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I started to make fajitas, but the weather was cold--it ended up being soup/stew.
When I was in Zimbabwe last year, I tried a delicious dish that was slow-cooked in a three-legged cast iron pot over coals. The dish took an entire day to cook, and the meat came out very tender, with a rich gravy. The Potjiekos I ate in Victoria Falls was made with kudu (an antelope-type of animal), carrots, and potatoes. There may have been onion in there as well. I made my own version--using beef stew meat--in my Crock-Pot. It is delicious!
This was a dish that I put together with odds and ends in the refrigerator--it turned out to be really delicious! In fact, it was so good that I had a hard time stopping at one serving. I will definitely make this again!
Kraft's Fantasy Fudge (the way my granny used to make it), but low-carbed
This was a spur of the moment, what do I have in the fridge recipe. It turned out pretty well.
This recipe is unleavened--for the Spring holy days. This recipe is only low-carb compared to regular pound cake. This one is 25nC rather than 45nC--Betty Crocker).
A friend from Mexico taught me how to make this. She didn't give me a recipe, but she had me watch her make it. The cinnamon adds a nice twist to the sauce. I was able to 'low-carb' it by substituting truvia for the sugar she normally used.
In the last year, I've become violently allergic to wheat. I often make the Atkins MiM (in many different flavors), so I thought I'd make one that will work for a Reuben sandwich. This will!
Chuy's Panchos--no beans, no tortilla chips
Low-carb mock "corn" bread muffins...inspired by a recipe posted on "www.stuffImakemyhusband..."