them out) that are both low-fat AND delicious! I served this recipe both on whole wheat bagels and skewers. It worked for everyone and no one even knew it was a diet recipe!! (Now, this isn’t the leanest or lowest sodium meat choice, so if you’re in the early stages of the Dukan Diet I would refrain from this cut of beef and just cook a nice lean roast-following the rest of the recipe.) These wonderful skewers were a fantastic treat for my mom and dad out on the boat this weekend at our place in Palm Springs. Mom enjoyedn hers with a freshly squeezed mimosa! From my O’Bryan family to yours, I hope you all had a happy St. Patrick’s Day!!
ST. PATRICK’S DAY CORNED BEEF SKEWERS
1 4-5 lb corned beef brisket (flat cut is leaner) or top sirloin roast (DD), cooked and cut into 2-inch cubes
Follow the directions on the package of corned beef or roast your beef until desired-doneness (top sirloin roast should take about an hour at 350 in a bit of beef broth or other cooking liquid). Cube meat and cut each cube in half, almost through. Stuff a half a teaspoon of sauerkraut inbetween the halves and stick on a skewer. Serve with sauce.
1 can sauerkraut, well-drained
1/2 cup fat free mayonnaise
1 T tomato paste (DD) or 2 T ketchup
1/4 cup cherry pepper relish or diced cherry peppers (I used one like the link below-just look for sugar or fat, they’re shouldn’t be anything but diced peppers in it)
Mix all sauce ingredients together in a small bowl and refrigerate until ready to use.