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Old 09-12-2012, 07:41 AM   #931
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pizzaiola style!

this works with a number of different critters. i use it mostly for burgers,meatloaf, and pork chops. on the 2nd side, i add a T of my fave marinara sauce (Victoria)to each unit. Then i had a slice of full fat mozzarella cheese to melt (either in my no-stick saute pan or the micro-wave. The spices i use are garlic, oregano, and hot pepper flakes(the latter in cold weather only). I make my meatloaf neutral(I am so non-committal!), so that i may do whatever i want with each pre-sliced portion. If i have mentioned this before, then i guess, i am mentioning it again. Love & Profits: FLATFERENGHI
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Old 09-12-2012, 07:45 AM   #932
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I do this in the crock pot (except I dont add the cheese). The chicken is wonderful...it just shreds so beautifully! I put 2 large pieces of chicken breast along with a good amount of salsa.
I also do this but I use a block of cream cheese with a big jar of salsa, throw in the crockpot with about 4-5 boneless/skinless chicken breasts, my family LOVES it
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Creamy-curry green beans

I don't measure for this dish as I just make enough for myself and how much I make depends on my appetite ...

1. frozen green beans (2 generous handsful) stir fried in some fat of your choosing. (I usually use CO or butter)
2. add coconut cream ... a Tbsp or 3 (I buy Savoy brand in the can)
3. red curry paste to taste ... I use 2 tsp - 1 T (I buy the Thai Kitchen brand)

Simmer for about 10 minutes on medium heat till sauce thickens.

I find the red curry paste to be salty enough so I don't add any extra salt.
ymmv.

Also, the coconut cream and red curry paste make a wonderful sauce for cooked shrimp!

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Old 09-16-2012, 01:08 AM   #934
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Sausage Alfredo Penne

This is another one of my quick (throw together after work) meals ...

1 Box Dreamfields LC Penne Pasta
1 Pkg beef Sausage links
1 Jar alfredo sauce

Slice sausage links into bite size pieces and fry until cooked through. Add alfredo sauce to cooked sausage and stir. Cook pasta 10 min in boiling water. Drain. Mix together Pasta, Alfredo sauce and fried sausage pieces. Salt & Pepper ..
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Old 12-28-2012, 06:32 AM   #937
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Ham steak
Avocado
Cheddar

Fry Ham steak until it starts to brown, slice avocado and place on top of ham steak while it is still in frying pan. Cover in shredded cheese, and put lid on to melt cheese. Very tasty, even works as a good breakfast! Add some salsa or ranch for added flavor.

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Old 12-28-2012, 06:34 AM   #938
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Love this one - Don't think I saw it posted yet, sorry if it is.
Pepper
Sausage
Tomato Sauce
(Top with cheese)

Brown sausage, combine with sauce, cut top off pepper and fill with mixture, bake for one hour at 350, top with cheese when there is about 20 minutes left.



*Peppers can also be stuffed with one can of tuna and mayo, topped with cheese. This also comes out very tasty!!! I have also done roast beef, onions, and american cheese, YUM!
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Pizza Night Dippers

Shredded mozarella or italian mixed cheeses
pepperoni
pizza sauce (buy lowest carb you can find)
Oil of your choice (ok, makes 4th ingredient)

Heat medium skillet (I use my least likely to stick skillet since I don't do nonstick) over medium heat.

Coat lightly with oil. Sprinkle cheese to cover bottom nearly. Top with scattered pepperoni slices. Scatter top with more cheese - should still be a thin layer of cheese.

Keep it over heat - not yet - little longer. Should be without moisture. NOW pick edges loose with spatula and flip over. Slide onto plate after few seconds.

I slice it into strips with a pizza cutter and let cool slightly. Dip strips in sauce. Can add other pizza toppings into sauce if desired. I just serve with a salad on the side.

