Recipe and pictures by Wendy S. Trudeau.
Cooking appliance used: electric skillet.
Tonight's dinner cooked all in electric skillet first boil water add noodles when noodles done to your liking drain. Put stick of butter in pan (yes whole stick ) add cut op cabbage cook for about 10 minutes then add cut up kielbasa cook about another 10 minutes then add noodles, garlic powder (I use roasted ) and ground pepper if you like salt you may add also cook about another 10 minutes and eat
Recipe and picture by Ron Nikirk.
Cooking appliance used: Aroma 3 in 1.
Todays special at The T2D Café : Chicken Athena. Cooked in the Aroma 3in1. Being adventuress today because I never cooked anything Greek before. I enjoyed it very much. For the olives, I picked up some bulk olives and feta cheese at Safeway and added about a dozen of them in the Aroma. Next time I'll double that and then add the feta cheese in the last half hour. Instead I used the rest as a side dish this time. Maybe add some string beans next time also. as a side dish.
• 2 Chicken Breast
• 2 tbsp chopped, Shallots
• 2 tbsp(s), Tomatoes - Sun-dried (No oil)
• 1 clove, Garlic chopped
• 2 tbsp., Balsamic Vinegar
• 1 Lemon juice
• 0.50 Tub, Greek Olives and Feta
Set Aroma to STS mode
Brown both sides of chicken.
Add everything else.
Switch to slow cook. Cook for 1 1/2hr
18 carbs for meal.
Recipe and picture by Amy Panzera.
Cooking appliance used: Ninja 3 in 1.
Canned biscuits baked in the ninja, frozen hash brown patties and egg, in the ninja, and cheese ( I like ketchup on mine)
I bought canned biscuits and baked them in the baking pan that the ninja comes with. Set the pan inside the wire rack, inside the ninja and bake at suggested temperature. I just keep an eye on them. They take longer than the suggested time...usually about 15 mins then i flip them so both sides get golden sometimes i flip them an additional time just until both sides look golden enough for me.
Recipe and picture by Marvin Colbert.
Cooking appliance used: Toaster oven or lunchbox.
1.This chicken dice into smaller pieces
2. Crust: hamburger buns pressed down slightly not to thin
3.sauce: Bbq sauce packets , honey, season to taste
4.Slice of mozzarella. I had a few pieces of red onion. I added topped with parsley and Walla! !!!!! This has been another. Submission from Highway Gourmet
Recipe and picture by Rich Woodward.
Cooking appliances used: Microwave and skillet.
1 large Boneless
2 cloves garlic
1 1/2 cups cooked shredded spaghetti squash
Italian seasoned bread crumbs
1/2 cup sliced portabella mushrooms
1/2 cup your favorite bottled spaghetti sauce
<1/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
<1/4 cup shredded Parmesan cheese.
Cook(microwave steam) the squash
Slice Chicken breast into 2 thinner filets and coat in bread crumbs.
Heat EVOO and garlic in skillet and add chicken to lightly brown.
Place chicken in oven proof dish and cook mushrooms in same skillet. As mushrooms near done (couple minutes) add spaghetti sauce. Once sauce is hot pour mixture over chicken. Sprinkle mozzarella and Parmesan over top of chicken.
Bake at 375 for 25 min.
Clean/de-seed squash and shred onto plate. Place finished chicken breasts on top of squash. Enjoy dinner.
Prep Time-25 minutes
Cook Time-25 minutes
Recipe could be pretty easily adjusted for whatever equipment you have to work with I think.
Good eating- I hope this works well for you.
Recipe and pictures by Paula Anderson.
Cooking appliance used: lunchbox.
Just core your apple an slice down the sides a lil more then halfway then put a caramel in next add a lil butter, brown sugar, cinnamon then one more caramel cook in the lunch box for 40 min
Recipe and pictures by Michelle Bowers Gebers.
Cooking appliance used: Ninja 3 in 1.
1 can tuna
1 can Cr. of Mushroom soup
1 can mushrooms
1/2 C or so of sour cream
1tsp garlic powder
Salt and pepper to taste
2 C shell pasta, UNCOOKED
1 C frozen peas
2 C water
1 C shredded cheese (your choice) or velveeta
1/2 bag of plain or herbed stuffing mix.
Mix first 6 ingredients together. It will be thick. Put into Ninja (don't forget to use your liner or oven bags. I forgot so now I get to clean up a little more).
Add your dry pasta and peas and then slowly pour in water while stirring. Spread your cheese on top and then add your stuffing. Bake on oven setting at 325° for 30 minutes and then let us know how it turns out! The stuffing didn't get toasty. Not sure how to get them that way. But still so good!
Recipe and picture by Rod Canfield.
Cooking appliance used: grill.
Lunch is served. Porterhouse steak, red potatoes, polish roses. (Made in truck the night before)
Polish roses are green onions wrapped in ham and cream cheese (see picture 1).
Recipe and pictures by Mark A. Love.
Cooking appliance used: skillet and butane/propane stove.
From The Trucker Gourmet : Sloppy Marks Brown meat-add a can of diced tomatoes and your favorite sauce. Bon Appetit