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Old 02-03-2009, 07:38 PM   #31
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Hey, Barb. I don't have a recipe for the pound cake! Sorry.

I have more pictures of my stuffed crust pizza though. lol (Induction friendly, but you could add pine nuts if you're out of induction)



The recipe is in the cooking forum
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Old 02-03-2009, 07:39 PM   #32
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Is this induction friendly?

Can I have this on induction? I didn't think nuts were allowed but it looks so good!
Also, does Walmart carry almond flour or does it have to be ordered online?

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Ohhh, cool! I'll have to go through my food pics for more stuff!
I'll start with this fried chicken. Chicken dipped in egg wash, then breading of 1/2 almond flour and 1/2 parm.


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top with tomato sauce and cheese and you get CHICKEN PARM!
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Can I have this on induction? I didn't think nuts were allowed but it looks so good!
Also, does Walmart carry almond flour or does it have to be ordered online?
Nuts aren't allowed on induction. However, if you're not averse to pork rinds, crush some up really fine and use half and half with parm cheese. It works out great too.

Every time I see this picture my mouth waters!

Oh, and almond flour~I don't think Walmart carries it. I know Trader Joes has it for a great price (not blanched though) OR you can buy your own slivered almonds, a cheap coffee grinder and grind your own.

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Old 02-07-2009, 03:32 PM   #36
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I don't eat pork, it's against my religion but thanks anyway.
Maybe I could just put the tomato sauce and parm cheese and bake it without the breading/frying...?
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Nuts aren't allowed on induction. However, if you're not averse to pork rinds, crush some up really fine and use half and half with parm cheese. It works out great too.

Every time I see this picture my mouth waters!
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I don't eat pork, it's against my religion but thanks anyway.
Maybe I could just put the tomato sauce and parm cheese and bake it without the breading/frying...?
I don't see why not. Actually, I think plain baked/roasted chicken with sauce and mozz cheese would be yummy on its own. The coating is just kind of a nice, crunchy bonus. Something to look forward to after induction!
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Layered dip from yesterday:

Do you have the recipe or a link for the recipe for this--it looks so good.

Everyone's pics look great--I'm drooling......love all that cheese on the pizzas.
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Old 02-07-2009, 04:23 PM   #39
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Taco Dip

6 ounces cream cheese
8 ounces sour cream
taco seasoning mix (1 Tbsp)
guacamole
picante sauce
shredded lettuce, chopped green onion tops, chopped cilantro
shredded medium cheddar cheese
sliced black olives

I use a glass bread dish (for baking), measuring about 9" by 3" wide.

1. Bottom layer: Soften cream cheese and mix with sour cream in a bowl. Mix in taco seasoning for a little bit of zip. Spread this in the bottom of the dish.

**note: If you use refried beans as the bottom layer, add the taco seasoning to this. This is NOTNOTNOT low carb. If you make this for friends, you'll be scooping from the upper layers. Don't even touch the beans. Got it?! I'm watching you.

Oh flax! How you cradle my dipliciousness!

** note number two: If you decide to add browned, ground beef with taco seasoning, I'd add this as the second layer (over the cream cheese mixture), since the hamburger tends to scatter like kids hopped up on easter candy when it's on the bottom of the pan. You might also elect to mix the hamburger with the cream cheese/sour cream mixture for some extra texture and hold.

2. Next layer: Guacamole (enough to make a thin layer)

3. Following layer: Picante sauce (enough to make a thin layer)

4. Layer after that: I used shredded lettuce (I always have bagged salad around and use the lettuce from these), mixed with chopped green onion tops and chopped fresh cilantro for smell, flavor and texture. It looks really nice, too!

5. Almost done: I use medium cheddar cheese, shredded. (At this point puff flour on your face and look exhausted for sympathy points from the spouse or in-laws).

6. Top layer: Add a few sliced black olives and any other toppings for color and/or flavor.


Assemble the dip about an hour beforehand, and don't shred and add the lettuce until you are about ready to serve (sometimes it goes more wilty than those plants I forgot to water).

Induction friendly as long as you are fully aware that you have an ounce of sour cream allowed per day, four ounces of cheese per day, and a scant amount of guacamole is allowed as well. Don't go overboard! It is pretty filling, especially when paired with a flax cracker, so savor the flavor and so me a favor-- let me know what you think.

