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Old 04-29-2008, 04:01 PM   #301
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It was 3 servings. I poured it into an 8 inch round pan and froze it, then broke it into 3rds.
This sounds SO yummy! Especially at TOM
Did it firm up like toffee or stay softer?
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Old 04-29-2008, 05:36 PM   #302
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It firmed up nicely, but took a little longer. Although the fudginess was quite a nice surprise.
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eggs
cream cheese
cream of tartar

Three ingredients!

Also cauliflower pizza crust:

cauliflower
eggs
cheese


I like using as few ingredients as possible. It confuses me less.


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I stumbled across this recipe today and thought I would share it.
I have not made it yet, but will tomorrow.

cheese puffs,

2 egg whites
1 cup parmesan cheese, grated
1 pinch of cyenne pepper
oil for frying

Place egg whites in bowl, and beat until they are stiff,( I will probly add creamoftarter, like in oopsie).
The fold in the cheese and cyenne.
Drop by teaspon fulls into skillet of hot oil, cook for 30 seconds or so and then flip to brown other side. Should be golden brown when done. Drain on paper towel.

I think I will make these for movie nights! yummy sounding!
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that sounds delicious, almost like hush puppies or something. Let us know how they taste!
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Old 04-30-2008, 10:02 PM   #306
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I stumbled across this recipe today and thought I would share it.
I have not made it yet, but will tomorrow.

cheese puffs,

2 egg whites
1 cup parmesan cheese, grated
1 pinch of cyenne pepper
oil for frying

Place egg whites in bowl, and beat until they are stiff,( I will probly add creamoftarter, like in oopsie).
The fold in the cheese and cyenne.
Drop by teaspon fulls into skillet of hot oil, cook for 30 seconds or so and then flip to brown other side. Should be golden brown when done. Drain on paper towel.

I think I will make these for movie nights! yummy sounding!


sounds yummy! Please let us know how it turns out!
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Have a new one....


Parmesan crusted chicken!
OMG! It's awesome! I have been watching a commercial for this for weeks now and I finally googled a copy cat recipe..LOW CARB STYLE
Here it is....

Preheat oven to 350.

4 chicken breast, thawed
1 cup s/f mayo(i use dukes)
1/2 cup parmesan cheese (dry grated powder, not shredded type)

Spray baking dish with pam, place chicken in dish, in small bowl mix mayo and parmesan cheese, spread over each breast, evenly.

For crust, use about 1 cup crushed porked rinds. I also added some dry chives to this part. But you can add parsley or leave it out. You could also just use a little extra parmesan on top of each breast. Whichever topping you use, just sprinkle it liberally over each breast.

Bake uncovered at 350 of 20 mins or until done in center.

So simple and so yummy!!
I had to walk away or I would have eaten it ALL!!

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Old 05-02-2008, 03:31 AM   #309
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Have a new one....


Parmesan crusted chicken!
OMG! It's awesome! I have been watching a commercial for this for weeks now and I finally googled a copy cat recipe..LOW CARB STYLE
Here it is....

Preheat oven to 350.

4 chicken breast, thawed
1 cup s/f mayo(i use dukes)
1/2 cup parmesan cheese (dry grated powder, not shredded type)

Spray baking dish with pam, place chicken in dish, in small bowl mix mayo and parmesan cheese, spread over each breast, evenly.

For crust, use about 1 cup crushed porked rinds. I also added some dry chives to this part. But you can add parsley or leave it out. You could also just use a little extra parmesan on top of each breast. Whichever topping you use, just sprinkle it liberally over each breast.

Bake uncovered at 350 of 20 mins or until done in center.

So simple and so yummy!!
I had to walk away or I would have eaten it ALL!!
sounds good!

BTW, did you get a chance to make the cheese puffs, yet? I just wondered how they turned out.
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My hubby and daughter adore chilli paste and garlic! We buy it in the gallon containers from the Asian store. It lasts us several months. They put it in a condiment bottle with the spout cut short so the opening is bigger.

The chilli paste and garlic is usually used as an ingredient in cooking and the Sriracha is used like a condiment (ketchup).

This is used in Crack Slaw also.

1 pound hamburger browned with 1 teaspoon each garlic and onion powder drain
Saute 1 bag of rainbow salad or broccoli slaw in 1 tablespoon of sesame oil until crisp tender. Toss with hamburger and add chilli paste and garlic to taste.
I made this tonight w/ broccoli slaw and hamburger. The sesame oil adds delicious flavor and all cooked together w/ the chili garlic sauce it was to DIE for. Hubby and I ate the whole thing and it is one of our new favorites. I'll be making this a lot. We just used a little over a teaspoon of the chili garlic sauce (0 carbs) and it had plenty of heat in it. So fast and easy and yummy
Next time maybe I'll be able to practice better portion control.
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few heaping tablespoons of waldon farms blueberry spread
few heaping tablespoons of waldon farms chocolate dip
one tablespoon of macadamia nut butter
mix together and eat with a spoon

you can even add a tablespoon of coconut oil
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Old 05-07-2008, 06:56 PM   #312
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Sweet Sauce:

5 Apples cored w/skins
4 packets sweet and low or Equal to taste
cinnamon optional

Yes this is a recipe for applesauce, but given the many chicken recipes above, I thought a little dipping sauce would be nice!

