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Old 06-09-2010, 01:34 PM   #601
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Chicken Enchilada Blossoms.....

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1 small can chopped green chillis
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Mix all well and heat in the microwave until the cheese melts...stir frequently.

I eat this as a dip for veggies....or with a spoon as a meal.

Variations....jalepeno's....black olives.....ect can be added!

I also make Tortilla Blossoms with it....Buy low carb tortilla's....cut them in 4th's...press them in a cupcake pan...put one spoon full of filling in each one... top with more grated cheese, then bake until the tortilla is browned and holds its shape "crispy"....

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Old 06-09-2010, 02:38 PM   #602
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My Mom made the YUMMIEST braised boneless beef ribs for lunch!! Rutabegas and cucumbr salad on the side. No kidding - this was by far one of the best home-made Atkins meal I've ever had!! (Then she made Virgin Mojitos - we don't drink alcohol).

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Old 06-09-2010, 04:46 PM   #603
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Low carb cheesecake with a pinenut and almond meal crust. My son's birthday is this Saturday, so he gets a regular NY style cheesecake and I get at least one piece of this before I take it to work

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Old 06-09-2010, 06:18 PM   #604
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Wow, that looks really good!

I was just wondering if Smackaroos could REALLY be only 1 net carb for 3 crackers as the nutrition info says.
I was skeptical, too; however, I have eaten them several times and my blood sugar has not risen.
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Old 06-09-2010, 06:19 PM   #605
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Side comment for first-time inductioners as full disclosure only (don't want us confusing anyone):

The Smackaroos are not for induction. They contain soy and corn. The dip is fine!
Please accept my apologies ... I thought induction was < 20 carbs daily.
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Old 06-09-2010, 07:48 PM   #606
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I was skeptical, too; however, I have eaten them several times and my blood sugar has not risen.
I may have to try them too...thanks for your response...
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Old 06-09-2010, 10:24 PM   #607
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Peppers that i stuffed with pizza filling

oh yum! They are a a nice size too, the ones we get here are about 5 times the size of that. Thats a good recipe idea for me to take to work. I love colourful dishes, its amazing when you compare low carb food to high carb food like french fries or crumbed chicken or whatever, the latter looks so bland and unappetizing. Its obvious what we were supposed to eat - natures way of attracting us

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ill post some pics tonight

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Old 06-09-2010, 10:26 PM   #608
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Please accept my apologies ... I thought induction was < 20 carbs daily.
Atkins induction is eating the foods allowed on this list with 20 g carb allowance daily.
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Roast chicken stuffed with lemon and garlic butter......
It was so soft and juicy

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Old 06-10-2010, 05:25 AM   #610
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This chicken is beautiful, so sexy!!! Your dishes are all perfect. Bravo Cerise
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That chicken is picture perfect! ...The skin looks delish! :blush:
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I'm new here. I've done Atkins in the past but I was a very boring eater, sticking to the same food and making it as easy as possible,.But I just wanna say that all of these dishes are beautiful! It almost as if you aren't even sacrificing when you can eat like this!! Good work everyone....I think I'm gonna keep coming back, and back....
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Chicken saffron stew

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^^^That looks yummy!
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Eggplants that are stuffed with ground beef mixture. Usually it has green peas in it, but not this time...

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Roast chicken stuffed with lemon and garlic butter......
It was so soft and juicy

WOW!! that looks delicious....now I want chicken lol
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Old 06-10-2010, 10:23 AM   #618
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Old 06-10-2010, 11:20 AM   #619
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Wow! Every dish LooksYum! I love Red/Org peppers better than the grn ones for stuffing.


I roasted some Brussel Sprouts w/Shrooms and Canadian bacon yesterday:



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Old 06-10-2010, 11:25 AM   #620
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I likey that L/C Cheesecake w/almond meal. It freezes well too.
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Old 06-10-2010, 12:24 PM   #621
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That chicken is picture perfect! ...The skin looks delish! :blush:
thank you! I ate every last part of the skin AND the skin off the other chicken (cooked 2 at the same time) going to make a chicken salad for lunch today with lettuce, bacon, boiled egg, red onion and caesar dressing num num
I think I can say that was the juciest, softest chicken Ive ever had. It was stuffed with smashed bulbs of garlic, lemon halves and an obscene amount of butter then sprinkled with garlic salt and freshly ground black pepper.
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Wednesday's brekkie - spinach from our garden, poached eggs, bacon, mushrooms & cherry tomatoes, shaving of parmesan



Dinner - sirloin steak stir-fried with black beans, garlic, ginger, soy sauce, chilli, white pepper & shaoxing, served over shredded lettuce with a fried egg


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I'm new here. I've done Atkins in the past but I was a very boring eater, sticking to the same food and making it as easy as possible,.But I just wanna say that all of these dishes are beautiful! It almost as if you aren't even sacrificing when you can eat like this!! Good work everyone....I think I'm gonna keep coming back, and back....
I feel like we get to indulge and eat all the things we were told to avoid all along. Who else gets to eat chicken skin?
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I feel like we get to indulge and eat all the things we were told to avoid all along. Who else gets to eat chicken skin?
Yep...that!
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Wow! Every dish LooksYum! I love Red/Org peppers better than the grn ones for stuffing.


I roasted some Brussel Sprouts w/Shrooms and Canadian bacon yesterday:


Rbenz....I'm not one for brussel sprouts....but I would sooooooo eat that.
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I dont think Ive tried brussell sprouts before! It was one of those things you pushed to the side of your plate as a child. Or hid in your pocket to pretend you'd eaten it
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Last night dinner was chicken salad which gave me the hardest time to make it look at least presentable to picture but it was deli-sh....I used red onions, boiled eggs, chicken,some mushrooms and for the sauce used mayo, heavy cream and parsley.
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you guys are making me jealous... i've been so lazy I haven't cooked much Everything looks sooo yummy though. DH made beef brisket last night. Yum. Planning to make burgers too.
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