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Old 06-15-2014, 01:11 AM   #271
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I was looking for "rutabega" recipes and came across this old treasure too. Didn't find the rutabega info but here is another "pizza crust" one to add from RainbowSmiles in another thread -- it's probably in here too.

IP Crispy Cereal Pizza Crust (This recipe also works for Italian bread)

Pizza Crust or Italian Bread:

1 Ideal Protein Crispy Cereal or Potato Puree pulverized
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp oregano
Pinch of Real Salt
Pinch of Real Seasoning Salt
Dash of Italian Seasoning
1 egg white
1/8 cup (2 tbsp) water
Very finely chopped cauliflower to act as “cheese.” Sprinkle on top (optional)

Mix all ingredients together and let it sit for a couple of minutes to absorb. You may add a little more water at this point and stir again. Note: It should be a little thinner than pancake batter, but thicker than a crepe.) Pour the whole mixture into a frying pan coated with a little(minimal) PAM. Treat it like a big pancake, flip when ready. Place crust onto a pan or Pizza stone on the middle rack. Bake at 400 degrees for 5-10 minutes to dry it out and slightly crisp it. Add toppings. Return to oven for 5-7 minutes.

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Walden Farms Tomato and Basil Pasta Sauce
IP select vegetables of choice. Such as mushrooms, spinach, or bell pepper
Cauliflower finely chopped or pulverized

Heat or cook the chopped cauliflower (microwave 3-4 minutes) until soft. Put a small amount of the Tomato Basil Sauce on the crust. Top with cauliflower, which acts as “cheese.” Top with vegetables.
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Old 06-15-2014, 08:29 AM   #272
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I was looking for "rutabega" recipes and came across this old treasure too. Didn't find the rutabega info but here is another "pizza crust" one to add from RainbowSmiles in another thread -- it's probably in here too.
If you are doing a search and getting nothing, could be spelling. Try Rutabaga
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rainbowsmiles..I'm new to IP (since Sep 12/14) and have just started going through all your wonderful, wonderful recipes. OMG!, you've really opened my eyes and broadened my horizons to the possibilities of foods with IP. For starters I'm going to make your mayo..can't wait to have that with egg or tuna salad. But was wondering if you have come up with a brilliant idea for tartar sauce? I've had fish once OP and we're having it again tonight, but I sure do miss my tartar sauce. I was wondering about maybe just adding some relish to your mayo. Do you think that will work? I'm asking you before I try it because I don't want to ruin it.

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Rainbow hasn't been around in a while.
But yes, if you look up how to make tarter sauce, you'll see it is basically mayo and relish. Personally, I'd probably use the WF Miracle Mayo but you could use homemade, as well.
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I just chop up pickles to add to the mayo and put in lots of dried dillweed and pepper. You can add a dash of hot sauce too if you like - my hubby likes that for his 'tartar sauce.' And it's all IP ok.
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Rainbow hasn't been around in a while.
But yes, if you look up how to make tarter sauce, you'll see it is basically mayo and relish. Personally, I'd probably use the WF Miracle Mayo but you could use homemade, as well.
Thanx Lisa. And that's a shame Rainbow isn't on much lately. I wonder how she's doing?

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I just chop up pickles to add to the mayo and put in lots of dried dillweed and pepper. You can add a dash of hot sauce too if you like - my hubby likes that for his 'tartar sauce.' And it's all IP ok.
Thanx, sounds wonderful. I'll definitely try that. Hoping to have fish every weekend..as long as the cost allows it.

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Thank you RAINBOW!!! What wonderful recipes. You are fabulous in the kitchen.
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How creative--some just have that special gene I guess. Thank you so much for sharing!
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This page has changed the face of my diet! Thank you thank you!! Where is the mayo recipe?
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This page has changed the face of my diet! Thank you thank you!! Where is the mayo recipe?
The mayo recipe is on the first page, first recipe, on the Mixin' in the Kitchen thread. Which is found in the first "sticky" under recipes..in Vol 1.

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