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Old 02-07-2008, 06:56 PM   #61
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Old 02-07-2008, 07:00 PM   #62
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12yrs-- After eating nothing but eggs (almost) the last time I did Atkins, I'm going for the gusto over here!

I want my food! Get into mah bellah!

Here is a different Gyro I made a couple of weeks ago. I'm going to post that recipe soon, too. It was pretty good!

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I just want to say I love this thread! I keep wanting to post some of my own pics.. but .. I'm not a very good cook..
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Cleo, I made the eggdrop soup using your recipe and it is FABULOUSLY delish! Yummy yummm yummm yummy! Next time I will have to do a triple batch cause DH (who is not eating lc mind you) LOVED it and took the rest to work with him! Oh, btw I used toasted sesame oil cause that is what I had here. Thanks for that recipe! That is def a keeper!! And wonderful on a cold day to warm you up and for those chinese food cravings too. You're a dear, thanks again for passing on a wonderful recipe!

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I just want to say I love this thread! I keep wanting to post some of my own pics.. but .. I'm not a very good cook..

Cheri, please do post away!! We can always use new food pics!!
I'm thinking of whipping up some Eggdrop soup here. It's a chilly 67 degrees! Feels like soup weather to me!
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I'm going to go find my camera now! These pics are fantastic motivators when hunger strikes and cravings start to creep in!
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Bacon wrapped Chicken stuffed w/broccoli and cheddar cheese. Roasted cauliflower.

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Seak eggs benedict over flax muffin. (The hollandaise sauce - I had the end of the batch so had to add a bit of water to it because there was not much left. Added too much water, but it still tasted good! :-)
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Roasted chicken, mashed cauliflower & gravy, spinach.
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Oh my goodness Barb! I already ate and this made me want to eat all over again! Yummy. Can you please pass on the recipe? Or come to my house and bring me some..lol
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Well, Texas is not TOO far!
But here, I'll just give ya the recipe.
For the chicken.
Take boneless skinless breasts. Slice them on the side to make a "pocket". Fill with broccoli and shredded cheddar. Wrap the whole breast with bacon and toothpick together. Grill til done. Then slice and you have the medallion looking pieces. (You could probably do this in the oven as well, but I have always grilled it).
The Cauliflower. Cut the head into florettes, coat with olive oil. Put in a baking pan (sometimes I add chopped onion and garlic as well), toss in a bit of butter and roast for about an hour at 350. Turning occasionally. I like it really dark. MMMMM....
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Here's another shot of the cauliflower. This stuff is so good. It really shrinks down to nothing though, when you bake it. It's nothing to be able to eat a whole head of cauliflower yourself!
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I really need to learn how to cook!! You guys make this LC look so yummy!!

I remember last time I did it .. I had lots of chicken and green beans ~ LoL. (well, had other things as well but NOTHING that looked as good as anything on here!!!!)
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My new found breakfast treat! (When I can get to them before DS does )
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Oh thanks Barb! They look wonderful! I did my grocery shopping tonight so I have everything to make them but I have a friend from PA coming in to visit for the weekend so not sure if I will get to them until monday. Gotta clean the house and get the guest room ready etc.
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How do you make scotch eggs?! Those look nummo!

I had avocado-feta salsa today.

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Scotch Eggs:
1 pound Jimmy Dean bulk sausage
4 hard boiled eggs

Slice the sausage roll into 1/4ths. Wrap each 1/4 around one hard boiled egg. Bake in 350 oven for about 30-35 minutes. Excellent leftover & re-heated too!
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How do you make scotch eggs?! Those look nummo!

I had avocado-feta salsa today.
That looks interesting Cleo... What's all in that??
And what did you eat it with?
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I put the salsa in my jerk chicken pasta.




