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Old 07-05-2007, 11:29 AM   #91
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This is one of my own creation. I don't care for a lot of sauce or cheese on my foods in general, and I prefer a lighter flavor and texture. I also love to cook with fish. This dish has kind of a "provencal" flavor and it takes about 5 minutes to prep before baking. My whole family loves it.

Ingredients:
Tilapia filets
pre-sliced mushrooms (1 package)
fresh diced garlic, oilive oil, parmasean cheese

Directions:

Place the tilapia fliets in a baking dish and drizzle 1-2 TBSP olive oil on top.
Sprinke garlic on top of fish and cover with the mushrooms and sprinkle of parmasean.
Bake at 350 for 30-40 minutes, depending on the thickness of the filets.

This has a wonderful flavor due to the garlic and mushrooms. I also like to add zuccini and some sliced tomatoes. Olives might be nice, too, although I have never tried it that way.
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Old 07-05-2007, 04:28 PM   #92
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Fried Bologna

Bologna
LC BBQ sauce (Like KC Masterpiece Classic)

Cut bologna into strips and fry in LC bbq sauce. Eat with a fork!


Chicken tenders

Roll chicken in beaten egg and roll in Parmesan cheese (green can) and fry.


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I made this today - VERY yummy and not dry at all.

4 to 5lb turkey breast (thawed) (I got mine at Sam's in the frozen meat section - over by the frozen burgers and chicken wings)
Two 10.5 ounce cans cream of mushroom soup
Two 6.5 ounce cans of mushrooms (drained)
Spices to taste (I use salt, pepper, onion powder and garlic powder)

Put the turkey breast in your crockpot skin side up. Season breast. Pour in the mushrooms and mushroom soup (I made sure some soup stayed on the turkey to help flavor it and keep it from drying out). Season soup. Put the lid on and set for 10 hours on low heat.

The mushroom soup turns in to a pretty good gravy, does not need thickening.
I did this with a pork loin today and it turned out very good!!
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Old 07-05-2007, 09:15 PM   #94
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I made this today - VERY yummy and not dry at all.

4 to 5lb turkey breast (thawed) (I got mine at Sam's in the frozen meat section - over by the frozen burgers and chicken wings)
Two 10.5 ounce cans cream of mushroom soup
Two 6.5 ounce cans of mushrooms (drained)
Spices to taste (I use salt, pepper, onion powder and garlic powder)

Put the turkey breast in your crockpot skin side up. Season breast. Pour in the mushrooms and mushroom soup (I made sure some soup stayed on the turkey to help flavor it and keep it from drying out). Season soup. Put the lid on and set for 10 hours on low heat.

The mushroom soup turns in to a pretty good gravy, does not need thickening.

I did this with a pork loin today and it turned out very good!!
I made this with chicken breast one day and loved it then froze the leftovers. Well I took it down over the weekend and put slices of swiss cheese over this and baked it til the cheese was all bubbly. OMG! Talk about amazing!
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Old 07-06-2007, 11:03 AM   #95
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Stir Fry Chili Garlic Chicken

1. Chicken Breast Strips
2. Chili-Garlic Sauce (usually near the asian/soy sauce at the grocery store)
3. Broccoli

Just put a little vegetable oil in a pan, add chicken till its brown, add sauce, stir, add broccoli and stir until chicken and broccoli is done.

not sure if you can freeze it but its simple and quick to make.


Pete........thank you for this recipe! It was DELICIOUS
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Salmon sauce:

Equal parts mayo and sour cream (I usually do half a cup of each)
Lime Juice (a squirt or two...)
Tons of fresh dill, chopped. (a handful, dried works too, but add more)

Mix and spread over salmon while it grills. It cooks nicely and gets crunchy around the edges.
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Old 07-06-2007, 04:06 PM   #97
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Crock pot Rotisserie Chicken

1 whole chicken
Spray olive oil
Lawry's seasoned salt

Ball up aluminum foil and put in bottom of crock pot. Place seasoned chicken on top. Cook 4-6 hours.

Goofy question for ya, these balls are supposed to be how big? Golf ball size? Wanna make this tomorrow.
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Old 07-06-2007, 04:19 PM   #98
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Old 07-06-2007, 06:21 PM   #99
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Goofy question for ya, these balls are supposed to be how big? Golf ball size? Wanna make this tomorrow.
I didn't post it, but I make them big enough to hold up the chicken but allow the chicken fat to drip down below the bird. I guess it would depend on the size of your crock.... and I'd cook it on high.....
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Old 07-06-2007, 11:41 PM   #101
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I used the balls, once, and my balls were too big and I could barely fit the lid on the crockpot!

