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Recipes I've Shared:
Just what it says.
A mostly-meat chili with minimal beans.
My basic sauteed mushrooms
Marinade for flank steak, et al.
Canned chili fixins for the crock pot.
Mashed taters with seasoned cream cheese and spices.
Basic simmered-and-baked Publix™ smoked semi-boneless ham with sucralose blend glaze.
Meat salad made from simmered spareribs (from bone broth).
Homemade bone broth.
Fried lotus root chips
Mushroom saute with veggies
Tasty citrus candy, fondly remembered from grove stores. It's a LOT of work! but worth it.
So far, NOT diabetic-friendly (only because of the almond bark - the rinds would be fine by themselves).
Carol's glazed Smithfield ham
Homemade pot pie with corn muffin topping.
A lemon chicken that's baked instead of breaded and fried.
Dip for shrimp, crab, lobster, etc.
Fresh strawberries sweetened with a bit of sucralose.
Yummy pork rib tips in a homemade BBQ sauce.
Mushrooms stuffed with cream cheese mixture.
Very simple no-cook cake. Sort of like an Oreo cookie roll.
Cordon Bleu made with chicken thighs instead of breasts.
This is a basic filler for oriental rolls - gyoza (potstickers), lumpia, spring or egg rolls, wontons.
Values may be inexact because some ingredients listed are for prepared version (ie, soup/dip mixes).
Cream of potato soup made with mashed potato mix.
Lasagne made with almond pasta
Handed down from Mom's friend Lorraine.
Very good. Easy. Not too sweet.
Bone broth from a Li'l Butterball carcass with giblets.
NUTRITIONAL DATA IS ESTIMATED (probably higher than actual). Some values come from USDA listings.
...but it always changes!
Nut combo sans peanuts
Homemade bone broth from rib roast bones; meat portion estimated
Oven roasted bottom round (rump, tri-tip, eye round) with a savory rub.
Seasoned canned beets.
Title says it all.
Marzetti Spinach dip diluted by about half with mayonnaise.
Title pretty much sums it up.
The basic roast; the sweetener doesn't make it "sweet" - it just counteracts the bitterness of the walnut skin.
The basic mix.
My standard egg salad.
Gluten-free cashew butter cookies.
Quick soupmix based combination-meat loaf
I love these as a side or topping sauce, and will also eat it as a main entree.
Although I chose "appetizers" for a category, we eat these as an entree with soup and salad. The stuffing is mostly meat, so it's filling!
Apples make a sweet addition!
The classic pigs-in-blankets, but made with mini cheddar sausages. Party platter favorite!
This is my (minor) variation of the bacon creation concocted by a couple of competition BBQ guys - you can find it online at several sites now. It may be called a "Bacon Explosion", "Bacon Bomb", "Bacon Quilt", or some other name I haven't heard of yet. Many pictures of the process and the finished product are on the 'net.
While it has lots of bacon, and you'd expect it to be oily, it's NOT! All the bacon renderings drip away during cooking. Fear not. Really ;-)
It's sure to create interest and conversation at any gathering. You can cook it as recommended, on a grill, or (as I do) in the oven.
My ingredient list for the recipe calculator is approximate. Exact amounts will vary by your taste.
Makes a tasty souffle. It's a nice way to use up leftover squash, too.
Nice flavor for roasted lamb.
We like mild chili; you may want to increase the "heat" a bit in your version!
My favorite easy go-to chicken recipe.
A nice cozy soup for chilly days.
Recipes I've Rated:
- Black Beans and Brown Rice
- Easy Homemade Nutella (Chocolate Nut Butter)
- Kitchen Basics: Creamy Herb Dressing
- Roasted Buckwheat Breakfast Cereal
- Buckwheat Crepes
- Apple-Cinnamon Slow Cooker Oatmeal
- Tahini-Lemon Dressing
- Mini Cheesecakes
- Vegetable Beef Soup
- Vegetable Risotto
- Tangy Tuna Salad Sandwich
- Super Speedy Sausage Rolls
- Honey Garlic Pork Chops
- Cherry Berry Oatmeal Cookies