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Just make sure to toss them frequently, so the edges don't stick and burn to the pan. If they do start to stick, you might want to toss in a few teaspoons of water.
Toss with a bit of tomato paste and turn frequently.
You could actually spray a cooking spray on them like Pam. It's still 0 calories.
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