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Posted by: Macabre
« on: October 28, 2019, 12:27:30 PM »

Oh wow. Iím so glad I opened this thread. I donít typically, but that looks amazing, Buttons!
Posted by: buttons
« on: October 28, 2019, 07:08:12 AM »

That sounds deliciousóIím glad you liked it!
Posted by: GoingNuts
« on: October 27, 2019, 06:59:00 PM »

This isnít an IP recipe, but I thought Iíd post it because of the spice combination with cinnamon. The dates melt into the stew, and the spices are warm and layered, and thereís a little heat if you use the chili flakes. Itís not overly sweet.  The cookbook version also suggests serving with green olives. Itís one of my all time favorite recipesóreminds me of a lamb stew my mother used to make when I was a kid. Seems like a common Moroccan spice combo, might pair well with different meats as well.

https://thefirstmess.com/2013/09/26/moroccan-style-vegan-vegetable-chickpea-stew-recipe/
I made this today to have later in the week.  OMG, it is amazing. When I serve it Iíll wilt some spinach in and finish it with some grated lemon, serve over basmati rice. Thanks Buttons!
Posted by: BensMom
« on: October 24, 2019, 04:27:51 PM »

I might try that without the cinnamon. Cinnamon is for breakfast. Unless you're having breakfast for dinner.
Posted by: GoingNuts
« on: October 24, 2019, 02:13:18 PM »

Buttons, that looks amazing!  Iím always looking for good veggie things that I can make in quantity to freeze.  I think Iíll make that this weekend.
Posted by: buttons
« on: October 24, 2019, 12:42:55 PM »

This isnít an IP recipe, but I thought Iíd post it because of the spice combination with cinnamon. The dates melt into the stew, and the spices are warm and layered, and thereís a little heat if you use the chili flakes. Itís not overly sweet.  The cookbook version also suggests serving with green olives. Itís one of my all time favorite recipesóreminds me of a lamb stew my mother used to make when I was a kid. Seems like a common Moroccan spice combo, might pair well with different meats as well.

https://thefirstmess.com/2013/09/26/moroccan-style-vegan-vegetable-chickpea-stew-recipe/
Posted by: BensMom
« on: October 24, 2019, 08:33:17 AM »

Pretty sure garam masala is one of those Indian spices I don't like. And cardamom.
Posted by: Stinky10
« on: October 22, 2019, 12:50:41 PM »

yeah I went more mexican - but that went well with the cumin
you could do a nice garam masala

this was really yummy - and if you are backed up at all - it'll clear that up 
Posted by: BensMom
« on: October 22, 2019, 07:37:02 AM »

Lol, sounds like you made a different recipe with those spice substitutions. I might try it your way. I don't like cinnamon with meat either. I'd just leave the cinnamon out I think. I'm ok with tumeric and since that counts as an Indian spice, dh would be happy. I don't let him cook Indian food because I can't stand the smell of curry and some other spices.
Posted by: GoingNuts
« on: October 21, 2019, 03:59:02 PM »

That looks delish.
Posted by: Stinky10
« on: October 21, 2019, 02:43:10 PM »

This was really delish!   More like a soup

I gave DS a little bit - to see if you like it - he said - it doesn't look like something that I'd like.... hahahahha....he ate a huge bowl of it!

***  I don't like tumeric so I didn't put that in
*** I added the coconut milk after the pressure cooking - I've read that many times so I went with it
*** I added a large handful of cilantro after cooking with the coconut milk
***  I subbed - smoked paprika, white pepper and a touch of Italian seasoning to replace the tumeric and cinnamon (dh doesn't like with meat)

https://www.eatingbirdfood.com/butternut-squash-and-turkey-chili/

INGREDIENTS
1/2 tablespoon olive oil
1 medium onion, diced
4 large garlic cloves, minced
2 teaspoons ground turmeric
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon chili powder
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon sea salt
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper, to taste
1 lb ground turkey
1 medium butternut squash, peeled, seeded and chopped (about 5 cups)
4 cups low-sodium vegetable broth
1 Ė 14 oz can diced tomatoes
1 Ė 14 oz can light coconut milk
1/2 cup dried red lentils, rinsed
3 tablespoons tomato paste
2Ė3 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
1Ė2 cups chopped kale or spinach
chopped cilantro and sliced green onions, for garnish
cooked brown rice or quinoa (optional)