I need smaller balls, next time!
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Got the bird in the crock pot. My balls seem to be just right.
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Got the bird in the crock pot. My balls seem to be just right.
Glad to hear it! You should have a great chicken then!
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Old 07-07-2007, 06:03 PM   #104
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My husband goes fishing alot and since we have been low carbing, we frequently do this recipe with fish to bake it:

top with oil/vinegar and italian seasoning and bake --we used to use bottled italian dressing

or top with parmesan cheese with any seasoning of your choice and bake -we like Old Bay

They are both delish!!!
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Old 07-07-2007, 07:38 PM   #105
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I really love to bake fish that way. Lately, I use some butter on the fillets and then sprinkle some dill on top. Oh, it's just so good. If you spray the pan first or line it with foil and then spray, the clean up is much easier.
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Thanks for all the fish ideas, I've never really found a way to cook them that I like other than frying... so I'll give these a try
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Parmesan Ranch Chicken

oh... I just made me and my husband's favorite chicken tonight and realized it's a 3 ingredient recipe... so here goes

Ingredients:
  • boneless, skinless chicken breast tenders
  • parmesan cheese (green can)
  • Ranch Dressing Dry mix (in dressing aisle)

Mix parmesan w/ranch mix to taste (depends on amount of chicken used. About a 1c parmesan to 1/2 pack of mix ratio for me).
Wet tenders with some water and roll in mix to coat very well.
Place on baking sheet covered with foil for easy clean up. I usually put any leftover mix on top of the chicken, the more the better.
Bake at 425 for about 10 mins or until cooked through. Try and catch them as soon as they are done so that they are super moist.
So good... yumyum
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Old 07-11-2007, 10:17 AM   #108
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This is going to sound weird, but we love it!

tilapia fillets
oil
beef fajita seasonings

Brush the fillets with oil then sprinkle fajita seasonings. Grill indoors or outside. AWESOME.
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Boil up a chicken. Throw the skin away. Shred the meat. Fry it til crisp in butter with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Easy! Plus, homemade chicken broth for later use.
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Bok Choy Soup

1 small bunch bock choy loosely chpped including leaves
2 green onions finely chopped

saute in butter until just tender and add to 24 ounces of chicken broth, simmer gently.

Wonderful for those days you want something light or the tummy is icky.
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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.
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I wanna toot my horn and ask that this become a post it... oh wait, its sticky isn't it? lol... I was thinking post it notes just then... but how about it.

There are a lot of genius ideas on here and its nice to have a steady menu, but to know that I can come in and change it up too so that things are different month to month.

my absolute fave dish on this thread though, has to go to the chile roast beef. OMG, I will never make a roast any different from that ever again!
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I wanna toot my horn and ask that this become a post it... oh wait, its sticky isn't it? lol... I was thinking post it notes just then... but how about it.

There are a lot of genius ideas on here and its nice to have a steady menu, but to know that I can come in and change it up too so that things are different month to month.

my absolute fave dish on this thread though, has to go to the chile roast beef. OMG, I will never make a roast any different from that ever again!
I kept looking through the recipes and I can't seem to find the one for Chile Roast Beef. Probably just my eyes playing tricks on me..lol..but could you repost it for me? That sounds great!
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Chili Mac (one of our favorite fast meals, even for our young kids)

Dreamfields elbows, cooked
1 large can chili without beans
velvetta chunks to taste

heat all ingredients and stir, it is also good we found out if you have some leftover grilled hamburgers cut up in it and hotdogs too!
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I heart this thread.



Blue Cheese Tenderloins

4 beef tenderloin steaks, cut 1-inch thick
4 tsp. crumbled blue cheese
2 TBSP sour cream



Broil tenderloins for 4-6 minutes per side. Top loins with mixture of blue cheese and sour cream - broil for a couple more minutes,a nd done.
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Chicken taco meat
4 skinless boneless chicken breasts
1 package taco seasoning
1 can rotel tomatoes

place in crockpot cook all day

shred. use in tacos burritos enchilada salads etc great hot or cold
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Barbecued Meats (Chicken, Beef, Pork, Etc.)

Recipe By: Southern U.S. Cuisine (crockpot collection) at htt
Serving Size: 0
Cuisine:
Main Ingredient:
Categories: Poultry, Pork, Beef

-= Ingredients =-
1 cut up chicken, beef chunks, pork pieces
or just any meat you may want to use
1 bottle your favorite barbecue sauce
Seasoning to your liking
1 large onion ; cut into chunks

-= Instructions =-
Place seasoned meats or chicken in crockpot. Pour barbecue sauce over and chunk up the onion. Cover and cook until done -- about 8 hours on LOW. Serve with what ever your family likes best.

Variation: You may add a bottle of sweet and sour sauce to it also.

This recipe yields ?? servings.
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Tecnokitty- You know what? I think I got this one confused. I found that recipe on the crockpot thread, now that I'm thinking about it. Its still only 3 ingredients so I'll post it. Yup, I did, here it is....

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green chile roast

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2-l3lb beef or pork roast (I think beef is best)
1 can of rotel tomatoes with green chiles
1-2 can of chopped green chiles
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cook all ingredients in crockpot on low for about 8-10 hrs.

Shred meat and serve with low carb tortillas and sour cream

yummy!
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I like to do two things with hot dogs. First one:
Cut up hot dogs, put in iron skillet with bbq sauce. Cook until hot dogs are crispy and sauce is somewhat carmelized.
Other one is:
Cut up hot dogs, fry in iron skillet just to get hot. Pour a can of sauerkraut over them. Fry that until kraut gets really done. Almost burnt. YUMMMM.
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Tecnokitty- You know what? I think I got this one confused. I found that recipe on the crockpot thread, now that I'm thinking about it. Its still only 3 ingredients so I'll post it. Yup, I did, here it is....



This recipe is AWESOME! Thank you CChavez!
Thanks! I am going to make this as soon as possible as it sounds delish. We are in the middle of a move so my crock pots are packed or I would make it tonight!
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