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Old 04-01-2010, 07:51 PM   #31
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I've made them on foil in the oven. I used the store bought, shredded cheddar. Made little piles and baked at 350 until well melted -- plus a bit. Let cool a bit and peeled them off. The oil in the cheese should let them "turn loose". My personal preference is to sprinkle the cheese with chili powder.
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Old 04-02-2010, 12:16 AM   #32
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Wow great, Yes im lebanese and I have to say ive never tried tuna with eggs I love it, Do you have any other simple recipes?
yes actually, one of my absolute favorites!! salata michwea

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6 anaheim peppers, 5 roma tomatoes, 1/4 onion, 2 clove garlic, 1/4 c evoo, 1/2 can tuna in oil (optional), salt to taste

Grill tomatoes and peppers, on all sides, until tender and skin is easy to peel off.
Also grill the garlic and onion slice.
Peel the skins off the tomatoes and peppers.
Squeeze the tomatoes to dispose of the seeds and excess juice.
Cut open the peppers and remove the seeds.
Place all in a food processor, and blend until well mixed and slightly chunky.
Stir in the tuna and the oil. (The oil is very important. It holds the salad together.)
Use as a dip, salsa, spread, or on its own with flax crackers!



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1 med/lg english cucumber (seeded), 4 roma tomato, 1/2 onion, 2 anaheim or jalapeno peppers, 1-2 wedges lemon (2T juice), 3T evoo, salt & pepper to taste

Dice all veggies uniformly.
Mix well with remaining ingredients.
Use as salsa, salad, dip
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awlass, thanks I see ur a pro at this.
Such simple recipes and great outcome
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tunisian food is so simple.. once in owl i can give you some more recipes using beans and the best couscous recipe
though is couscous allowed for that? i think cause its semolina and not white it shouldnt be too much of a problem?
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Cerise, I would like the green chili sauce recipe. Thank you!
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I made the cheese chips on parchment paper ...they came perfect.....thanks for the help...
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Brekkie this morning - omelette with melted cheese, green pepper, bacon, avocado and tabasco


Dinner last night - tinned salmon mixed with mayo & hot mustard, topped with lc sweet n sour sauce, melted cheese & spring onions - totally improvised but it was delicious



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Brekkie this morning - omelette with melted cheese, green pepper, bacon, avocado and tabasco


Dinner last night - tinned salmon mixed with mayo & hot mustard, topped with lc sweet n sour sauce, melted cheese & spring onions - totally improvised but it was delicious



Green chilli dipping sauce
1 tbsp coriander root and stem
2 cloves garlic
5 small green chillies
Half cup of lime juice
2 tsp palm sugar (use sugar substitute)
1 tbsp fish sauce

In a mortar, crush coriander, garlic & chilles. Add remaining ingredients and mix well

Also have a roasted chilli & coconut sauce which is beautiful but not sure if it's particularly low-carb friendly as it contains peanuts & roasted chilli paste (which may contain sugar?)
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cleo, any good coconut milk recipes? the can i have is 2nc per 1/3c
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Hey, awlass! I haven't tried using coconut milk yet!

I did find this, and it looks pretty wonderful. Of course, instead of rice, cauliflower rice:

Red Curry Chicken

The red curry paste is prepared by blending red chilies, onions, garlic and spices such as cardamom, cloves, poppy seeds and fennel seeds in a blender. This curry goes well with plain rice or any flavored rice dish.

Ingredients
1 Tbsp red curry paste
2 Cups of coconut milk
1 Tbsp soy sauce
1 Tbsp lime juice
½ Cup basil leaves (chopped)
2 Tsp olive oil
1 Carrot and 1 zucchini, grated
1 Bell pepper, finely sliced
1 Pound chicken, marinated using lemon, salt and pepper
½ Cup water
Salt to taste

Preparation
First, you need to make a coconut sauce. In a thick-bottomed saucepan, mix coconut milk and red curry paste well. Bring the same to boil and simmer for couple of minutes. To this add soy sauce and lime juice. Simmer for 5 minutes, stirring continuously. Add the chopped basil leaves and remove from the flame. Keep it aside.

Heat olive oil in a skillet over a medium flame. Sauté the marinated chicken, till it becomes tender. You may add more pepper if required. Add the sliced bell pepper, carrot and zucchini. Sauté, till the vegetables become soft. Pour water, sprinkle salt and cook on low flame, till chicken is cooked. To this add the coconut curry sauce and mix well. Simmer for 5 to 10 minutes over a low flame. Remove it from the flame and serve.

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Tuna and Eggs are Delish!
U gotta try it!

Sequel is Kewl!

No pix...but, I had melted Mex cheese on a plate w/sliced Jalapenos and cumin seasoning.
Then, had sliced sausage w/vingegar and musard.

Was going to cook up Crack salad...but, too full now. Will make it tomorrow for my Easter dinner.
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NO! Those are PERFECT!
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Those look pretty, dollkey!
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Thank you Cerise for the green chili sauce recipe. Only 1 question, I have never seen fresh coriander. I have seen it dried and in seeds I think. Would dried work if I can find it? I am sure the amount to use would be much less though?
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Breakfast - chicken alfredo w/ green beans. 9 grams carbs.


Dinner - shrimps drowned in butter. 4 grams carbs.
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ok, i cooked up a giant turkey, and im the only one in the house that eats it!! (bought it last thxgiving, it had to get used)
ive picked it off the bone and packaged it into 3-4 oz packages and most went into the freezer...
sooo... gimme your turkey recipes ladies!

btw, if your craving the cranberry sauce (its like 30 something net carbs per 1/4 c!!! yikes!) just get some SF jello in a similar flavor (cherry?) and make it like jello jigglers (leave out 1 c water) and use that like the cranberry sauce pretty tasty!
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These are definitely induction friendly (ignore the berries). Mini cheesecakes
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Breakfast - chicken alfredo w/ green beans. 9 grams carbs.


Dinner - shrimps drowned in butter. 4 grams carbs.
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Thank you Cerise for the green chili sauce recipe. Only 1 question, I have never seen fresh coriander. I have seen it dried and in seeds I think. Would dried work if I can find it? I am sure the amount to use would be much less though?
Really?! No I'm sure it has to be fresh. Isn't it called cilantro over there?
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This is something we made at a Thai cooking school - prawns with green chilli dipping sauce (got the recipe if anyone wants it)

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I love all your food porn. So yummy looking.
I can taste the shrimp. I love the way you cook.
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Breakfast - chicken alfredo w/ green beans. 9 grams carbs.


Dinner - shrimps drowned in butter. 4 grams carbs.
Wow did you eat all that shrimp for dinner? I shrimp (or prawns as we call them here)

And thank you LC_Monkee food is my obsession and always will be. I have heard people say to stop thinking of food as a pleasure and think of it as purely fuel but I refuse!

Tonight's dinner was homemade cheeseburgers with herbed mayo & salad...........

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These are definitely induction friendly (ignore the berries). Mini cheesecakes
what an adorable cupcake holder! I wanted to make your cheesecake recipe but I can't even find regular yogurt around here LOL

Thanks Marcy Darcy and Cleo!

BTW, the cheesecake tasted awesome! tart but sweet... so yummy! The good thing about it, since it's so flavorful, is I only want one piece! Yay!

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Thank you Cerise for the green chili sauce recipe. Only 1 question, I have never seen fresh coriander. I have seen it dried and in seeds I think. Would dried work if I can find it? I am sure the amount to use would be much less though?
I just searched online.. It is Cilantro. Thank you for the clarification, I also would have never known that!!
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Cerise- How do you cook those prawns for that recipe?
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