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  1. ****, Woman!! I thought you were going to *provide* a recipe instead of asking for one!!! I saw the subject line and my mouth started watering like Pavlov's dogs!!!
  2. I love Indian food's flavors!! I have your post saved and will try them for sure! Ever since getting on Core I can't get enough of the spicy/flavorful combos like garlic and hot or ginger and garlic. Thanks!!
  3. Keema 1 bunch green onion, chopped 1 fresh jalapeno pepper, seeded and diced 4 teaspoon minced fresh ginger root 4 cloves garlic, minced 2 teaspoons curry powder 1 teaspoon cumin salt to taste 1 cup frozen peas, thawed 1 can diced tomatoes 2 cups diced cooked chicken Saute peppers, onions, garlic and ginger until limp. Add seasonings and stil well. Add peas, tomatoes and chicken and cook covered on low for 15 minutes. Serve over brown rice or cooked bulgur.
  4. Okay, I could live on this stuff. I know, I know, I say that about a lot of our core favorites!! ha ha. I could seriously overeat this. I wonder if this could be a trigger food, and if so, is that a bad thing? Well! I tried it with plain oats being skeptical that it would taste chalky, but it was good.... MY TWIST is to use Core granola in there and let it soften. You guys have to try that, it rocks. Queenie-- I was wondering the same thing? It seems like you're likely to break a tooth with the raw stuff! Carol-- you should post this in the regular Core discussion forum to get more ppl to try this.
  5. Yes indeedy, jalepeno peppers is what I was referring to (seventh ingredient on the list) Too bad about the meat/dairy no-no for you.... the sour cream cools off the spiciness juuuust right (thanks Amy)
  6. This is our all-time favorite, so I had to post it. It is very versatile but if you try the actual base recipe here at least once you'll be very pleased with it. The simplicity of the corn, garlic, and jalepeno has such a blissful flavor. Dirty Rice (Base Recipe) 1 Tbsp. Olive Oil 4 Cloves Garlic, sliced 1 Onion, diced 1 Pkg 97% lean ground beef 4 Cloves of garlic, chopped 4 Ears Bi-color corn, sliced from cob 1 Jalapeño, seecded & diced Salt- to taste Pepper – to taste Onion Powder- to taste (lots) Garlic Powder – to taste (lots) 3 Cups cooked brown rice Heat oil in a large sauté pan. Add onion, garlic and peppers and cook for 1-2 minutes. Add ground beef and seasonings, and cook until no longer pink. Add corn and cook another couple of minutes. Cook rice according to directions. Drain and add to beef. Add more seasonings to taste. Serve topped with FF sour cream This makes lots but freezes well for fast dinners or lunches.
  7. A non-dieting friend of mine got ahold of one of these and asked me to bake him a batch! He said he actually craves these!
  8. The crust recipe came from the Core forums around Thanksgiving time... It might have come from WWCarol, but I'm not sure. I agree, it is WAY good.
  9. Why are people always asking the point value in the Core forums? If you are on Flex you should go through the process to figure it out yourself.
  10. What I find different about this recipe is the fact that it ISN'T made with ground beef. Much more interesting that way. Corn can be added as an extra vegetable. Mexican Beef & Rice 1 pound boneless beef sirloin steak, cut into ½ inch cubes 1 chopped onion 6 cloves garlic, chopped 1 can pinto beans, undrained 1 can Rotel tomatoes, undrained 1 tsp salt ½ tsp black pepper ½ tsp cumin 2 tsp oregano ½ tsp chili powder 1 cube beef boullion Preheat oven to 300 In a dutch oven brown beef in a pan sprayed with pan spray. Add onions and garlic and cook an additional minute. Add all other ingredients and cover. Bake at 300 until beef is tender. Serve over brown rice or whole wheat grains. Serve with FF sour cream.
  11. Whole wheat homemade ravioli!!! With core filling of choice...What a great idea! I used to make pasta when I was in the industry, so I am comfortable with the idea, so all I need now is a roller and I'm good to go! Thanks for the inspiration! I think after experimenting with Italian, I'm going to make what I miss the most---POTSTICKERS!!
  12. Bacon Hominy Scramble 4 pieces Canadian bacon diced very small Pan Spray 2 tsp olive oil 1 can hominy, drained and rinsed 1 small onion, diced 5 eggs Black pepper Cook bacon in pan spray until crispy. It pops, so cover it loosely with foil so it doesn't steam. Remove from heat and set aside. Heat oil in the same pan. Saute onion slightly, then add hominy. Saute until hominy is nicely hot. Season with black pepper. Add eggs and stir to incorporate. Continue to cook as you would for scrambled eggs, stirring constantly on a medium heat until eggs are done. Stir bacon back in. Add more pepper and just a dash of salt if necessary (the bacon and hominy are salty enough) Top with cheese (optional) This makes enough for 2 people, so make sure you have an interested partner, or just halve the recipe. Not just for breakfast.... an EXCELLENT comfort food for when you are sick or cold.
  13. Thanks for posting this, definitely one I'd like to try. Lemon and chicken is always a nice taste to me.
  14. Lentils and Anchovies 1 C Lentils 1 bay leaf 1 C diced onions 4 cloves garlic,minced 1 1oz tin of anchovies Rinse the lentils and cook according to package directions with the bay leaf. In a saute pan, fry the onions and garlic in pan spray. Add anchovies and leave on a low setting until lentils are ready. When lentils are al dente, drain and add to anchovy mixture. This is a great side dish with plain grains, chicken, or eggs.
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