I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an decent answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably could help you..
I bet you could use some tomato paste, or diced tomatoes and some stock and get close to the same taste...and counting as "free" foods...
I used all V8 rather than water ... counted it as my dinner veggies ... and it's fantastic!..
Adding a can of (no salt) diced tomatoes (2 veg + salad substitute) to the vegetable fajitas is excellent..
Cook it on the stovetop 10-15 minutes and it thickens up so that you can eat it like a stew..
Good luck eating it all at one sitting, it is very filling...
I have 2 of these to trade if anyone would be interested. The only other dinner's I don't care for is the chicken patty and pasta fagioli. Just pm me if interested or email.
I have three packets of the veggie fajitas. I seem to remember reading somewhere that it needs to.
Before cooking? For how long? We will try the V-8 or canned tomato ideas. Thanks. Ben (Next Dukan Diet shipment comes on Monday!!!)..
I take my patty, rinse and slice into two thin patties and heat. Then, using my two breads and two veggie servings from dinner I thin slice tomatoes and onions and use two slices of low fat swiss from afternoon snack. I toast the bread, put the two thin patty slices on the toast and melt the cheese over them. Add the tomato, onion and mustard. You now have two open face chicken swiss cheese burgers. I do the same with the grilled burger to make two beef cheese burgers.
Very creative way to stretch the food and make a very satisfying meal!..
I finally tried it and cooked it on the stove (for quite awhile!) and put in a cup of chicken broth or a bit more (low salt) and threw in a tablespoon of Emerill's BAM chipotle sauce for spicy flavor (my free food and my new obsession) and 1 cup of chopped tomatoes (with the liquid because my BAM is spicy). It was almost too filling! I also threw in some tortilla chips while it was cooking and a few on the top for my carb when I ate it, which isn't really Dukan Diet friendly, but...man that was good and got my Mexican craving satisfied. The protein chunks are soooo weird, but better when I cooked them for about 15 minutes on the stove. They fluffed up and were filling. I've been on Dukan Diet since January and I'm still learning! I ordered 2 more for next month. A warm hearty soup for sure...