Boil apples skin and all, ground down and add other ingredients! Fast, easy, freezable, and most importantly...YUMMY
5 good size servings
approx: 55 calories, 14-15 carbs
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couple of tablesppoons salsa 1 cheese stick pepper jack melt in microwave and dip with pork rinds.

Brats fried with onions and lc beer than fried my cabbage in eat yum.
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hi

this recipe or this food sure sounds weird.. but nice! hahahahaha...

Hard boiled eggs mashed (maybe 3 eggs)
1 tsp mayonnaise or as preferred
any sandwich cheese (1 slice)

mix the mayo with hard boiled eggs
sprinkle with some pepper or even splenda?
put in any container or bowl that's microwave friendly.
tear the sandwich cheese into small pieces and try to cover the egg mayo
nuke it for about 20-30 second till cheese melts

it's all mushy, cheesy and gooey..... yummy!!!

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Old 05-18-2008, 09:04 PM   #315
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Used to have something like that, only with canned Tuna instead of Egg, in the bread days of long ago. Called a Tuna Melt. Doesn't sound weird to me!

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fried some thighs (no breading) in olive oil , added a box of frozen veggies I had and the chinese hot sauce mentioned on early on in this thread oh my goodness this has changed my eating for life!! Trying not to eat the whole thing as hubby didnt like it can you say picky eater?
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Orange Chicken

4-5 chicken breasts
1 can diet orange soda
1/3 cup soy sauce

Combine chicken, soda and soy in gallon freezer bag. Refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Basted it every now and then while it is cooking. I have also made this in the crock pot it has wonderful flavor.

This sounds great!
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I stumbled across this recipe today and thought I would share it.
I have not made it yet, but will tomorrow.

cheese puffs,

2 egg whites
1 cup parmesan cheese, grated
1 pinch of cyenne pepper
oil for frying

Place egg whites in bowl, and beat until they are stiff,( I will probly add creamoftarter, like in oopsie).
The fold in the cheese and cyenne.
Drop by teaspon fulls into skillet of hot oil, cook for 30 seconds or so and then flip to brown other side. Should be golden brown when done. Drain on paper towel.

I think I will make these for movie nights! yummy sounding!
I tried making them and they came out a bit runny. I obviously didn't mix the eggs enough, but they came out as cheese puff chips instead of cheese puffs. Honestly, I didn't like them at all, but maybe it was the mixing that played a roll in it. I was choking trying to swallow them as they are so dry and scratchy on the throat. I was so disappointed because I was really looking forward to them, but heck you may love them!
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Orange Chicken

4-5 chicken breasts
1 can diet orange soda
1/3 cup soy sauce

Combine chicken, soda and soy in gallon freezer bag. Refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Basted it every now and then while it is cooking. I have also made this in the crock pot it has wonderful flavor.
what does is taste like? Is it like sweet and sour chicken from Chinese Eateries? I want to try it, but food is so darn expensive these days that making something you don't like gets really disappointing!
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Hey Karazona,
No, I did not like them either. Yuck!
I think I may try mel's cheese poofs and bake them instead.
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Hey Karazona,
No, I did not like them either. Yuck!
I think I may try mel's cheese poofs and bake them instead.
The two aren't that different! I just don't like either of them unfortunately. Give Mels a try though and see what you think...I thought they were very similar in taste and texture and still hard to choke down LOL
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Thanks everyone for the great receipes. I never saw such great receipes many years ago when I first started low carbing. You all have some great ones. I am not very creative on my own. I have a binder of so many copies that I am going to need a 2nd one. I love all the receipes. Keep them coming !!!

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what does is taste like? Is it like sweet and sour chicken from Chinese Eateries? I want to try it, but food is so darn expensive these days that making something you don't like gets really disappointing!

No, not much, but I made these substitutions:

I added:

Orange peel
red pepper flakes (chinese kind is spicy) to taste
Thick n thin not starch or other lowcarb thickener


These additions got it much closer. It still is not exact, but it is very nice. I also fried the chicken in a skillet and then tossed the thickened sauce with it, just like in a chinese restaurant. The only thing missing is the breading and the chicken fat/gristle.
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I saw this somewhere on a thread, not sure where, but I didn't come up w/ it. It sounds awful but tastes pretty darned good. Wish I knew where I saw it so I could give credit to somebody.

Kale Chips

Wash & dry kale, taking off stem and tear into smaller pieces. Lay on parchment paper, spray w/ pam and sprinkle w/ salt. Bake in 350 for 12-15 min, being careful not to burn.
Who would have thunk???

Ingredients:
Kale
pam
salt

ETA: I also this thread

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Me too! lol. I has been forever since I did this thread, but with prices today... WHEW! It is very hard to find the stuff for bigger recipes without it breaking the bank.
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This is delish!

Portabello mushrooms
hot italian sausage
cream cheese

brown sausage, add cream cheese and mix until combined. Fill portabello caps and put in oven 350 degrees

Add any spices you like to the filling, I like garlic, pepper, soy sauce. I also like to bake 10 minutes and top with mozzerella or provolone and cook another 10. All this adds a few more ingredients though.

It is very yummy!
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Do you get the huge ones or more like creminis?
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I do the huge ones, usually 4 of them, 1 box of cream cheese and I think its 1lb sausage. They are really big and filling, so you might want to try just eating half.
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