You go to de-I's blog for great, easy, easy, low calorie meals, of course.
This is a meal that requires virtually no clean up and a guarantee that anyone can do this. The meal is entirely cooked in a 425 degree oven. The key is the power of cooking in an enclosed packet (aluminum foil is the easiest). All you have to do is put the base food ingredient in with some flavorings, close the packet, bake, open, and serve.
For my meal today, I served a fish fillet, mushrooms, and baked potatoes
I seasoned the mushrooms with salt, pepper, paprika, a little oil, and a touch of wine (very little)
Close the packets. The potatoes have been cooking for about an hour and the packets go in for 15 minutes (total cooking time - 1 hour 15 minutes)
Take out the food, open it up, and serve.
The enclosed packet steams the food with the flavorings creating its own sauce.
Notice the under layer of foil. That ensures that you keep that pan clean if you spill some of the sauce as you take the food out.
And you say, "de-I, is this low calorie". Why thank you for asking, yes it is. .80 of pound of the fish (opakapka in this case) is 370 calories, the potatoes, another 300 (go light on the butter my friend), the mushrooms - less than 100.
Now here's the great part. You can use any flavoring you want. Use something prepackaged. Use salt, pepper and chili powder. Use whatever you like.
I guarantee if you try this you will be pleased. It's easy, tasty, minimal cleaning, healthy.