Avocado-Feta Salsa

2 plum tomatoes, chopped
1 avocado, halved, seeded, peeled and chopped
¼ cup finely chopped red onion
1 clove garlic, minced
1 Tbsp snipped, fresh parsley
1 Tbsp snipped fresh oregano
1 Tbsp olive oil
1 Tbsp white vinegar
4 oz. feta cheese, coarsely crumbled

In a medium bowl, combine tomatoes, avocado, onion, garlic, parsley, oregano, oil, and vinegar. Stir gently to mix. Gently stir in feta cheese. Cover and chill for 2 hours or up to 6 hours. Serve with flax crackers (recipe here).


I also use this to garnish my jerk chicken pasta-less pasta (recipe here).

Makes 12 (1/4 cup) servings.

Total carbs: 16 net, 701 calories total.



Jerk Chicken Pasta-less Pasta


4 boneless chicken breasts, raw and chopped into cubed or long strips
½ cup butter
4-5 cloves garlic, crushed
1 cup half-and-half
½ cup chicken broth (I use Swanson’s organic chicken broth in a box)
1 Tbsp Thicken Thin/Not Starch
1 Tbsp cayenne pepper
1 tsp oregano
3 Tbsp parsley
8 ounces sliced mushrooms, pieces and stems (I use raw)
¼ cup chopped red bell pepper
salt and pepper to taste
prepared spaghetti squash
Avocado-Feta salsa, prepared (optional, recipe here)

Melt butter in a skillet over low/medium heat and add garlic.

When garlic becomes fragrant, add cayenne pepper and chicken. Increase heat.

Cook until chicken is no longer raw. Remove chicken from the pan, leaving the liquids.

In a separate bowl, stir together half-and-half, chicken broth, and ThickNThin/Not Starch. Pour into the skilled the chicken was cooked in (with the liquids).

Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and then simmer for 3 minutes, stirring constantly. Stir in parsley, herbs, mushrooms, red bell pepper, and heath thoroughly, allowing flavors to blend.

Add chicken and heat through.

Toss with spaghetti squash, or to fried, riced cauliflower. Top with avocado-feta salsa for garnish, color and some coolness to the flavor.
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Here's another shot of the cauliflower. This stuff is so good. It really shrinks down to nothing though, when you bake it. It's nothing to be able to eat a whole head of cauliflower yourself!
do you have the recipe for that? looks awesome!!!
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Yummy Cynthia! See there you go making me hungry! I don't have any shrimp!
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But I just bought some humungous shrimp today!! That looks great!
Sigh. I gotta work on that oopsie recipe again though. Have not yet got that one down pat.
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But I just bought some humungous shrimp today!! That looks great!
Sigh. I gotta work on that oopsie recipe again though. Have not yet got that one down pat.
Barb,

Those Oopsies actually came out much flatter than my earlier batches. I tried to use my food processor to whip the egg whites and that didn't work out very well. I may have been afraid of over whipping them or I may have just stopped it too early but they were not hard enough near the bottom of the processor. I used that batter in my new Muffin Top Pan which is why they are so uniform.

I'm going to stick with either my hand mixer or my KitchenAid for whipping egg whites so that I can really see when they have firm peaks.
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Cynthia, where did you find the muffin top pan? I have been looking all over for those!
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Cynthia, where did you find the muffin top pan? I have been looking all over for those!
Actually I had to order it online. I was placing a large order with Kitchenware online at Cooking.com: Shop for small appliances, cookware, cutlery, bakeware, tableware, and more plus find recipes. so I got one from them. I have never come across one in any store that I've been in, so I decided to get it when I saw it online.
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Barb, I also couldn't find any muffin top pans locally where I live (why are these things so hard to find??) so I purchased mine on Amazon. About the same price, $13 bucks, and if you're a prime member, no shipping. I use mine for Revolution Rolls too! Take that roll and turn the bumpy side inside and you'll swear you're eating a regular roll I swear. Especially if you do your version with protein powder.
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these all look sooo fabulous to me! like someone else who posted, i'm wanting to do more than just chicken and green beans. these are awesome ways to do that! thanks for sharing!
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