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 Post subject: Rosemary chicken
PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2006 4:01 pm 
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I made this last night for dinner. Bon Apeteite!

4 chicken breast peices

2 tbsp balsamic vinigar

2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil

2tbsp rosemary

salt and pepper

4 cloves garlic chopped
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coat chicken w/ vinegar. season with rosemary salt and pepper . let stand at least 10 minutes.

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Heat skillet over med-high heat w/olive oil. add chicken and garlic. cook 12 minutes or unti juices clear.

I found this to be a savory dish! It's low in saturated fat and has the good fats found in olive oil.


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 Post subject: Rosemary with Chicken
PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2006 10:14 pm 
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I'm thinking we should have a healthing cooking forum....foods to get you healthy and strong - recipes for good livin!!! :)


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Mary S wrote:
I'm thinking we should have a healthing cooking forum....foods to get you healthy and strong - recipes for good livin!!! :)


Sounds like a great idea.

I could always use a new recipe or twenty :)

I have a good recipe for chili too if anyone wants it. It's a bit hot, but not too hot... oh and I cheat just a little with Bush's chili starter. Everyone at work raved about it.


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This is one of my favourites websites....

http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/nutrient.htm

...yes please on chilli!!!

I know Vicki has some great recipes - would love it if she could share!!!


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 Post subject: Mary..
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Will you "host" a new forum for this very interesting topic?Come up with a catchy name and I'll set it up and transfer some of the best posts to it.

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 Post subject: Benz Chili
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1 lb of ground turkey or lean beef

2 10 1\2 oz (sorry no metric) cans of rotel brand diced tomatoes with green chili's (I prefer the ones labeled as hot, but they also offer medium and mild)

2 15 oz cans of chili beans in hot sauce

2 garlic cloves chopped

small onion chopped

can of Bush's chili starter

small can of tomatoe sauce

1 shot of tequilla

2 tbsp of sugar (optional.. but I use it to help with the heat of this chili. The sugar makes it sweet and then it heats up as you eat it. It can be addictive
:) )

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Brown the meat with the garlic and onions. Then add the other ingredients. Let simmer for a couple hours. Take the shot of tequilla. (kidding... put the tequilla in with the chilli)

Enjoy!

PS. It tastes even better the next day.


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Benz this sounds delicious. I love the idea of a shot of tequilla (just 1 shot!) :)


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2006 7:52 pm 
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Ok..
Firstly, I feel that Tomatoes have no business in my chili pot.
Otherwise, it's called "Spicy Marinara"
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Ok..

2 lbs lean or fatty ground beef
1 lbs ground pork
1 lbs ground chicken
5 cups Kidney beans (or if you dislike beans, no problemo, just delete the beans.)
1/2 cup Chili powder
1/2 cup ground cumin
1 large red onion
1 cube of beef stock
2 BULBS of garlic (That's two whole plants folks....I LOVE the schuff)
1 large Anaheim Chili pepper or 3 small Jalapeños will do
Sour Cream
Cheese
Big 'ol bag of Tortilla Chips.


Step 1.

In a bowl bigger than the Red onion, fill with cold water.
Chop the onion into shaves or small cubes and dump into bowl with cold water, then shove into the fridge. (This will take all the bite from the Onion and make it sweet, and this also works for making salads cripsy!

Step 2. In a large bowl, mix the Ground Beef, Pork and Chicken together and mush it up with your hands and spatula. Make sure to clean any items which touches the meat very well and soon afterwards in hot, soapy water to avoid cross contamination.

Step 3. place on high heat, a large stew pot (Cast Iron works best) let the pot become hot, then add the meat and brown on the outside only! Leave it a bit pink.
Turn the heat to low, and add 3 cups of water with Beef stock, and add the 1/2 cup Chili powder
and 1/2 cup ground cumin.

Step 4.Peel and cube All the garlic and chilies. In a separate pan, using a light oil, brown the garlic and chili cubes, then dump into the Chili pot.

Step 5. Stir the Chili for about 1 or 2 hours, (it's basically good after one, but gets a deeper flavor the longer it sits.)
Add the Beans about 20 minutes before you are ready to eat. Add or delete water to taste. (I like mine nice and thick!)

Step. 6.
Scoop out into a bowl and savor the awesome-ness.
Add cheese, Red Onion, Sour cream and Tortilla-Chips (Or put it on Omelets, Hot-Dogs, Burgers, or WHAT-EVEAH! It's ALL GOOD!

Enjoy!

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 Post subject: Wonderful Idea!
PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2006 11:17 pm 
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Oh Mary, Tony and many others will be so happy to see this site up and running. Man, George, you are fast!

I will post a white chili with turkey later this week....very yummy! Man, so many of recipes are in my head and need to be on paper. My daughter asked for an interesting graduations gift: recipes for all of the family favorites I make, that she loves. The kid is on the right track.

Ciao to Chow,
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2006 11:28 pm 
Tonys banned , maybe we can invite him back for some awesome recipes !!!


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Send in as many chili recipes as you can...as long as I can still have that shot of tequilla - it's all good!!!!

Meta - I can't stand beans - I will be making your recipe "sans" beans - woo hoo!! :) :) :)


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 Post subject: Re: Wonderful Idea!
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chef wrote:
Oh Mary, Tony and many others will be so happy to see this site up and running. Man, George, you are fast!

I will post a white chili with turkey later this week....very yummy! Man, so many of recipes are in my head and need to be on paper. My daughter asked for an interesting graduations gift: recipes for all of the family favorites I make, that she loves. The kid is on the right track.

Ciao to Chow,
Vicki



Que?

*White* Chili???
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Mary S wrote:

Meta - I can't stand beans - I will be making your recipe "sans" beans - woo hoo!! :) :) :)


Eeeexcellent!
:lol:

I just realized that in my recipe, I wrote: "If you don't like beans, you can just delete them."

I am such a geek...

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 Post subject: White Chili
PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2006 1:13 am 
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I almost forgot to post this recipe for White Chili

3-4 slices of bacon, diced
1 medium onion, chopped
1 lb of turkey breast meat
small can of green chilis
1 tsp. celery flakes
1/2 tsp. of pepper
1/2 tsp of garlic powder
1 tsp. of salt.
2 cans of Great Northern beans
1/2 cup of sour cream
1/2 grated cheddar cheese

In large skillet, cook bacon down to render fat, add onions and saute till clear. Add turkey and cook till done. Add green chilis and next four dry seasonings, stir in. Add Great Northern Beans and cook for about 15 minutes on simmer, stirring occasionally to keep from sticking. If thick, you can thin with canned chicken broth or made chicken buillion.

Serve in bowl. Sprinkle with cheddar and a spoon full of sour cream.

If too thin, you can either cook down more or thicken with a little cornstarch.

Enjoy!

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