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Old 09-20-2011, 01:18 PM   #166  
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I like them all I go through my cookbooks quite often to see what I can change for IP.
PS. Have been loving your recipes.
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Old 09-20-2011, 04:18 PM   #167  
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PS. Have been loving your recipes.
Thanks I like yours too... I was going to take a picture of the soup and attach but forgot..

added one to the fun packet one last night... Tiger Ice Cream (my favorite as a kid)... why anyone would have thought to put orange and licorice together, is just weird.
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Old 09-20-2011, 05:35 PM   #168  
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I'm curious as to what types of new recipes y'all are craving?

Salty or Sweet?
(I tend to crave recipes for meat & veggies. I also was desperate for dressings until some friendly folks posted a bunch of great ideas)

With or Without IP Packages?
(ie, Turning your cereal into pancakes or pudding into a hot vanilla chai or things to do with the various meats/ veggies allowed?)

Gourmet or Take Away?
Meals to impress / share with family or meals to take to work?
My 'vote' is for Salty and Gourmet.
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Default Fried Zucchini

Hi Everyone

I didn't see a recipe like this so if it is a dup I appologize in advance.

Spray a non-stick skillet with OV and heat over medium heat. Slice your zucchini thin and place in a single layer in the hot skillet. Spray zucchini with OV to coat the top side and cook until the pan side has little brown spots. Turn the slices over and cook the other side the same. Sometimes I sprinkle with salt and sometime I don't. I eat these hot as they come out of the pan and also cook enough to add to soups and omletes another day. I especially like the fried zucchini in the tomato basil soup. I love fried orka and this taste a lot like that to me without the cornmeal.
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Being on an alt plan, i need recipes without IP products. I am not wild about seafood or fish either but willing to try just about anything. I love some of the recipes here but not being able to make the ones using the IP products that sound soooo good is driving me insane!
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I'm curious as to what types of new recipes y'all are craving?

Salty or Sweet?
(I tend to crave recipes for meat & veggies. I also was desperate for dressings until some friendly folks posted a bunch of great ideas)

With or Without IP Packages?
(ie, Turning your cereal into pancakes or pudding into a hot vanilla chai or things to do with the various meats/ veggies allowed?)

Gourmet or Take Away?
Meals to impress / share with family or meals to take to work?
I am looking for without IP packets and and good taco recipe I love the taco bell kit but can't have it.?
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Old 09-23-2011, 11:41 PM   #172  
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I am looking for without IP packets and and good taco recipe I love the taco bell kit but can't have it.?
oh so easy to do... cook ground hamburger, add chili powder, chopped jalapeno, cumin, smoked paprika, and add about 1/2 cup water simmer until all the water is gone. While that is going on, dice onions, tomatoes, peppers. When meat is done, take romane lettuce leaves and use them as a taco shell. I have a recipe in recipes 3 for tomatillo salsa, I also make a taco pizza with the above ingrediences. recipe is in this link somewhere. Hope that helps, next time I make it I will write down the amount of everything I use, and try to get a picture... it is so good and then the left overs can be used for taco salad the next day.
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Can anyone fill me in about tofu? Is it allowed? is there restrictions on products made by tofu?
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I'm curious as to what types of new recipes y'all are craving?

Salty or Sweet?
(I tend to crave recipes for meat & veggies. I also was desperate for dressings until some friendly folks posted a bunch of great ideas)

With or Without IP Packages?
(ie, Turning your cereal into pancakes or pudding into a hot vanilla chai or things to do with the various meats/ veggies allowed?)

Gourmet or Take Away?
Meals to impress / share with family or meals to take to work?
Crunchy?

I haven't been able to find decent celery anywhere, bio or otherwise. But I did buy celeriac, celery root, today for the first time. Any suggestion would be very much appreciated.
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Old 09-24-2011, 10:33 PM   #175  
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Default Pork Loin Stir Fry

This is my first post. I've been on IP for just over a week. Doing okay but I like food and really like to cook. So I came here looking for recipes and found some good ones. Thought I would post one of my own creations. I used cauliflower in place of rice. Pretty sure this is good with phase 1. Cauliflower is a bit over but I think that's okay. Serves 1 if you're really hungry.

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5 oz pork loin, cut in thin strips or small cubes
1 small green pepper sliced thin
2 or 3 large mushrooms sliced thin
~1c broccoli florets
~4c cauliflower
olive oil
sesame oil
rice vinegar
zero carb soy sauce
1/3 c water
zero msg seasoning of your choice
IP salt and fresh cracked pepper

Shred the cauliflower to a rice-like consistency. I used a grater blade in my processor. Cover in a bowl with plastic wrap and microwave on high for 5-6 minutes. This makes it softer. Then put it in a wok over high heat with just a dash of olive and sesame oils, soy sauce, and seasoning (I use Mrs. Dash). Stir often and fry until some of it starts browning. Set aside on a serving plate and cover.

Get the wok really hot again. Add about 1tb of olive oil and 1tsp sesame oil. Wait just a few seconds and add the pork. Once it's browned well on all sides and add the vinegar, soy sauce, and water to deglaze the pan. Stir it up and add the peppers, mushrooms, and broccoli. Season to taste with s&p and seasoning. Keep stir frying until the pork is done. Careful not to over cook the veggies. They should just get bright green. Serve on top of the cauliflower.

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I mix one packet of the Plain Crepe mix with 5 oz of water, using an 8 inch omelet pan to make about 4 thin crepes.

I then use a pizza cutter to cut each crepe into 8 tortilla strips.

I then Broil them in my toaster oven under they begin to get dark brown areas, then pull them out.

When they are all toasted, I sprinkle sea salt on them.

These are delicious!

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1 cup of Apple Cider Vinegar

1 1/3 Cup of Olive oil (I use the LIGHT Taste Olive Oil by Carapelli)

1 TBS each of Sea Salt and Dried Oregano

1/2 TBS each of Garlic Powder, Onion Powder & Dried Parsley

1/2 TSP each of Ground Black Pepper and Dried Basil

Put this all together in the blender bottle and shake shake shake!!
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I mix one packet of the Plain Crepe mix with 5 oz of water, using an 8 inch omelet pan to make about 4 thin crepes.

I then use a pizza cutter to cut each crepe into 8 tortilla strips.

I then Broil them in my toaster oven under they begin to get dark brown areas, then pull them out.

When they are all toasted, I sprinkle sea salt on them.

These are delicious!
That sounds really good.
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Does anyone have a recipe for making meatballs or meatloaf not using a packet?
Has anyone's coach said it is ok to eat Miracle Noodles?
Thanks.
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Does anyone have a recipe for making meatballs or meatloaf not using a packet?
Has anyone's coach said it is ok to eat Miracle Noodles?
Thanks.
a lot of coaches say it is okay.. never asked mine, heard they weren't very good... I have found ****aki noodles in safeway that are 0/0/0 in the produce section... they weren't bad.

okay so the link for the recipe is for recipes 2, i just did a advanced search, selected meatball recipe, and ideal protein... I knew that Jordanna had one so here is the link.

http://www.3fatchicks.com/forum/idea...pes-2-a-3.html
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