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Old 08-31-2010, 07:34 AM   #1351
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Ok...I am new to this thread and I have enjoyed looking at this to get new ideas for ok foods for induction...I have read the book several times and I know what personally works for me and what throws my weight off even if it is on the list of ok stuff.I could comment on things that are not ok on induction in these recipes but I think it is better to just ommit it if I want to make it and be proud that someone took a lot of time and effort to come up with recipes that work and to share it with all of us!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lets not mess up a good thing!!!Please...some of us really need this
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Your Parmesan crusted tilapia and shrimp look absolutely fantastic.
Can you please tell me how you got the "breading" to adhere so well?
Hi!

I just made a simple egg wash. Just a beaten egg with a couple of spices. I dipped the fish and shrimp in the egg wash and then dredged it in parmesan that was seasoned with spices also and baked it on a cookie sheet sprayed with pam. That's it! It held very well.
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Ok...I am new to this thread and I have enjoyed looking at this to get new ideas for ok foods for induction...I have read the book several times and I know what personally works for me and what throws my weight off even if it is on the list of ok stuff.I could comment on things that are not ok on induction in these recipes but I think it is better to just ommit it if I want to make it and be proud that someone took a lot of time and effort to come up with recipes that work and to share it with all of us!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lets not mess up a good thing!!!Please...some of us really need this
Thank you cleo for all of your work...and everyone elses too!!
to the boards, Gigi! Very well put and I think you are right on. I know this is the Atkins induction thread but many who look at it, myself included, are not on Atkins........but it is the "Atkins" induction thread. It is very easy to forget EVERYTHING that is allowed and not allowed. Even Cleo, a seasoned "Atkinseer" posted a recipe with carrots. I think all comments here are made with only education in mind and no "snarkyness" but I liked your comment. These threads (this is number 2) are so much fun to look at. No one wants to mess them up!
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to the boards, Gigi! Very well put and I think you are right on. I know this is the Atkins induction thread but many who look at it, myself included, are not on Atkins........but it is the "Atkins" induction thread. It is very easy to forget EVERYTHING that is allowed and not allowed. Even Cleo, a seasoned "Atkinseer" posted a recipe with carrots. I think all comments here are made with only education in mind and no "snarkyness" but I liked your comment. These threads (this is number 2) are so much fun to look at. No one wants to mess them up!
I so agree, i would be lost without the GREAT ideas that I have gleened from this thread! Who knew that protein could be fixed in so many ways?!
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Hi

I actually used an indoor stovetop grill but it left beautiful grill marks!

I do have some of the recipes that I can post for you.

I baked the wings at 375 for about an hour turning a few times during cooking. It seems like a long time maybe it's my oven but they came out perfectly cooked and crisp

The wings were very simple for the cajun ones I just sprinkled the wings with a cajun spice mix it had no sugar so that was

The original ones were just salt and pepper.

The chinese ones I didn't really measure but I added soy sauce, chili paste, sesame oil, garlic powder, and just half a packet of splenda. They were super yum!


The parmesan fish and shrimp I just dipped in an egg wash then rolled them in parmesan cheese (the kind in the green can) that I had seasoned with spices like garlic powder, onion powder, parsley and chili powder then oven baked them and voila!

The herb roasted chicken was very simple. I made a mixture of softened butter, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, rosemary, and parsley. I rubbed it on the chicken under and over the skin, makes it nice and crispy and moist. Then I baked it uncovered in the oven at 400 for about an hour. Very yummy!


The meatballs was a pound of ground beef, some grated onion, a clove of garlic, an egg, a quarter cup of parmesan cheese, and salt and pepper to taste.


I'll get back to you on the recipe for the Rosemary ranch chicken and the Tuscan pork medallions cuz I gotta type them out.

Hope I helped you out!
Thanks...what kind of stovetop grill? I've been looking/wanting one for a while now. Do you have a blog....w/ pics and food that look like that, you should have one LOL I can't get enough of lowcarb food blogs
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Hi!

I just made a simple egg wash. Just a beaten egg with a couple of spices. I dipped the fish and shrimp in the egg wash and then dredged it in parmesan that was seasoned with spices also and baked it on a cookie sheet sprayed with pam. That's it! It held very well.
Why didn't I think to oven fry seafood. Yummy yum. Will add it to my list of foods to try. Your dish did look mouth watering.
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Thank you, thank you, thank you, for posting all these wonderful food "porn" ideas. I already know I won't feel deprived.
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Old 09-01-2010, 11:21 AM   #1358
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Tri-Tip Roast:


Tri-tip dinner w/nuked up tomato w/basil/salt/pepper/parmesan:


Shrimp Scampi:
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Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! That shrimp scampi looks amazing!!!
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Hi guys!

Here's some food porn!


Ground beef enchilada pie (I used the "crust" recipe that LindaSue uses for the white castle hamburger pie)
It's stuffed with ground beef, enchilada sauce, onions, bell peppers, and cheese!






Grilled chicken wings, and cheese stuffed sausage





My own version of Zuppa Toscana
It has ground beef, onions, mushrooms, spinach, tomatoes, carrots, (Please note carrots are NOT induction friendly, sorry) basil, rosemary, beef broth and tomato sauce. I also wanted to add zucchini, but the store was out that day. It was very very good! I topped my bowl with parmesan cheese and crushed red pepper flakes and Oh my gosh!!! Yum!





