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Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
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RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
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molson  Wrote: (11-30-2020 01:23 AM)
I'm gonna make Shepherd's Pie tonight. I have a craving for it, maybe because I haven't made it since last spring or winter. Simple fare and easy to make.



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I thought about making that as well today, with the leftover mashed potatoes. However, then I thought about how potatoes are almost solely responsible for making me fat. And I went for the ground beef and wild rice/root veg casserole that I concocted on my own in the ninja foodi, and I must say... one of my top five favorite creations of ALL TIME!

Almost wish I wasn't sharing it.


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RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
There is also a considerable amount of finely minced kale mixed in.. all that stuff sauteed with garlic and olive oil.. it's like.. "mom's secret veggie revenge casserole" because you can't even tell that you're getting your dark leafy greens. Seriously!


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Post: #33
RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
Jinjur  Wrote: (11-30-2020 01:25 AM)
molson  Wrote: (11-30-2020 01:23 AM)
I'm gonna make Shepherd's Pie tonight. I have a craving for it, maybe because I haven't made it since last spring or winter. Simple fare and easy to make.



(web pic)


[Image: GlHGeIF.jpg]

I thought about making that as well today, with the leftover mashed potatoes. However, then I thought about how potatoes are almost solely responsible for making me fat. And I went for the ground beef and wild rice/root veg casserole that I concocted on my own in the ninja foodi, and I must say... one of my top five favorite creations of ALL TIME!

Almost wish I wasn't sharing it.


chuckle

I don't think I could get by without potatoes. I intend to pour beef gravy over the pie once plated, too. chuckle
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RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
molson  Wrote: (11-30-2020 01:30 AM)
Jinjur  Wrote: (11-30-2020 01:25 AM)
I thought about making that as well today, with the leftover mashed potatoes. However, then I thought about how potatoes are almost solely responsible for making me fat. And I went for the ground beef and wild rice/root veg casserole that I concocted on my own in the ninja foodi, and I must say... one of my top five favorite creations of ALL TIME!

Almost wish I wasn't sharing it.


chuckle

I don't think I could get by without potatoes. I intend to pour beef gravy over the pie once plated, too. chuckle

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RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
Jinjur  Wrote: (11-30-2020 01:28 AM)
There is also a considerable amount of finely minced kale mixed in.. all that stuff sauteed with garlic and olive oil.. it's like.. "mom's secret veggie revenge casserole" because you can't even tell that you're getting your dark leafy greens. Seriously!


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I think I have bought kale maybe five times in my life. It has always gone bad in the fridge and got tossed because I never knew what to do with it. Anon
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RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
molson  Wrote: (11-30-2020 01:37 AM)
Jinjur  Wrote: (11-30-2020 01:28 AM)
There is also a considerable amount of finely minced kale mixed in.. all that stuff sauteed with garlic and olive oil.. it's like.. "mom's secret veggie revenge casserole" because you can't even tell that you're getting your dark leafy greens. Seriously!


chuckle

I think I have bought kale maybe five times in my life. It has always gone bad in the fridge and got tossed because I never knew what to do with it. Anon

It's not my FAVORITE dark green leafy veg either, but my oldest LOVES it, and would implore me on many nights to trim up the kale leaves, coat them with olive oil and sea salt and bake kale chips for her. It goes REALLY quickly when you use it like that.

And OH SO TRENDY! For when you're having that "Millennial Moment."

chuckle

https://www.forageddish.com/blog/2017/4/...kale-chips

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RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
Jinjur  Wrote: (11-30-2020 01:42 AM)
molson  Wrote: (11-30-2020 01:37 AM)
I think I have bought kale maybe five times in my life. It has always gone bad in the fridge and got tossed because I never knew what to do with it. Anon

It's not my FAVORITE dark green leafy veg either, but my oldest LOVES it, and would implore me on many nights to trim up the kale leaves, coat them with olive oil and sea salt and bake kale chips for her. It goes REALLY quickly when you use it like that.

