Protein definitely to low. Gear increases protein synthesis. You can't eat like a natty and expect to grow lean tissue on gear. It's like trying to build a house without the building materials.
I think you could eat more total calories just by raising protein and not necessarily put on fat. Something like 250g protein 200g carbs and 100 fats would be 2700 calories. If needed reduce carbs to 150g which would be 2400 calories. I wouldn't decrease to 150 carbs unless you're getting rly fat. Where you don't have a base of lean tissue it's going to be difficult for you to add muscle without fat bc ur metabolism just isn't going to cooperate imo. I know that doesn't sound technical and sounds very bro science but I'm just basing that on personal experience. Alternatively you could do 300g protein, 150g carbs and 100 fat.
I get my protein from a combination of egg whites, whole eggs, chicken breast, salmon, Talipa and whey. The only reason the whey is in there is bc with my schedule I don't have time for all my snacks/meals to include meat. My carbs come from a banana, blueberries and jasmine rice. A couple of servings a day of vegetables.
Add in a little steady state cardio of say 30 min post training on the treadmill is never a bad idea either as long as you're eating enough to support it.
Just make sure protein is higher than carbs in this stage of the game for you.