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Based on a picture I saw on an image collection site, "Bird Nests" are cups made of seasoned shredded potatoes and filled with beaten egg and cheese!
I was ready to put it in the oven when I realized I didn't have eggs! Online said, for casseroles, I could use 2-3 tbps of oats, so we'll see what happens.
I also didn't want to shred two sweet potatoes, so I used a bag of pre-shredded white potatoes.
I couldn't find a recipe where chicken was stuffed in a pepper instead of beef, so here we go! Adapted from a Cuban black bean recipe I found in Taste of Home, Feb2011.
I adapted this from the recipe of the same name on AllRecipes *http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/
I wanted to make Mango bread but had no eggs! Turns out very moist and not overly sweet. Dab a small amount of butter on your slice!
Keeps for 2-3 days.
*Added here so I could add the edited version to my meal plan.
Makes about 15 porcupine balls, depending on how big you make the balls!
Loosely based on the Taste of Home recipe, but kind of thrown together with what I had around the house :)
From TasteofHome.com Aug/Sep 2010, in variation.
My version of the Runner's Mag Creamy Cauliflower Mac.
Makes 12-1cup servings, or 24-1/2cup servings.
Taste of Home had a Meatball Sub Casserole recipe in their April/May 2010, but we like to eat healthy and with the original's 650cal - 39gFat - 43gCarb - 29g Pro per serving it was NOT that. So, I altered it to fit our healthier tastes. Please note that the servings are based on the fact that 7 slices of bread fit in my 13x9, and I happened to have 14 meatballs from my 1.3lb of ground turkey. Yours may vary slightly.
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A Mini Meatless version of my Enchilada Casserola!
This is my variation on Enchilada Casser-Ole! from the Taste of Home kitchens!
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Whole Wheat Organic Couscous, with a Reduced Fat Crumbled Feta, a Frozen Spinach.
Lentils are "No Soak" to just toss them in under all the chopped veggies and leave on low for 8-10 hours!
Salmon in a sweet and sour sauce
Roasted game hens in a fruit sauce