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Old 04-24-2009, 11:58 AM   #1201
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No wheat or grain products are allowed on induction. You would be 100% correct. I just pop by occasionally, so I'm not sure which posts shared tortillas. Sometimes I admit I'm spacey and share something on the wrong forum.

The tortillas are really for rung 9 of Atkins (minimum of 11 weeks), or, for the '72 folks, after about 4 weeks.

I'm making a huge lasagna today with cauliflower noodles now. The house smells awesome!
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Old 04-24-2009, 01:51 PM   #1202
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Cleo~That sounds delish!
?...here. Do you have to use cream of tartar in those oopsies?
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Old 04-24-2009, 02:47 PM   #1203
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No, you really don't need the cream of tartar. It's just a suggested addition because it helps keep those whites stiff a little bit more easily. You can def go without it.
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Old 04-25-2009, 07:31 PM   #1204
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Thx! Cleo!
I'm on vacay rt. now, & I don't have any Cr-t!
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Well let me know how the experiments go and how the kids like it! Always on the hunt for new veg ideas!!!

Last night I did broccoli on the grill and it was AWESOME!!! I just recently started roasting it and thought wth I will throw it on the grill!
I'm always trying to figure out what to do with all the radishes. We love to grow them and then we eat very few compared to how many grow! :blush:
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I tried making radish "chips", but they had to get really, really dark before they became somewhat crisp. I think they would have been positively black if I'd cooked them long enough to make them really crisp.

They also shrink up a lot in the cooking, so that the slices of radish ended up being these little curly things, maybe 1/4 the size the slice had originally been.

Not workable, in my opinion.

I do like the radish hash-browns. I just shred them into the skillet. Cook on one side until slightly browned on the bottom, then flip. The shreds that don't touch the skillet will soften, but not crisp up at all. The only thing is that cooking radishes give off quite an odor, but the flavor is nice.
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Old 04-27-2009, 09:10 AM   #1208
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These crispy nacho chips are packed with flavor, and are easy to make. The ingredients? Only cauliflower, egg and cheese (popcorn seasoning is optional--watch for non-induction ingredients like sugar).

I used a dehydrator to speed drying time and for maximum crispness.

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Old 04-28-2009, 12:20 AM   #1209
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These crispy nacho chips are packed with flavor, and are easy to make. The ingredients? Only cauliflower, egg and cheese (popcorn seasoning is optional--watch for non-induction ingredients like sugar).

I used a dehydrator to speed drying time and for maximum crispness.

Yum! Mock doritos.
I have the cheddar seasoning that you recommended. I had forgotten why I bought it, but now I remember. Too bad I just used up all the cauliflower on Cauli Bisque.

Note to self. Get more cauli.

I love all your creations, Cleo.
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Old 04-28-2009, 07:51 AM   #1210
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Thank you! When I can come up with a more whole foods approach, it is much healthier in the long run for my family. Plus, it's fun to play in the kitchen.

Those chips were not only crisp, they were beefy. Because the dehydrator dried them quickly, the flavor is terrific! I really like them and see them having multiple applications in the kitchen. My husband, who is not usually a cauliflower fan, loved the texture and the crispness. I am positive that zucchini can also be used to make this product when substituted.

Recipe Instead of leaving them to dry on the counter, I place them in a dehydrator for 2-3 hours on the highest setting, rotating trays every 3-60 minutes, depending. Chips are done when they either begin to curl slightly or when they are crisp.
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Your unbelievable Cleo!! Rock those low carb recipes, girl!!!!!!!!!!
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All of these dishes are absolutely sinful looking! lol ever since I started Atkins the only things I've eaten are fried eggs, boiled eggs, steaks, shrimp, chicken (all fried or plain), and the occasional shirataki noodle stir fry. I would probably feel guilty eating any of the foods you guys have posted because they seem so luxurious =)
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i thought you were not supposed to have grains/breads etc during induction?
There are oodles of amazing recipes in this thread, but it's a fact they're not all Induction-friendly. I'd cross-check anything that caught my eye with the Acceptable Foods list before rattling any pots or pans.
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Old 04-30-2009, 03:04 PM   #1215
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Going to have to try those C-Doritos!
Wishing I had a dehydrator. Waiting for 6 to 8 hrs to eat them will be tough.
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Old 04-30-2009, 03:05 PM   #1216
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The Doritos only take 2-3 hours, tops, in the dehydrator. It's pretty quick!
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subscribing....i'm so hungry now! This thread makes lc so much better. Glad i found it!
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Old 05-01-2009, 10:46 AM   #1218
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Hi Cleo!

Thank you so much for sharing with us all the wonderful and creative recipes. I am a big fan of your blog. Love your quirky sense of humour and the fantastic recipes. I finally tried to make some oopsies yesterday. Followed your recipe to the "T". Unfortunately, my oopsies turned out flat.

Would be great for some tips to make some soft, fluffy oopsies ....

Cheers, Jas~
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Old 05-01-2009, 11:23 AM   #1219
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Hey there! You are so tremendously sweet!

1. Those flatties can be used as pancakes or hot dog buns;

2. Try using Wilton mini cake pans (sold at SuperTarget--we need to get netrition to sell them. lol or at Super-Walmart) or muffin top pans to help the bread holds its shape. It's just the easiest way to do it! I use them now just so I don't have to worry. My chest is already drooping. I don't need my buns to go there, too.
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Old 05-02-2009, 05:40 AM   #1220
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This was supper last night... Pork Spareribs and Parmesan Fried Zucchini. It was goooood!


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That looks fantastic. What was on the ribs?
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I seasoned them with chili powder, paprika, S&P, & a garlic herb mix, seared in pan and then put in the crockpot with apple cider vinegar and liquid smoke. It was my first try making them without bbq sauce and they were really good!
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omg. those ribs look and sound delicious!
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1. Those flatties can be used as pancakes or hot dog buns;

2. Try using Wilton mini cake pans (sold at SuperTarget--we need to get netrition to sell them. lol or at Super-Walmart) or muffin top pans to help the bread holds its shape. It's just the easiest way to do it! I use them now just so I don't have to worry. My chest is already drooping. I don't need my buns to go there, too.
Hi Cleo !! Sorry for the late respond as I have been really busy with work this week.

HA.HA.HA. .... I was laughing out loud on the drooping buns ...

I will have some time this weekend to make a second attempt on the oopsies. Thank you for the idea on those Wilton mini cake pans. I do hope it would be a success and I can post it on the site.

Thanks Cleo and do hope to read more interesting articles on your sites.

Cheers, Jas.
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turkey bacon wrapped stuffed jalapenos with cream cheese



Italian baked and stuffed chicken with grilled shrimp and veggies

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turkey bacon wrapped stuffed jalapenos with cream cheese



Italian baked and stuffed chicken with grilled shrimp and veggies
YES!

Love (and make them often) stuffed jalapenos..
and I was Italian in another life so the baked/stuffed Italian chicken is right up my alley..

I need to take a pix of my Key Lime Chicken Picatta next time I make it.
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italian stuffed chicken recipe?

where can i find the recipe for the italian stuffed chicken? looks soooo good.
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