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Do you have the recipe or a link for the recipe for this--it looks so good.

Everyone's pics look great--I'm drooling......love all that cheese on the pizzas.

Ingredients:
1 lb ground beef (I used buffalo)
1 bell pepper
1 bunch of green onions
1 small jar pimientos
1 can diced tomatos
2 tsp taco seasonings
1 cup of sour cream
1 jar real bacon bits
1 bag shredded lettuce
8 ounces shredded cheddah
2 small cans sliced olives

First - brown and drain the ground beef. Return it to the pan, and continue to fry on medium heat with 1 bell pepper, chopped fine, and 1 bunch of green onions, sliced (just the green part). Once the bell pepper is tender, add the pimientos and tomatos to sort of bind it up. Continue to cook untill most of the liquid is gone, then spread meat mixture in a 9x13 casserole.

Second - layer the rest of the ingredients, in order. How freaking easy is that?

Serve this with something you can dip into it, or if you are taking it to a potluck, you can just stick a spoon in it.
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I was hoping to see the recipe for the 1st pics in the thread the stuffed crust pizza and the bread stix... or the link to the recipes. They look incredible
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Old 02-07-2009, 05:18 PM   #42
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Check out Cleo's blog link at the bottom of her posts. Lots of great, really creative stuff. She incredible.
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RE: Fried Chicken

Make Heroin Wings instead. There's probly a recipe on the recipe threads. I googled it.
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Nuts aren't allowed on induction. However, if you're not averse to pork rinds, crush some up really fine and use half and half with parm cheese. It works out great too.

Every time I see this picture my mouth waters!

Oh, and almond flour~I don't think Walmart carries it. I know Trader Joes has it for a great price (not blanched though) OR you can buy your own slivered almonds, a cheap coffee grinder and grind your own.
Question: I don't care for Pork Rinds out of the bag, but I've never used them in cooking. If I don't like to eat them will they gross me out cooking with them?
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I don't eat pork, it's against my religion but thanks anyway.
Maybe I could just put the tomato sauce and parm cheese and bake it without the breading/frying...?
I love making chicken strips or breasts coated like Heroin Wings (by Dana Carpender). You mix up Parm Cheese with a variety of spices, dip the chicken in melted butter then coat with the cheese mixture, then bake. Be sure to like the pan with foil - that is THE most important step! You could put sauce and melted cheese on those and they'd be delicious.
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Question: I don't care for Pork Rinds out of the bag, but I've never used them in cooking. If I don't like to eat them will they gross me out cooking with them?
I dunno. Maybe if you can't stand the smell. But with all the seasonings, sauce, etc. they don't tasted like pork rinds to me. But then again, I really like pork rinds.
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Can I join !!! Cleo - you oopsies are a deviiine invention!!!
- My oopsies
- An oopsie with pesto, pinenuts ,cream cheese and cheddar...
- Cinnabon oopsie!
Cleos cauli pizza - topped with brie, bacon, tomatoes...thank you Cleo!!!!
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I don't eat pork, it's against my religion but thanks anyway.
Maybe I could just put the tomato sauce and parm cheese and bake it without the breading/frying...?
you can use the rule 12 of induction fibers mixed with the cheese as the breading.
psyllium or ground flax seeds work well and are very low carb. wheat bran is also allowed but it has more carbs.
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Old 02-14-2009, 11:58 AM   #50
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Hi Nicky! Nice to meet you. That looks like awesomeness!
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Can I join !!! Cleo - you oopsies are a deviiine invention!!!

- Cinnabon oopsie!
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O. M. G.

How did you make the cinnabon oopsie? I have been craving cinamon rolls for weeks
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Thanks Cleo!! Spacecowgirl, its just an oopsie, sprinkled with some granulated sweetner sugar (like splenda) - the stickiness of the freshly unpacked oopsie helps it stick nicely - then sprinkled with some cinnamon, and topped with a lashing of 'sweetened up' cream cheese....definately kills the craving for me
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Eggbake with chicken, bacon, and Brussels sprouts.
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Eggbake with chicken, bacon, and Brussels sprouts.
Mmmmm chicken and bacon in the eggs. I never thought about chicken in my eggs! Good idea!
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