A Cheap Alternative Scarsdale Diet – Budget Diet Plans
Below are recipes that can be used as an alternative to the Scarsdale Diet. It uses cheap groceries from the supermarket which can be easy on the budget.
EVERY DAY BREAKFAST: Eat half a grapefruit, cantaloupe, or other seasonal fruit—whichever is cheaper—and a slice of protein bread with no added topping.
MONDAY: For lunch, prepare a chef’s salad, chicken broth, and a slice of toasted protein bread. For dinner, grill or bake fresh or frozen fish. Eat with a salad.
TUESDAY: For lunch, prepare a fruit salad with any fruit mix you like. For dinner, eat plenty of fried hamburgers, sprouts or broccoli, cabbage, and a salad of cucumber, radishes, celery, and lettuce
WEDNESDAY: Take tuna or salmon salad with vinegar and lemon dressing on lettuce and a melon or grapefruit. At dinner you have the choice between lamb ragout or braised lamb knuckle. Enjoy it with sauerkraut and a salad of tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber and celery
THURSDAY: Eat two eggs, which you can cook however you like, low-fat cottage or curd cheese, zucchini, and a slice of toasted protein bread. For dinner you can eat chicken, which can be fried, boiled and grilled.
FRIDAY: For lunch, eat a spinach pie and applesauce with no added sugar. For dinner, you can prepare fish that you can fry, bake and sauté or poach with a combo salad and a slice of toasted protein bread
SATURDAY: Prepare a fruit salad on top of lettuce for lunch. For dinner, roast, broiled, or boiled chicken, a lettuce and tomato salad, and a watermelon or cantaloupe may be the best alternative to those prescribed by the Scarsdale diet
SUNDAY: Choose from cold or hot turkey, roast Hawaiian chicken or marinated turkey parts to eat with cooked cabbage, tomatoes or carrots. Dinner consists of a choice of seared, grilled round steak, boneless ham, liver and onion, lean pot roast or tender pimento steak, cooked tomatoes and Brussels sprouts
Thanks to Ric Evangelista