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Old 10-16-2008, 03:34 AM   #541
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OMG that looks crazy delicious! I bet you'd be DONE eating for the day after one of those.
Oh yeah! And I was.

It was soooo good.

Will be a while before I eat another.
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Old 10-16-2008, 07:20 AM   #542
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Oh yeah! And I was.

It was soooo good.

Will be a while before I eat another.

Hi, I've seen this before, but didn't see the recipe. Is it an oopsie dipped in egg and cheese then pan fried?

Do tell.
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Old 10-16-2008, 01:24 PM   #543
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I did not dip them in egg.

I put two together with some cheese (like a sandwich) and then I fried it in butter (because you know everything in the south is better fried in butter). And then I did two more. Each grilled cheese sandwich is a "bun" for the LC McFatty Melt.

The patty is just 1/4 pound hamburger bun with whatever spices you like.

Next time I make it I'm going to caramelize some onion for it... and it needs a sauce... the very next one I make will have the mayo/mustard mixture that I like.

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Salisbury Steak with Mashed Cauliflower

The salisbury steak is already prepared in the refridgerated section of the grocery store. 6g carbs with gravy. I ate it without the gravy. My mashed cauliflower has cheese in it. NOM NOM NOM!



Chicken Ginger Stir Fry

I just made this... an experiment in stir fry since I don't know what I'm doing with stir fry. This recipe is

4 chicken breasts (3 were really small)
1 inch of ginger, finely diced
1 bag broccoli slaw
Low sodium soy sauce



I heated the oil over medium heat with the itty bitty bits of ginger till they started to brown. I added thin strips of chicken breasts and browned them. I added the bag of broccoli slaw and cooked till soft. Then I threw is soy sauce, to taste and let cook for a few minutes. Taa daa! All done!
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I did not dip them in egg.

I put two together with some cheese (like a sandwich) and then I fried it in butter (because you know everything in the south is better fried in butter). And then I did two more. Each grilled cheese sandwich is a "bun" for the LC McFatty Melt.

The patty is just 1/4 pound hamburger bun with whatever spices you like.

Next time I make it I'm going to caramelize some onion for it... and it needs a sauce... the very next one I make will have the mayo/mustard mixture that I like.

HTH
Thank you! I had no idea that it was like two grilled cheese sandwhiches put together! Adds a lot to the bun I bet considering an oopsie is so light and airy as a bun for a burger. Well done!

Smarty pants! I would have NEVER thought to use the broccoli slaw for stir fry! You're a genius!

I made cheesy cauliflower last week, I really like it. Gives it a different taste, I mixed mine really well and it gave it a orange color. Yummy! My DS is LC with me so I have to try as much variety as I can to keep him interested. Lately he's skipping meals which isn't good. He's 15, probably a teen thing.

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Old 10-16-2008, 05:23 PM   #546
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the oopsies soak up a TON of butter during the frying process.

Sinfully good. Make it for your DS... he won't skip THAT meal.
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Pumpkin pizzas for your little pumpkins! These are made with oopsie rolls.

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Yummo! You cooks are amazing!
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I just wanted to let you know i have missed you on here! i am a lurker and sometimes poster but i use to love to get on yur blog and then all of a sudden i couldnt find it! love the ginger chicken and salsbury steak idea! will have to try. Please keep posting! thanks you and cleo are great motivators! just when you think, what can i eat for dinner, yall never cease to amaze me!!
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Wow! :blush: Thank you!

I've jumped back on the bandwagon recently so my goal is to cook something new every week. So far so good!
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jennbaker, hey girl I have been away for a while also its great to see you posting, you have great taste in food....keep up the good work.
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Hey Melissa!!! Missed you! Welcome back!

And thank you.

I'm hoping my two projects this weekend will be DELISH!
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can't wait to see and hear about them.
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Hi everyone! I have been lurking for quite some time, but just wanted to tell everyone thank you for all the wonderful induction friendly ideas.
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I finally gave these a try and they are GREAT! My favorite boneless Buffalo wings are from Applebee's and I really get to missing them. These are an excellent low carb version. Warning, though, they are VERY spicy.