INSTRUCTIONS
PRESSURE COOKER:
Push the sautť/browning/meat button on your pressure cooker. Add oil to the inner pot.
Sautť onion and garlic for 3-5 minutes.
Add ground turkey and cook until brown, about 5-7 minutes. Use a wooden spoon to break up the meat while cooking.
Add spices (turmeric, cumin, chili powder, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, sea salt and pepper) and cook for an additional minute.
Add butternut squash chunks, veggie broth, tomatoes, coconut milk, lentils, tomato paste and apple cider vinegar to the pot.
Place the lid on the pressure cooker, lock lid and make sure the pressure release valve is closed.
Press cancel on the pressure cooker and then press the soup/stew button. The timer should be set to 15-20 minutes.
Once the timer reaches 0, the cooker will switch to keep warm. Carefully switch the pressure release valve to open (I use tongs for this). Once the steam is released, remove the lid and add in chopped kale or spinach. Give the chili a stir and let sit for a couple minutes to allow the greens to wilt.
Portion chili into bowls, top each bowl with fresh cilantro and green onions before serving. You can also serve the chili over brown rice if youíd like.
STOVE TOP:
Add oil to a large pot over medium heat. Add onion and garlic and sautť for 3-5 minutes.
Add ground turkey and cook until brown, about 5-7 minutes. Use a wooden spoon to break up the meat while cooking.
Add spices (turmeric, cumin, chili powder, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, sea salt and pepper) and cook for an additional minute.
Add butternut squash chunks, veggie broth, tomatoes, coconut milk, red lentils, tomato paste and apple cider vinegar to the pot. Stir to combine.
Bring mixture to a boil. Once bubbling, reduce heat to medium and simmer the chili uncovered for about 30-35 minutes, stirring occasionally. Once the butternut squash is fork-tender and the lentils are cooked, reduce heat to low.
Add in kale or spinach, stir to combine and let sit for a couple minutes to allow the greens to wilt.
Portion chili into bowls, top each bowl with fresh cilantro and green onions before serving. You can also serve the chili over brown rice if youíd like.
NOTES
If youíre serving a crowd or just want to extend the servings of the chili you can serve it over brown rice or quinoa. We did this one night and it was delicious!
Inspired and adapted from Oh She Glows.
Category: Lunch/Dinner
Method: Instant Pot
Cuisine: American
NUTRITION
Serving Size: 1/6 of recipe
Calories: 314
Sugar: 9g
Fat: 11g
Carbohydrates: 32g
Fiber: 8g
Protein: 21g

Posted by: SilverLining
« on: September 08, 2019, 10:39:34 AM »

I should try that.

Yesterday I bought a cabbage to make ColeSlaw. It doesnít use much of the cabbage, but canít use the rest to make rolls. So I remembered making this and searched.
Posted by: GoingNuts
« on: September 08, 2019, 07:36:26 AM »

LOL, SL - I do too.  ;D

Last week I made the Mac and Cheese recipe that Becca posted awhile back. I made it in the pot the day before my company came, then popped it in the oven to reheat and brown the top before serving. It was really supposed to be a side dish for the meat eaters and the main dish for my niece, but it was clearly the eveningís biggest hit.  :thumbsup:
Posted by: SilverLining
« on: September 07, 2019, 09:21:25 PM »

I have not tried these unstuffed cabbage rolls. But I plan to.

https://www.simplyhappyfoodie.com/instant-pot-unstuffed-cabbage-rolls/

This was dinner tonight.

I used 2 pounds meat instead of one, but otherwise basically followed the recipe. It was good, but not quite as flavourful as I would have liked. We decided it needs more tomato.

But, the cabbage and rice came out the perfect texture. (I used basmati rice...thatís what I had.)

This is in my pot right now. Used 2 pounds meat again. Added a can of spaghetti sauce as well as the canned tomatoes. Hoping I didnít screw it up. The directions say to add ingredients, stir, then add canned tomatoes on top and do not stir. I added everything and stirred.

Itís still preheating...hope it pressurizes.  :crossed:

Am I the only one that uses FAS as my recipe book?
Posted by: SilverLining
« on: August 13, 2019, 09:25:36 PM »

I did try it. I found it a bit strong. I did like using the ice cubes in soda water. Much better than the flavours you can buy for soda water.