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Old 04-08-2010, 08:28 PM   #121
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Onion sour cream stuffed Mushroom caps with Italian parsley and asparagus in butter sauce
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Old 04-09-2010, 05:37 AM   #122
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awlass-Stuffed Mushoom caps..yummy! Whatcha stuff 'em with?
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One of my son's favorites.
Peppers, onions, ground turkey and a can of Hunts Fire roasted diced tomato. Carbheads eat it over rice, I eat it as is.

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One of my son's favorites.
Peppers, onions, ground turkey and a can of Hunts Fire roasted diced tomato. Carbheads eat it over rice, I eat it as is.

sounds and looks good! will this be good with ground beef or pork maybe?
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sounds and looks good! will this be good with ground beef or pork maybe?
Absolutely!
Meat and veggies can't be beat. And it's very simple and quick!
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awlass-Stuffed Mushoom caps..yummy! Whatcha stuff 'em with?
lipton onion soup mix in sour cream (1 package to 8 oz SC.. I only used a table spoon of this mix) with an italian parsley sprig on top (optional.. its kinda strong flavored!)
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I love my griddle pan. It leaves the most bodacious cross hatching.
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I love my griddle pan. It leaves the most bodacious cross hatching.
That's one goooood looking steak!!
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Thank you! I have been practicing on the cast iron griddle.
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I love my griddle pan. It leaves the most bodacious cross hatching.
-all I can say
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I love my griddle pan. It leaves the most bodacious cross hatching.

Wow!!!!! Yummmo!!!
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Dinner tonight - Crispy skinned salmon with avocado dip



Brekkie this morning - fried eggs/bacon & mushrooms on rocket



Cheesecake recipe........
Low Carb Chocolate Swirl Cheesecake - A Pinch of Health - Australian Low Carb Forum
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Pesto chicken with butter roasted zucchini


Turkey pepperoni chips and cream cheese


Cherry jello flavored Ice chips...
Yeah, that was an accident.. My fridge froze my jello!! so I broke off all the ice (it was on top, in between the slices, and in the CENTER of each piece..) and had nummy ice for dessert
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Asparagus over turkey bacon with spicy hollandais
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How about y all just post the recipes with the pictures because you know we are going to ask for them!! Everything looks scrumptious!
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Asparagus over turkey bacon with spicy hollandais
How do you make spicy hollandais sauce please?
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Yummy Chicken

This is from Linda's Low Carb Menu's and Recipes. (Love that site!) and roasted asparagus with olive oil. I don't know how to post a link, but here is the recipe. This stuff is delicious!

STEPH'S YUMMY CHICKEN STUFF
2 pounds boneless chicken breasts
Salt and pepper, to taste
3 4-ounce cans mushrooms, drained ***
1/3 cup sour cream
1/3 cup mayonnaise
1/2 packet ranch dressing mix, 1/2 ounce or a scant 2 tablespoons
2 tablespoons heavy cream
1/4 cup parmesan cheese, 1 ounce

Place the chicken pieces in a single layer in a 9x13" baking dish; season lightly with salt and pepper on both sides. Cover with the mushrooms. Blend the sour cream, mayonnaise, ranch dressing mix and cream; spread over the mushrooms. Sprinkle the parmesan cheese over everything. Bake at 375║ 45-60 minutes or until the top is brown and crusty and the chicken is done. I baked mine 45 minutes and the chicken was a little over done and dry. I suggest checking it after 30-35 minutes.

**I used fresh mushrooms sauteed in a little butter and just put them on top. Also I just mixed the Parmesan cheese in with the sour cream and mayonnaise and sprinkled a little extra on top.
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recipie for spicy hollandaise please !

that crispy skinned salmon looks awsome..how did you get it so nice and crispy?

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OH

recipie for spicy hollandaise please !
erm.. i just threw it together, so i dont have exact measurements...

3 egg yolks
aprx 1 T lemon juice
aprx 2 T butter
aprx 1/2 T hot sauce

mix yolks, juice and hot sauce in a food processor (or whisk by hand), melt butter until boiling and add quickly to yolks mixing immediately. remove mixer blade and microwave for aprx 30 seconds in 5-10 second intervals, stirring well between each segment. stop heating when thickened. (be careful to not nuke it for too long, or you'll end up with spicy scrambled eggs )
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recipie for spicy hollandaise please !

that crispy skinned salmon looks awsome..how did you get it so nice and crispy?
Score the skin at an angle, rub in heaps of sea salt of freshly ground salt, fry skin side down in a very hot oiled pan
Voila!
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I wanna see someone use the chick boobs to make their own version of KFC's Double Down! Bacon, pepperjack cheese and sauce (mayo, mustard, lc ketchup and some diced pickles) sandwiched between two grilled chicken breasts....
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