Rick's Daily Cooking
30 Recipes Created by RKRAUSE1
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Add all cans of tomatoes to pressure cooker but the paste. Add salt, pepper, garlic powder and Italian seasoning to taste. Use immersion blender in pot, blend down tomatoes to a watery base. Add chicken lock lid and bring to pressure, Cook for 8 minutes at high pressure. Allow pressure to release by natural method. Take chicken out of pot, add paste blend again with heat on high for around 3-4 minutes straight allowing some of the water to evaporate, and sauce to thicken. Pull chicken from bone and add to sauce pot bring cooking temp to simmer and allow to simmer low while gnocchi to cook.
To cook Gnocchi: Bring water to boil in another pot add gnocchi till they float. Remove from heat and drain from water.
Place 55 grams of gnocchi on plate.
Cover with 3.7 oz of chicken and sauce and serve.
Submitted by RKRAUSE1
In a large sauce pan add sugar, syrup, and water. bring to a boil stiring constantly. Once all sugar is melted turn off heat and let stand till all other ingredients are ready. To a large bowl add Oats,berries, and then heated syrup. Mix to combine and moisten, let cool slightly and then add chocolate chips, mix all together slightly.
Spread on a cookie sheet sprayed over lightly with spray butter flavored cooking spray. Place in pre-heated 200-250 degee oven stirring every 15 Minutes for 2 hoursSubmitted by RKRAUSE1
Wine, lemons and mushrooms flavor this chicken recipe the lower-salt and lower-fat way.
Good comfort food - espicially in the fall and winter months. You don't need a side dish for this one, it's a one pot meal. Serve with a fruity jello topped with light whipped cream for desert.Submitted by BUDGETMOM
Leftover cooked chicken is great for this. Substitute homemade flour tortillas if desired. These are very rich. I recommend a simple salad of shredded lettuce, tomatoes, corn, jalapenos and salsa topped with a dollop of plain yogurt on the side. Follow with coconut macaroons for desert.Submitted by BUDGETMOM