Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Posted by SweetMissMagnolia at 1:22 PM
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Posted by SweetMissMagnolia at 9:39 AM
Saturday, April 7, 2012
Please excuse my "square" eggrolls and the cute little easter plate!
No matter how hard I try,I just can NOT roll a pretty little eggroll. I've tried several different folding techniques,but this way works the best for me.This is a TRIED AND TRUE recipe I grew up with. My sister got it from a lady she worked with when I was a teenager.
ground meat (chicken/turkey/beef/pork)
Newman's Own Low Fat Sesame Ginger salad oil
Melt a few tsp of coconut oil in a pan and cook the ground meat until done**I added a splash or two of the teriyaki sauce and the Sesame Ginger Oil--drain--add cabbage and meat in a large bowl and stir to mix together well--add in whatever other shredded veggies you want (I would add shredded carrots but I'm allergic)--**I also added a few splashes of the Sesame Ginger Oil in with the cabbage--place about a TBS of mixture onto your eggroll wrapper and wrap-making sure to seal the edges with a dab of water--place on a baking sheet and spritz with a touch of cooking spray--bake in a 450* oven until they are brown--about 20mins turning them over at about 10mins--serve with your favorite dipping sauce--I used a little pineapple preserves,coconut oil,and teriyaki sauce.
Posted by SweetMissMagnolia at 4:20 PM
I had planned on making another batch of the chicken "white chili" I made a few weeks ago,but ended up not adding the spices,so it was just chicken soup,I guess.
No recipe,really,I just kind of put it all together--spinach,ground chicken,cannellini beans.
I picked up a few zucchini at the store the other day after seeing a recipe for zucchini potato pancakes.I made them for breakfast this morning. They were really good-wish I would have had some apple sauce to top them with.I used this recipe from FOOD NETWORK. The husband can be wary of some of the recipes I try sometimes,so he was less than enthusiastic when I mentioned it this morning. I got one of those wrinkled up nose "say what?" looks. Since it didn't sound like he was going to try them,I got things ready to freeze them.By the time I made it into the kitchen,he was working on his second one! "These are good" was the response. SHEESH! When will he learn this mama doesn't make bad food! (Just don't ask about the peanut sauce I tried a few years ago-that did NOT turn out!)
Posted by SweetMissMagnolia at 1:08 PM