Egg wash
1/2 pork rind crumbs (run through blender, food processor or just bang with rolling pin)
1/2 Parmesan cheese (powdered type, kind in green can)
Boneless/skinless chicken breast cut into 2-3 inch pieces


Mix Parmesan and pork rind crumbs together, add spices of choice (I added cayenne because I am a glutton for punishment).
Dip chicken breast pieces in egg wash then coat with Parmesan/pork rind crumb mixture. Chill in fridge for about 30 minutes.
Fry in oil of choice (I used half olive oil and 1/2 coconut oil because that's what I had) until crisp and golden brown. Lay out on paper towel lined plate to drain excess oil.

Meanwhile, in a small saucepan:
Melt 1/2 stick of butter then add
1 cup Frank's Hot Sauce (there's no substitute for this)
1-2 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
1-2 1/2 tsp Tabasco sauce
salt to taste
Simmer until hot then pour over chicken and mix well to coat.

Serve with celery and blue cheese or ranch dressing.

They are delicious!





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Hi everyone! I have been lurking for quite some time, but just wanted to tell everyone thank you for all the wonderful induction friendly ideas.

Keep posting, ask questions, this site is great! There are recipes in a lot of places, don't forget to check out the Recipe Room too. Anytime you want just jump into any thread. Good luck on your LC journey!
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OceanDreaming, fantastic! Looks like Applebees to me!!

I've used Parmesan, but not pork rinds, I've heard others use them. Thanks for posting, I will try this.
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Salisbury Steak with Mashed Cauliflower

The salisbury steak is already prepared in the refridgerated section of the grocery store. 6g carbs with gravy. I ate it without the gravy. My mashed cauliflower has cheese in it. NOM NOM NOM!



Chicken Ginger Stir Fry

I just made this... an experiment in stir fry since I don't know what I'm doing with stir fry. This recipe is

4 chicken breasts (3 were really small)
1 inch of ginger, finely diced
1 bag broccoli slaw
Low sodium soy sauce



I heated the oil over medium heat with the itty bitty bits of ginger till they started to brown. I added thin strips of chicken breasts and browned them. I added the bag of broccoli slaw and cooked till soft. Then I threw is soy sauce, to taste and let cook for a few minutes. Taa daa! All done!
Yum! I have to try that stir-fry and I'm going to look for that S. steak too.
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I finally gave these a try and they are GREAT! My favorite boneless Buffalo wings are from Applebee's and I really get to missing them. These are an excellent low carb version. Warning, though, they are VERY spicy.

Egg wash
1/2 pork rind crumbs (run through blender, food processor or just bang with rolling pin)
1/2 Parmesan cheese (powdered type, kind in green can)
Boneless/skinless chicken breast cut into 2-3 inch pieces


Mix Parmesan and pork rind crumbs together, add spices of choice (I added cayenne because I am a glutton for punishment).
Dip chicken breast pieces in egg wash then coat with Parmesan/pork rind crumb mixture. Chill in fridge for about 30 minutes.
Fry in oil of choice (I used half olive oil and 1/2 coconut oil because that's what I had) until crisp and golden brown. Lay out on paper towel lined plate to drain excess oil.

Meanwhile, in a small saucepan:
Melt 1/2 stick of butter then add
1 cup Frank's Hot Sauce (there's no substitute for this)
1-2 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
1-2 1/2 tsp Tabasco sauce
salt to taste
Simmer until hot then pour over chicken and mix well to coat.

Serve with celery and blue cheese or ranch dressing.

They are delicious!






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They are so good. I could probably eat these every day!
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I finally gave these a try and they are GREAT! My favorite boneless Buffalo wings are from Applebee's and I really get to missing them. These are an excellent low carb version. Warning, though, they are VERY spicy.