ARKIEKEL (sp?) I just made this in the middle of going through the list..omg that saved me today! YUM
OK, a variation of this:

Make the cheese/pepperoni but add a sprinkle of Italian seasoning to
side one, before flipping. Then instead of cutting strips, cut squares and
use as salad toppers, while still warm. (Don't need the pizza sauce for
this variation) I eat mine with Ranch dressing. Cold salad, warm pizza-
yummmm
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Yum, Pami! I must try this. Pepperoni junkie right here.
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Old 06-26-2013, 09:32 AM   #941
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Old 06-26-2013, 01:45 PM   #942
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Love this thread!
I love this thread too. I wish we could get it started again. I've collected so many quick meal ideas from the previous posts. If I ever think of any notable recipe, I'll post it. Please, all of you, do the same. I live alone and cook only for myself. Dragging in after work or even making something to eat at work is wonderful especially when I can just grab a few ingredients and put them together.
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Old 06-27-2013, 12:44 PM   #943
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Subscribing & BUMP! Great thread!
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Within the past year or more someone collected and compiled all of the recipes together if I remember right. Identifying them by type of meat I think.
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Here You Go Folks

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Ok - it's a start on the consolidation, so here's the first 5 pages of CHICKEN recipes...there's a lot...when I make it through all 24 pages, it will be a crazy amount, but already, it's a nice list. Hope you gals/guys enjoy!

Simple Chicken Recipes, Easy Chicken Recipes
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Thanks I changed it on the site.

Everyone - The chicken REcipes are FINISHED!!! You all had 60 chicken recipes!!!!

Simple Chicken Recipes, Easy Chicken Recipes

If you bookmarked the page, be sure to refresh your browser for all of the recipes.
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Ready for your hamburger and beef recipes? Here they are...all 42 of them

Simple Hamburger Recipes, Easy Hamburger Recipes

And just so you know where ALL of the recipes will be once this little (BIG) project is finished, here is that page (links will go live as I fill in with your recipes.)

<Low Carb Three Ingredient Recipes, 3 Ingredient Recipes
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Here's your fish/seafood recipes...Low Carb Seafood Recipes There were 16

And here's the page with ALL of the categories (so far) Low Carb Three Ingredient Recipes, 3 Ingredient Recipes
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Pork - here they are - 40 something recipes - Low Carb Pork Recipes

And again All of the 3 Ingredient Recipes Low Carb Three Ingredient Recipes, 3 Ingredient Recipes
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DESSERT RECIPES ARE HERE Here you go friends...your desserts organized Atkins Dessert Recipes, Low Carbohydrate Desserts

And don't forget the main page with all your 3 Ingredient Recipes (well almost - I still need to do turkey and snacks/dips/misc) Low Carb Three Ingredient Recipes, 3 Ingredient Recipes
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I'll get the new ones added soon!!

Since the link to the collection of all of these recipes in the thread is now back a page; here it is again for your convenience!

Low Carb Three Ingredient Recipes, 3 Ingredient Recipes
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I've added the 3 new 3 ingredient recipes that have been posted. There's 2 new chicken recipes and one in the dessert section. Since the link of the compilation is back a page; I keep adding it to the current page so that people who don't know about it won't have to try to look through 27 pages.

Low Carb Three Ingredient Recipes, 3 Ingredient Recipes
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For those of you new posters and others who I've seen say, "I haven't made it through the whole thread yet" You don't have to

I compiled the thread here...because I loved the recipes, but it took FOREVER to get through it, and then I couldn't re-find the ones I wanted to look at again.

Low Carb Three Ingredient Recipes, 3 Ingredient Recipes
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Within the past year or more someone collected and compiled all of the recipes together if I remember right. Identifying them by type of meat I think.
OK, More than a year ago
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Thank you for doing this! It's a very generous thing to do and maybe it will create interest and there will be more recipe contributions.
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OK, More than a year ago
I click on the links and all I get is a Sponsored ad.
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Does it say Deliciously Thin at the top? That's the page!
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Does it say Deliciously Thin at the top? That's the page!
Yes, then I click on one of the recipe bars, like Baked Chicken, and that's when just sponsored ads appear. I scrolled down but there was none of the recipes. The day I opened this email, I was able to click on the recipes.
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Yes, then I click on one of the recipe bars, like Baked Chicken, and that's when just sponsored ads appear. I scrolled down but there was none of the recipes. The day I opened this email, I was able to click on the recipes.
Really stupid mistake on my part, I didn't scroll down far enough. Thanks for trying to help.
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Diet Rite Cola Chicken

Feeds 4

4 chicken breast
1 can diet rite cola
1/2 cup low carb ketcup

put in a medium sauce pan (yes the raw chicken too) and bring to a boil. Put a lid on it and turn to medium heat for 30 minutes......take the lid off an let simmer for another 10 minutes.