An oldy but a goodie, cajun chicken wings!




A mexican side salad. Lettuce, pico de gallo, queso freso, lime, and sour cream. Yum!





Beef short ribs in homemade adobo sauce!






Mozzarella stuffed Caprese Meatballs!

Ground beef, parmesan, onion, garlic, basil, a splash of balsamic vinegar, salt and pepper and an egg. Mix it all up and roll the mixture around a cube of mozzarella. Top it with some tomato sauce and you're good to eat!




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aguamenti22...I am on the verge of licking my pc screen, your food looks devine especially the meatballs and the cheesy sausages!!!
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Awwwwwww! Thank you! :blush:
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Is it possible to get this recipe?

Parmesan crusted tilapia and shrimp with loaded green beans (sour cream, cheese, bacon, mushrooms)
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I have been so scared to try the oopsies!! But I think I am going to finally give it a shot. I have always loved the porn 1 and the porn 2 is just as good. Try out the various recipes that you find and you create and then taking pictures of them I think is a great way to stay on target. I might just have to start doing it. It looks like such fun!!!!
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Parmesan crusted tilapia and shrimp with loaded green beans (sour cream, cheese, bacon, mushrooms)
Hi!

I didn't really follow a recipe I just made it up as I went along but here's how I made it

I made an egg wash just a beaten egg seasoned with garlic powder, onion powder, salt, and pepper.
Then season as much parmesan as you think you'll use, depends on how much fish you will make. Season with pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, parsley, and chili powder.
Spray some non stick spray on a cookie sheet and bake at 350 for about 15 minutes you don't wanna over cook the fish or it'll be too dry. If the parmesan isn't as golden as you'd like pop it under a low broiler for a few seconds.
Hope this helps!
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Thank You Augmenti

Thank you for the recipe of the Parmesan crusted Tilapia but I can't let you off the hook that easy yet. Can you also give me these as well. I'm going shopping today and gotta have it!!!

Mozzarella stuffed Caprese Meatballs!
Beef short ribs in homemade adobo sauce!
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Thank you for the recipe of the Parmesan crusted Tilapia but I can't let you off the hook that easy yet. Can you also give me these as well. I'm going shopping today and gotta have it!!!

Mozzarella stuffed Caprese Meatballs!
Beef short ribs in homemade adobo sauce!

You're welcome!
And here is the recipe for the Mozzarella stuffed Caprese meatballs

1 pound of ground beef
2 cloves of garlic minced
1 slice of onion, thickness depends on how much onion you like
1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar
2 tablespoons parmesan cheese, green can is fine
1 egg
2 big leaves fresh basil
salt and pepper to taste
2 oz Mozzarella cubed

Mix everything except the mozzarella up in a big bowl. Roll meat into balls and press a cube of mozzarella into the middle. Make sure the meat completely covers the cheese.
I got 12 large meatballs from this mixture
Bake at 350 for about 20 minutes depends on your oven. Some of the cheese might leak out so don't leave them in there for too long.




For the ribs in adobo you will need dried ancho chilies. These are usually in the deli department of grocery stores.

You will need beef short ribs about 2 pounds
2 cloves garlic minced
1 teaspoon cumin
Salt and pepper to taste
2 rings bell pepper chopped
A thick slice of onion chopped
3 dried ancho chilies

Take the dried chilies and remove the stems and seeds. Add them to a pot of boiling water. (They will smell hot while they cook but the heat from the chilies is mild)

After about 20 minutes they will be soft and pliable. Add them to a blender, bullet, or ninja with a little bit of the liquid that they cooked in.

After the mixture is pureed you will need to strain it so the tough skin and seeds stay in the strainer and you only get the pulp of the chilies. This step is necessary cuz the skin and seeds are unpleasent in the sauce.

Separately:

Cook the ribs in a large saucepan with the salt and pepper and cover them.
Cook for about 20 minutes at medium heat remove the lid and brown the ribs
After the ribs are browned add the cumin, garlic, onion and bell pepper. Saute until fragrant, then add the chili puree and a splash of water. Cover and cook for about 10 minutes so the ribs absorb the flavor of the sauce.


Hope this helps!
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I'll start with Aquamenti's delicious looking wings and mex salad and finish off with Patricias BLT! Heaven!

LOL. I love food way too much. I don't think that is normal.
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Are you making your flax muffins in a muffin top pan and thats why they are a perfect bun shape?
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Tonight I made oven fried chicken tenders. I combined ideas from a couple different recipes.

I dredged the chicken tenders in melted better which I had added some hot sauce to and then coated them with a combination of ground up pork rinds, canned parm, garlic and onion powder, salt and pepper and baked them for 30 minutes at 375. This was my first attempt at breading anything with the pork rinds and I was very pleased!
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Nope, just a plastic shaped container.
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could someone please make a grilled cheese on oopsies and tell me how it goes?? im afraid to try...

also.. i have this bag of mixed seafood: squid, cuttlefish, shrimp, crab, muscles.. and i dont know how to prepare them! i hate seafood soup, and im not sure a casserole would go good. i love fried squid in a soy vinegar sauce, but i know that tempura is out of the question.. any ideas on how to manage this? i dont think a parmesean breading would work for this...
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