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  • Longing4MauiLonging4Maui Posts: 49Member Member Posts: 49Member Member
    Love the Green Giant frozen riced cauliflower, made a favorite last night. Sautéed shrimp in small amount olive oil, added riced cauliflower and slightly ‘browned’, added two eggs to scramble, teriyaki sauce, diced tomotoes and baby pea pods. Feeds husband and myself and is so delicious and filling. Sometimes I used chicken instead of shrimp.
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,110Member Member Posts: 4,110Member Member
    Nam prik ong from NE Thailand is a great meal for getting lots of veg. Essentially a spicy Sloppy Joe sauce for dipping raw veg into.
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  • BlowPopKissesBlowPopKisses Posts: 1,482Member Member Posts: 1,482Member Member
    Cooking ...... right now in the oven.
    Somethin' my Aunt shared called "Melt in Your Mouth Chicken" (I guess we'll see)
    1 cup of Mayo
    ½ cup of Parmesan cheese
    1 tsp Garlic Powder
    1½ tsp of Seasoning Salt (I used Mrs. Dash)
    ½ tsp of Pepper

    Spread the mixture over your chicken breasts and toss in the over for 45 min's at 375
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    edited September 26
  • BarbaraHelen2013BarbaraHelen2013 Posts: 688Member Member Posts: 688Member Member
    Cooking ...... right now in the oven.
    Somethin' my Aunt shared called "Melt in Your Mouth Chicken" (I guess we'll see)
    1 cup of Mayo
    ½ cup of Parmesan cheese
    1 tsp Garlic Powder
    1½ tsp of Seasoning Salt (I used Mrs. Dash)
    ½ tsp of Pepper

    Spread the mixture over your chicken breasts and toss in the over for 45 min's at 375
    °

    That’s a dish I used to cook some years ago - can’t remember where it came from but we knew it as Parmesan Chicken. The 4 kids (all in their teens) loved it, but after a while my husband admitted he wasn’t as keen so it fell out of popularity.
  • BlowPopKissesBlowPopKisses Posts: 1,482Member Member Posts: 1,482Member Member
    Cooking ...... right now in the oven.
    Somethin' my Aunt shared called "Melt in Your Mouth Chicken" (I guess we'll see)
    1 cup of Mayo
    ½ cup of Parmesan cheese
    1 tsp Garlic Powder
    1½ tsp of Seasoning Salt (I used Mrs. Dash)
    ½ tsp of Pepper

    Spread the mixture over your chicken breasts and toss in the over for 45 min's at 375
    °

    That’s a dish I used to cook some years ago - can’t remember where it came from but we knew it as Parmesan Chicken. The 4 kids (all in their teens) loved it, but after a while my husband admitted he wasn’t as keen so it fell out of popularity.

    @BarbaraHelen2013 That's so neat. My Aunt said she saw it on FB. It was good. It was a lil weird right at 1st just cause it was different, but I really liked it. Might have to spice it up w/some cayenne though.
    Like your hubby, my mom wasn't really a big fan either.
    It's gonna' be a keeper around here though.
  • mjbnj0001mjbnj0001 Posts: 652Member Member Posts: 652Member Member
    Slow cooker chicken cacciatore. Served over veggie pasta. Transitioning from summerstyle "grill-and-salads" entrees.

    Boneless/skinless thighs, green pepper, red onion, fresh sliced mushrooms, no-salt canned crushed tomatoes/tomato sauce, herbs and flavorings. Pretty simple.

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  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,212Member Member Posts: 7,212Member Member
    Took mom to see a doctor no time to cook anything so quick salad with leftover chicken.
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,110Member Member Posts: 4,110Member Member
    Not really a meal, but an experiment because we've got vegetarian houseguests next week. My first seitan stir fry doesn't taste like meat, but sure looks the part. Tastes okay and I like the texture.
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  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,110Member Member Posts: 4,110Member Member
    Snack of dutch bitterballen warmed up in the air fryer from the freezer. These are croquettes made of beef stew, traditionally deep fried from a congealed state and eaten as a bar snack with mustard. I hack the recipe by using tinned stew thickened with extra roux and an envelope of gelatine. I also don't make them in the traditional golf ball shape because cutting a trayful of cubes is quicker.
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  • lx1xlx1x Posts: 15,593Member Member Posts: 15,593Member Member
    Cornish hen and corn..with rice
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  • Squishy_HSquishy_H Posts: 39Member, Premium Member Posts: 39Member, Premium Member
    Honey Garlic Pork Chops
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  • CaliValleyGirlCaliValleyGirl Posts: 618Member Member Posts: 618Member Member
    I steamed some chicken in the air fryer for my lunch tomorrow. If that counts.
  • CaliValleyGirlCaliValleyGirl Posts: 618Member Member Posts: 618Member Member
    Squishy_H wrote: »
    Honey Garlic Pork Chops
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    I drooled
  • Squishy_HSquishy_H Posts: 39Member, Premium Member Posts: 39Member, Premium Member
    Squishy_H wrote: »
    Honey Garlic Pork Chops
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    I drooled

    Thanks :) it was really good. I added some onion to the sauce.

    https://cafedelites.com/easy-honey-garlic-pork-chops/
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,212Member Member Posts: 7,212Member Member
    Tuna burgers, fries and a salad.
  • shunggieshunggie Posts: 917Member Member Posts: 917Member Member
    Grass-fed beef burgers with cheese, roasted brussell sprouts, and a salad.
  • weatherking2019weatherking2019 Posts: 303Member Member Posts: 303Member Member
    Shana tova!
    I made Green Salad (Romain, Cucumbers, Radishes, Shredded carrots, Green onions), Coleslaw(Cabbage, Shredded carrots, Green onions), Fruit salad(Cantaloupe, Red and Green grapes and Pomegranate) to take to the dinner at friends.
  • alteredsteve175alteredsteve175 Posts: 1,759Member Member Posts: 1,759Member Member
    Loaded cauliflower casserole. Roasted cauliflower, bacon, cream cheese, shredded cheddar, salt and pepper. Topped with green onions and sour cream. Quick, easy and delish!
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,212Member Member Posts: 7,212Member Member
    Home made sausage hot dogs with a salad.
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