this is a recipe from the company's coming christmas book. i haven't tried it yet, but i think it would be good as a main course meal.
using another of my _and why did i buy this_ ingredients - media cream, this recipe was shamelessly borrowed from _daisy cooks_ as in daisy martinez. media crema is sold in cans and found in the ethnic aisle of your grocery. it contains 40 calories and
mushrooms with a hint of curry, combined with creamy sliced avocado, produce an unusual but interesting dish. you should be able to detect the curry, but it shouldn't be searingly hot, so adjust the amount as necessary. this is a 'crustless' quiche and is
my sister brooke made this for me while visiting recently! not being a big fan of red meat, this was absolutely the best steak. she served it with oven fries and a salad. made for a perfect dinner just us girls.
an answer to leftover turkey, this chili makes a good buffet dish for your winter football get-togethers. you may use green chilies in place of poblano chilies; however, the flavor and color of poblano chilies are superior. from the ultimate low-fat mexic
flavor, flavor, flavor! from good deal with dave lieberman.good deal dave!this may be cooked in a crockpot. the ale in this may be replaced by chicken or vegetable broth. you may also use chicken legs and wings instead of turkey.
quick, easy lunch. the original recipe was low carb, but for those not watching their carbs, this turkey also makes a great sandwich with some of the aioli spread on bread along some lettuce and cheese.
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