And OH SO TRENDY! For when you're having that "Millennial Moment."

chuckle

https://www.forageddish.com/blog/2017/4/...kale-chips

I have heard of kale chips but never tried yet. I see in the pics there is plenty of coarse sea salt on them, maybe I could get into that. Amazon just delivered 2 lbs. of coarse pink Himalayan salt and 1 lb. of black peppercorns today. When I'm not working I spend so much money that I'm not earning, it's ridiculous. I'm going back to work tomorrow so that I don't bankrupt myself.
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RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
Homemade pizza night 5
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-30-2020 02:04 AM)
Homemade pizza night 5

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Post: #40
RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
molson  Wrote: (11-30-2020 02:06 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-30-2020 02:04 AM)
Homemade pizza night 5

:thumbup

I'm finally a fùckin' pro at dough, after a few years of practice. I used to have trouble launching because the dough was too sticky, but I now have a feel for it. I also launch with a wood peel and retrieve with a metal one.

I've fùcked a number of pizzas up, but now got it downchuckle
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RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
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molson  Wrote: (11-30-2020 02:06 AM)
:thumbup

I'm finally a fùckin' pro at dough, after a few years of practice. I used to have trouble launching because the dough was too sticky, but I now have a feel for it. I also launch with a wood peel and retrieve with a metal one.

I've fùcked a number of pizzas up, but now got it downchuckle

I still have a problem with rolling out the dough. I move it out two inches and it comes back an inch and a half. Takes me way too long to get two pizzas ready for topping.

chuckle
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Post: #42
RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
Felt like trying something new.
It's now my favorite !
Coconut marinade/sauce
When baking boneless chicken or
leftover white turkey, try adding this >
. minced garlic clove or two
.chopped onion
. minced tsp fresh ginger
.a red chili or two
. tsp turmeric
.salt + pepper
. tsp lemon rind
.tsp ground coriander
. tbl sp brown sugar
.2 tbl sp white vinegar
. 4 lime leaves
.can of coconut milk (I used reduced fat)
Mix put it all in a pan and bake as usual
enjoy Smileyhungry
It goes well with Green Beans, Baked in the same
pan.
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RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
Ducky  Wrote: (11-30-2020 02:22 AM)
Felt like trying something new.
It's now my favorite !
Coconut marinade/sauce
When baking boneless chicken or
leftover white turkey, try adding this >
. minced garlic clove or two
.chopped onion
. minced tsp fresh ginger
.a red chili or two
. tsp turmeric
.salt + pepper
. tsp lemon rind
.tsp ground coriander
. tbl sp brown sugar
.2 tbl sp white vinegar
. 4 lime leaves
.can of coconut milk (I used reduced fat)
Mix put it all in a pan and bake as usual
enjoy Smileyhungry
It goes well with Green Beans, Baked in the same
pan.

I wouldn't know where to get lime leaves. Recipe sounds good though.
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Post: #44
RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
molson  Wrote: (11-30-2020 02:24 AM)
Ducky  Wrote: (11-30-2020 02:22 AM)
Felt like trying something new.
It's now my favorite !
Coconut marinade/sauce
When baking boneless chicken or
leftover white turkey, try adding this >
. minced garlic clove or two
.chopped onion
. minced tsp fresh ginger
.a red chili or two
. tsp turmeric
.salt + pepper
. tsp lemon rind
.tsp ground coriander
. tbl sp brown sugar
.2 tbl sp white vinegar
. 4 lime leaves
.can of coconut milk (I used reduced fat)
Mix put it all in a pan and bake as usual
enjoy Smileyhungry
It goes well with Green Beans, Baked in the same
pan.

I wouldn't know where to get lime leaves. Recipe sounds good though.
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Post: #45
RE: Whutz 4 dinner 2nite?
molson  Wrote: (11-30-2020 02:20 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-30-2020 02:16 AM)
I'm finally a fùckin' pro at dough, after a few years of practice. I used to have trouble launching because the dough was too sticky, but I now have a feel for it. I also launch with a wood peel and retrieve with a metal one.

I've fùcked a number of pizzas up, but now got it downchuckle

I still have a problem with rolling out the dough. I move it out two inches and it comes back an inch and a half. Takes me way too long to get two pizzas ready for topping.

chuckle


I roll it and stretch it, it takes some practice and finesse but I can do it quickly now.. then let it get a bit dry on the top side while it rises a bit more.. then flip it onto the wood peel and add sauce/toppings to the moist bottom side.

I've experimented with par baking but I've found that it's not necessary with a hot enough oven and pizza stone..
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