Egg wash
1/2 pork rind crumbs (run through blender, food processor or just bang with rolling pin)
1/2 Parmesan cheese (powdered type, kind in green can)
Boneless/skinless chicken breast cut into 2-3 inch pieces


Mix Parmesan and pork rind crumbs together, add spices of choice (I added cayenne because I am a glutton for punishment).
Dip chicken breast pieces in egg wash then coat with Parmesan/pork rind crumb mixture. Chill in fridge for about 30 minutes.
Fry in oil of choice (I used half olive oil and 1/2 coconut oil because that's what I had) until crisp and golden brown. Lay out on paper towel lined plate to drain excess oil.

Meanwhile, in a small saucepan:
Melt 1/2 stick of butter then add
1 cup Frank's Hot Sauce (there's no substitute for this)
1-2 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
1-2 1/2 tsp Tabasco sauce
salt to taste
Simmer until hot then pour over chicken and mix well to coat.

Serve with celery and blue cheese or ranch dressing.

They are delicious!





I've made this with the whole chicken tender and used a honey mustard dipping sauce. I, like you, could eat this every day!

Looking at this page makes me hungry for them now, and it's only
7:00am!
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Good Morning Ladies!

I know what you're thinking.
"Hmmm... I wonder if Jenn will come over and cook breakfast for me?"
I'm sorry, no, I will not. I'm very busy.
"Well, will she at least share what she's having today so I can make it myself since she's a super sucky pants who won't cook for me?"
Why, yes, I will!!! Thank you for asking.



This is what you'll have. Well, it makes two but I ate the first one while the second was cooking.

"Why Jenn! That's a crepe! It's not LC!"
No no, it's totally LC. And induction friendly.

Take a tiny frying pan (mine is like 6 inch diameter) and put Canola Oil in it. Enough to cover the bottom and then some. Put it on that tiny burner and let it warm up over medium heat.

2 eggs
2 oz cream cheese
A generous splash of Banana Davinci's Syrup (Did I mention these are BANANA crepes? Oh yes, they are. And quite delicious!)

Run them through your itty bitty teeny tiny food processor. That one that you've been swearing to replace but never did. Oh wait, yours is big? Oh, well I must be the last girl on earth with the itty bitty one.

Take your super awesome mixture to the now warm oil and pour half in and let it fry. Use these few minutes to clean your work area. It'll get pretty and bubbly and fluffy. Flip it and let the other side get cookin'. Since your work area is now clean, play with your puppies and sing The Zoee Song and The Puck Song to them. They like it.

Once it's finished transfer it to a plate with a paper towel to soak up some of the excess oil. Add more oil to the pan (I told you to use a lot) and when it warms up add the last of the mixture. While it's cooking, pick at your crepe you just made. Mmmmm... that's good! Told ya!

Variations (so far)
* use splenda granules instead of davinci's and sprinkle final product with cinammon. I haven't tried it but that was the original recipe.
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Hi - great site! Hi jenn - did you post a recipe for crack-slaw? I am trying to find it...can you give me a hint as to where to look. I have been browsing around looking...thanks.

Have a good day everyone! I think you are all amazing!!
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Old 10-22-2008, 04:31 PM   #565
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Jane - I didn't post it and I can't remember what thread I was on when I read about it.

I found this: LowCarbFriends Recipes - Coll's Modified Crack Slaw - Powered by ReviewPost in the recipe room. Is that it?
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Jenn - yes that's it! Thanks so much for finding it...I was looking under crackslaw, or ground beef, and I looked through various threads and couldn't find it. I need to print them as soon as something looks good. Thanks again - I appreciate it! Have a good night.
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It's difficult to remember where they came from. I read just about any thread that involves good food. Like you I need to print them when I find them.
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OceanDreaming,

Thank you for post the buffalo wings! I've never made the pork rinds and cheese crust and it was fabulous!! I used cayenne too.

DD saw my pic yesterday and said, I want some chicken nuggets too. She wasn't home and missed them.

I didnt have what was needed for the sauce, so I just hit mine with a dash of hot sauce and dipped in ranch dressing. Yummo!!
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Jen I am making those! Thanks. In the absence of puppies will my cats do? Will I need to sing something different as they are cats?
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