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Posted by: GoingNuts
« on: August 21, 2018, 08:23:46 PM »

Broiled  salmon with mustard sauce, basmati rice and salad. Yum.
Posted by: SilverLining
« on: August 21, 2018, 06:57:53 PM »

Since I’m alone for dinner, I decided to make Hawaiian Pizza. Did up a dough, and I guess due to the stormy weather it REALLY raised. I ended up with three pizza (the size of a medium cookie sheet). I considered making one with meat for DS and one with veggie for his friend because they will be getting here later. But that was a lot of work and I just didn’t want to.

Since I’ll have some granddaughters here tomorrow it will be snack for them.
Posted by: Macabre
« on: August 19, 2018, 10:19:58 AM »

Last night we had spinach enchiladas. When DH makes enchiladas, he makes his own salsa verse. I use bottled. DH cooked, so we had a really yummy salsa verde on the enchiladas. 2.5 WW points each!

And we used the Kuners black beans (not refried) with jalapeños. OMG they are simply amazing.
Posted by: becca
« on: August 17, 2018, 06:49:13 PM »

Sounds yummy, Mary!
Posted by: becca
« on: August 17, 2018, 06:48:28 PM »

I did not use a recipe, but, it’s called “crack slaw” on lots of low carb blogs.  I used a 20 oz pack of ground turkey, generously seasoned with ginger and garlic, some soy sauce and rice wine vinegar.  I actually made the sauce with 1/3c low sodium soy sauce, a splash of the vinegar, a few cloves crushed garlic, and maybe 1-2t of ground ginger, and about a T of sweetener(sugar, brown sugar, I used Swerve, which is erithritol).  So, I used about half of that as I sautéed the turkey with some diced onions. I pulled out the turkey, and reduced juices, then added cabbage(2 bags shredded slaw), and the rest of the sauce.  Cook to desired tenderness, add back turkey, a bunch of diced green onion, and some toasted sesame oil.  We ate it straight up, but, this could be done as lettuce wraps, or with some rice.  You could sweeten it up with hoisen sauce,  or add heat with red pepper. 

If you google crack slaw you’ll get ideas for flavors.

Thanks. I'm not a fan of regular cabbage, but will eat nappa cabbage or bok choy or something like that. So I'd sub in one of those.

Napa would totally work.  I’ve used it before for a similar thing.
Posted by: GoingNuts
« on: August 16, 2018, 08:53:38 PM »

You deserve it Mary. Go for it!
Posted by: MaryM
« on: August 16, 2018, 05:55:00 PM »

frozen ravioli - thats about all I have the energy to make.  I bought myself a very nice bottle of pinot noir to go with it, lol.  The wine cost more than the ravioli, sauce, parmesan cheese and half and half I just bought.  But its been that kind of day and I wanted a treat.
Posted by: BensMom
« on: August 16, 2018, 08:59:02 AM »

I did not use a recipe, but, it’s called “crack slaw” on lots of low carb blogs.  I used a 20 oz pack of ground turkey, generously seasoned with ginger and garlic, some soy sauce and rice wine vinegar.  I actually made the sauce with 1/3c low sodium soy sauce, a splash of the vinegar, a few cloves crushed garlic, and maybe 1-2t of ground ginger, and about a T of sweetener(sugar, brown sugar, I used Swerve, which is erithritol).  So, I used about half of that as I sautéed the turkey with some diced onions. I pulled out the turkey, and reduced juices, then added cabbage(2 bags shredded slaw), and the rest of the sauce.  Cook to desired tenderness, add back turkey, a bunch of diced green onion, and some toasted sesame oil.  We ate it straight up, but, this could be done as lettuce wraps, or with some rice.  You could sweeten it up with hoisen sauce,  or add heat with red pepper. 

If you google crack slaw you’ll get ideas for flavors.

Thanks. I'm not a fan of regular cabbage, but will eat nappa cabbage or bok choy or something like that. So I'd sub in one of those.
Posted by: GoingNuts
« on: August 16, 2018, 06:33:58 AM »

I had some leftover hot dogs and sauerkraut, so I made an awesome sauerkraut soup (which will go in the freezer because it's too blasted hot for soup!) with veggies, potatoes, and cut up hot dogs.  Dang, I'm looking forward to Fall!
Posted by: becca
« on: August 15, 2018, 09:17:19 PM »

I did not use a recipe, but, it’s called “crack slaw” on lots of low carb blogs.  I used a 20 oz pack of ground turkey, generously seasoned with ginger and garlic, some soy sauce and rice wine vinegar.  I actually made the sauce with 1/3c low sodium soy sauce, a splash of the vinegar, a few cloves crushed garlic, and maybe 1-2t of ground ginger, and about a T of sweetener(sugar, brown sugar, I used Swerve, which is erithritol).  So, I used about half of that as I sautéed the turkey with some diced onions. I pulled out the turkey, and reduced juices, then added cabbage(2 bags shredded slaw), and the rest of the sauce.  Cook to desired tenderness, add back turkey, a bunch of diced green onion, and some toasted sesame oil.  We ate it straight up, but, this could be done as lettuce wraps, or with some rice.  You could sweeten it up with hoisen sauce,  or add heat with red pepper. 

If you google crack slaw you’ll get ideas for flavors.
Posted by: BensMom
« on: August 15, 2018, 10:54:32 AM »

That might be something we'd like becca. Can you post the recipe, or at least what you did if you didn't follow a recipe?

DH requested bulgogi--I didn't know what it was. But I got a recipe and made it (even went to the Asian market to get properly cut beef) and it was good. And easy. Marinate beef and cook it on the stove. I didn't grill it, but did it in a cast iron pan and it turned out great.
Posted by: becca
« on: August 14, 2018, 07:42:02 PM »

Asian cabbage/ground turkey stir fry.  Yummy!
Posted by: becca
« on: August 13, 2018, 10:16:16 PM »

I had a garden salad with grilled chicken, and balsamic dressing...at Trivia!  Best dinner is one someone else makes!  Cheated by having a cupcake made by Hedgie for dd.  It was a sendoff from trivia.

Planning a cabbage stir fry tomorrow with ground turkey and garlic, ginger, soy flavors.  Burgers for kids.
Posted by: GoingNuts
« on: August 13, 2018, 06:34:26 PM »

A totally lazy, but delicious dinner. 

I needed something really fast, easy and filling since DS is home. Our local kosher market’s butcher makes his own hot dogs, and is trying to market them nationally.  No nitrites, and leaner than most hot dogs.  I expected to be underwhelmed, since I’m a die-hard Boar’s Head fan.  Wowza, I was pleasantly surprised.  They were yummy.  And hot dogs mean sauerkraut! :happydance:

Homemade blueberry ice cream for dessert.   :)    Healthy eating resumes tomorrow.   ;D
Posted by: Macabre
« on: August 13, 2018, 05:28:36 PM »

I made a creamy Asparagus/Leek Soup. 2 WW Points. Yum.