Oread the Lone Lupine type Meals etc.
22 Recipes Created by OREAD_1
Hunter in the BTD. For one person with my "gluten-casein free; complex medical issue diet. Hope it is helpful.
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make it for a topping and use immediately. The times estimate 1 min. for measuring and the other 4 Min's. to stir it. Approximately. It lasts long enough to make it and then serve it with whatever. It is not intended as a sauce to put aside for later. Submitted by OREAD_1
Cookbook creator says: The measurement: just can't do the math. So if it is easy for you here are the stats as I see them. Total volume is 9 T. one pinch is 1/16th of a teaspoon. So the yield is ? So how many pinches in this recipe? Help...I get math brain freeze. Can't be much per serving.Submitted by OREAD_1
I love the flavor of hot oil in many things. I just don't have the membranes that can tolerate them. Also instead of adding a pepper to a dish and forgetting it until it is too late I just add a few drops to the cooking oil. Leave it longer for more heat. The same method is use to make Annatto oil that gives a lovely orange yellow color to Mexican cooking. Submitted by OREAD_1
I made "ice" cubes equal to 2 T. each. I did add to the Tonoto sauce recipe and it did seem more like a real Tomato sauce, but it may be cuz it has been so long since I had tomatoes. Put them in a zip bag in the freezer to use as needed. Very bright and sweet like tomato paste.Submitted by OREAD_1
Cookbook creator says: I used red pepper (chili) and great northern beans. Yummy with blanched broccoli stems and Gluten free crackers. Jicama would be good too.
(not this time One quarter cup applesauce.) not yet.
change the flour to 1.5 cups
change the ghee to 1/4 cup
Didn't whipped the eggs would be better if I did, but taste is good.
change to plain Splenda needed more sweet (anded about 3 T Splenda bsb) add more plain splenda.Submitted by OREAD_1
A quick meal from an individual frozen breast. and canned beans and trader joe's Papaya Mango Salsa (this can be substituted with a recipe that is on this site, it also is lower in salt)
Zoned HunterSubmitted by OREAD_1