This makes a really good bbq chicken. I shread it up and just keep some in the fridge.
I just saw this - sounds wonderful - I used to make this with real coke and real ketchup and it was always one of my favorites, I had forgotten about it - will try this soon. Thanks!
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Hamburger soup

My hairdresser mentioned eating "hamburger soup" and how simple, quick, good, cheap and comforting it was. I've asked around (her particularly) and Googled it and found out there's so many ways to make it (sort of like everyone has their own meatloaf recipe) Spices and veggies, even ground meat can be varied to taste.

Hamburger Soup (my way)

1 lb. gr. beef
various veggies
2-14 oz. cans diced tomatoes.

Brown the gr. beef in a skillet. I use my electric skillet.
Add chopped or sliced onions, celery and sliced bell peppers. (red is pretty)

When browned and veggies are softened, add 2-14 oz. cans of diced tomatoes plus (for me) about another 2/3 can of water and as much shredded cabbage as you want (I buy the packages of coleslaw) and either handfuls of spinach or kale (or both) and stir together.

Put the lid on the skillet and let it simmer just until the cabbage and spinach/kale is cooked to your liking.

It's important that the you don't overcook the cabbage and spinach/kale, as in my case, I'll be scooping it into a bowl and heating it again in the microwave. It's quick to begin with and even quicker to reheat.
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My hairdresser mentioned eating "hamburger soup" and how simple, quick, good, cheap and comforting it was. I've asked around (her particularly) and Googled it and found out there's so many ways to make it (sort of like everyone has their own meatloaf recipe) Spices and veggies, even ground meat can be varied to taste.

Hamburger Soup (my way)

1 lb. gr. beef
various veggies
2-14 oz. cans diced tomatoes.

Brown the gr. beef in a skillet. I use my electric skillet.
Add chopped or sliced onions, celery and sliced bell peppers. (red is pretty)

When browned and veggies are softened, add 2-14 oz. cans of diced tomatoes plus (for me) about another 2/3 can of water and as much shredded cabbage as you want (I buy the packages of coleslaw) and either handfuls of spinach or kale (or both) and stir together.

Put the lid on the skillet and let it simmer just until the cabbage and spinach/kale is cooked to your liking.

It's important that the you don't overcook the cabbage and spinach/kale, as in my case, I'll be scooping it into a bowl and heating it again in the microwave. It's quick to begin with and even quicker to reheat.
Mmmmm this sounds GOOD!! And you could probably roll up some of the hamburger into little meatball like chunks. I'll keep this in mind for the next time I'm craving soup, thanks!
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Mmmmm this sounds GOOD!! And you could probably roll up some of the hamburger into little meatball like chunks. I'll keep this in mind for the next time I'm craving soup, thanks!
When I brown the meat I usually leave it in bite-sized chunks. If it's chopped too fine it gets lost in the "soupy stuff".
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Mmmmm this sounds GOOD!! And you could probably roll up some of the hamburger into little meatball like chunks. I'll keep this in mind for the next time I'm craving soup, thanks!
Grandma used to make tiny meatballs - half ground beef, half -pork, egg, spices, and put those in the soup. It was fun to eat it as a kid.
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Did she brown them first or just drop them into the soup to cook?
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Rosemary, I see your confusion. When I clicked on the links I kept seeing the ads too. Just have to keep scrolling down and there they are.
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Did she brown them first or just drop them into the soup to cook?
As far as I can remember, she didn't brown them in advance. She started the stock boiling, just a gentle boil, then dropped them in one at a time and that preserved the round shape of the meatball. But I can see how if they're browned, they soup would taste better. I should try it that way.
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As far as I can remember, she didn't brown them in advance. She started the stock boiling, just a gentle boil, then dropped them in one at a time and that preserved the round shape of the meatball. But I can see how if they're browned, they soup would taste better. I should try it that way.
I vote for the easy way . . . I think I'll try her little meatballs and just drop them in the soup.
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Rosemary, I see your confusion. When I clicked on the links I kept seeing the ads too. Just have to keep scrolling down and there they are.
I finally noticed . . . sometimes it takes me awhile for to "get a clue".
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