In your diet plan, you have several food options for your lunch and dinner.
The key to keep your diet interesting is to cook for example chicken breast and sweet potatoes for 4 days, and then cook ground beef and white rice for the next 4 days, then keep rotating the different food options.
Besides that, you can use different spices and sauces.
Most spices have 20-40 calories per table-spoon, so go ahead and use a table spoon or two for your meals.
Same goes for sauces.
You can use ketchup (preferably without sugar), sriracha, salsa sauce and many other sauces.
Ketchup for example, has about 50 calories per 3 table spoons so you can use it in moderation without worrying too much about it.
There’s no reason to obsess about those 50 calories. In the grand scheme it won’t make a big difference for fat loss but it would make a huge difference for the way your meal tastes.
Should it happen that you don’t lose fat for a few weeks, we will simply cut your carbs down a bit so you can keep losing fat and have your ketchup too.
To get ideas for low-calorie sauces that are available where you live, just google for “low calorie sauces” in your own language and start looking for inspiration.
If you keep mixing up your protein and carb options and you use different spices and sauces, you will have an unlimited amount of ways to cook your meals and keep the diet interesting for a life time.