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Old 03-08-2010, 10:57 AM   #2581
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Love all this yummy food. Oneoftwo I think that hollandaise is the one from Dr. Atkins book. Kitkat, I have a tip about poaching eggs easy. If you can get the silicone cup cake cups or muffin cups just put a Tblsp of water in each, crack in the egg and float in a pot of simmering water till done to how you like them. They wont stick in the silicone, what can be better
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Old 03-08-2010, 11:34 AM   #2582
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I make these from time to time and mine never look like that.
Yours actually look like pancakes. Mine just look like a pancake that fell apart.
WOW, recipe for your pancakes please!!! They look delish!!!!!
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Old 03-08-2010, 03:07 PM   #2583
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Old 03-08-2010, 03:09 PM   #2584
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Old 03-08-2010, 03:10 PM   #2585
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At first, I thought I read Beef ***** Stew! Looks delish....
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Linda Sues White Castle Hamburger Pie
I made it in a square dish because I was too lazy to dig out the round ones from under the 349536 square ones.


Just had this for dinner & it did not disappoint! Used boiled radishes as fried "potatoes" So yummy. Thanks for sharing w/ us. & thanks for the link.
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Old 03-08-2010, 09:02 PM   #2587
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I love this pancake sandwich from a local fast food chain. It's two pancakes with sausage, egg and cheese. I recreated that minus the egg because... well the pancake recipe already has eggs. I also used ham instead of sausage. This is what I came up with

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Old 03-09-2010, 05:53 AM   #2588
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Yummm that looks really good...
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Dollkey that looks soooooooooo good!
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Old 03-09-2010, 03:39 PM   #2590
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Ignore crisp Pea pods. Pretend they're celery.

Everything else is induction friendly. Andouille, sauerkraut, my mock potato salad and a deviled egg.
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I don't know how good of a thing it is that I always end up at this thread around dinner *drool*
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Ignore crisp Pea pods. Pretend they're celery.

Everything else is induction friendly. Andouille, sauerkraut, my mock potato salad and a deviled egg.
Oh I just LOVE sugar snap peas!!!!!
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Old 03-09-2010, 05:44 PM   #2593
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Me too! I love them, but I'm not thinking they're ok until the second veggie rung since they're starchier little buggers. I just wanted some crunch and I'm not a celery girl.
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Me too! I love them, but I'm not thinking they're ok until the second veggie rung since they're starchier little buggers. I just wanted some crunch and I'm not a celery girl.
I don't like celery either unless it's chopped really fine and cooked.

There's always pork rinds!!! CRUNCH CRUNCH CRUNCH!
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Old 03-09-2010, 07:27 PM   #2595
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is sugar snap peas different from snow peas? 'cause snow peas is allowed. I eat snow peas...
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Snow peas are Good!
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I love this pancake sandwich from a local fast food chain. It's two pancakes with sausage, egg and cheese. I recreated that minus the egg because... well the pancake recipe already has eggs. I also used ham instead of sausage. This is what I came up with

That looks tasty. Did you use an unflavored PP to make the pancakes? I am getting ideas now! Would be so good w/a sausage patty and some cheese. My fav!
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That looks tasty. Did you use an unflavored PP to make the pancakes? I am getting ideas now! Would be so good w/a sausage patty and some cheese. My fav!
What's PP? Protein powder? The recipe is ('cause I can't link to it, I'm so sorry)

Sugarfree Sheila's Pancakes (Induction friendly)
3 oz cream cheese, soften in microwave
2 eggs
1 tsp cinnamon
1 T Davinci Sugar Free Syrup*
Butter

Mix everything throughly, no lumps. Pour batter in a skillet on medium heat.

I wait until the edges are not wet before flipping, this makes the pancakes brown and look like real pancakes.

*I use 1 tsp of Splenda and a splash of vanilla extract.
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Old 03-10-2010, 01:54 AM   #2599
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Oh yeah, that is right, you were using Sheila's recipe. The pancakes I make have protein powder in them.

I think I'll try to do the original (w/out pp) tomorrow. Yum.
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please do. I haven't had any problems with it. It's a little salty but then just use unsalted butter to top it. ;D
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Just printed out SF Pancake recipe!

I made shrimp scampi last night w/Shirataki noodles.
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Yummmm.... those tomatoes look sooo good !
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Just printed out SF Pancake recipe!

I made shrimp scampi last night w/Shirataki noodles.
I am going to try those noodles one of these days!!!!
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How did you get your pancake to turn out so good? I tried the recipe with the cream cheese yesterday...but it just ended up falling apart when I flipped it and it looked like scambled eggs! lol
I may have messed up with the cream cheese....I didn't know how much 3 oz was (i'm new to cooking-ha) so I just weighed in on a scale..
ANy tips for those delicious looking pancakes?????
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I really don't like the spaghetti squash at all. The tofu spaghetti was pretty good.
I too, don't love spaghetti squash but every couple of years I buy some hoping to convince myself that I like it.

Well as luck would have it, this week was one of those times, and I came across the Zucchini Nacho chip thread and subbed it for the zucchini. All I can say is OMG!

For exact proportions go to my post at http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...l#post13235166
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How did you get your pancake to turn out so good? I tried the recipe with the cream cheese yesterday...but it just ended up falling apart when I flipped it and it looked like scambled eggs! lol
I may have messed up with the cream cheese....I didn't know how much 3 oz was (i'm new to cooking-ha) so I just weighed in on a scale..
ANy tips for those delicious looking pancakes?????
I use the recipe I posted above. I use egg rings to make the pancakes perfectly round and use an ice cream scooper to divide the batter evenly.

Make sure the pan is hot enough. Pour the batter into the egg rings and wait until the edges of the pancakes are no longer wet. Then remove the egg rings and flip the pancakes. The egg rings help to make the edges of the pancakes thicker, too so it's easier to flip. I wait until the batter looks almost dry before flipping so I can get that dark brown color on each side.

I also use vegetable oil and not Pam spray just because we don't have it here.

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I use the recipe I posted above. I use egg rings to make the pancakes perfectly round and use an ice cream scooper to divide the batter evenly.

Make sure the pan is hot enough. Pour the batter into the egg rings and wait until the edges of the pancakes are no longer wet. Then remove the egg rings and flip the pancakes. The egg rings help to make the edges of the pancakes thicker, too so it's easier to flip. I wait until the batter looks almost dry before flipping so I can get that dark brown color on each side.

I also use vegetable oil and not Pam spray just because we don't have it here.

HTH!
You can put oil in a spray bottle and get Pam!
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Just printed out SF Pancake recipe!

I made shrimp scampi last night w/Shirataki noodles.
Mmmmm.
I had a bad experience with shirataki before (funky smell/taste) but this pic is making me want to try it again. It looks delicious!
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You can put oil in a spray bottle and get Pam!
Thanks for that tip Marci!

LC_Monkey, I know! That picture is making me drool! But I can't find shirataki noodles where I am.
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Thanks for that tip Marci!

LC_Monkey, I know! That picture is making me drool! But I can't find shirataki noodles where I am.
You can certainly order them online. I order most of my stuff online somewhere because I live out in the sticks of Indiana!!!!
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