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Old 02-23-2012, 04:21   #1
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This one came to me on the way home from work, I had everything I needed.

2 zuchs
2 yellow squash
1/4 red onion
1 green pepper
1 bunch of broccoli

I shredded all of it in my food processor, mixed it well and spread it out on a large cookie sheet. I put the cookie sheet in a 400 oven for 20 minutes or so to steam off the moisture. While this was in the oven I browned 1-1/2 lbs of hamburger. I added salt, pepper, Thyme, Basil, Paprika.

When the meat was browned I removed the Veggies and put them in a shallow baking dish, mixed in approx 2 cups of cheese shreds. Layered the hamburger on top and added more cheese. I beat a jumbo sized egg in a cup of heavy cream and spread it out evenly. Final layer was Parmesan cheese. Baked 400 for 30 minutes. 2 thumbs up, me and my wife.

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Old 02-25-2012, 02:15   #2
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This recipe sounds so delicious and guess who is going to the store tomorrow? Sure hope they have yellow squash in stock there (last week it was not there). Since I don't have a food processor, but I do have an older model Kitchen Aid mixer on a stand that can grate raw veggies - would that accomplish about the same purpose??

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So you just create recipes in the car, while tooteling along? I =at least= have to be staring at some ingredients!

Guess that's the difference between a chef and a line cook.

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Any grater would work fine. Not a chef just a lot of curiousity. I will not tell you the number of dishes that see the trash can and we open a jar of peanut butter.

I forgot to add the best part about this dish. Premeal I was 75, 1 hr later 83, 2 hrs later 84, FBG the next morning 78.

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Any grater would work fine. Not a chef just a lot of curiousity. I will not tell you the number of dishes that see the trash can and we open a jar of peanut butter.

I forgot to add the best part about this dish. Premeal I was 75, 1 hr later 83, 2 hrs later 84, FBG the next morning 78.
Absolutely awesome numbers This dish sounds like it would make good "left-overs" provided there was any left to begin with

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Absolutely awesome numbers This dish sounds like it would make good "left-overs" provided there was any left to begin with
Oh, this sounds good, and something that Old Grouchy will eat without whining!

I can dig the "in the car" thing - I used to mentally write newsletter articles while doing laundry, blowing leaves or whatever. By the time I was done the physical task, I'd sorted out what needed to be covered in what I needed to write - multi-tasking at it's finest!

Heading to the store for some other things and will add the zuccini and squash to the list.

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I'm gonna make this tomorrow ... got f riends coming, they bring pizza, I need something om-nom-nommy to eat! This and a salad and maybe dessert of some kind should do it.

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Playing fast and loose with your recipe, Marty -- based on what I have!

My husband bought me a pound each of squash and I shredded it all before I realized this was 2 - 3 X your recipe! So I have a HUGE tray of this ... I used Mexican mixed cheeses to mix in, and substituted sausage fake crumbles for the burger.

The veg sure smelled good when I roasted them!

I mixed 2 eggs and 1 c cream and 1 c almond milk, and seasoned it with 1 TBS paprika, 1 tsp marjoram, and dill, a dash of black pepper and cayenne and nutmeg.

Topping with cheddar ... We'll see.

It reminds me of a kugel, before the sausage, by the way!

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Thats sounds great. Whats kugel by the way.

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A Jewish "dairy" dish, typically made with noodles, eggs, cottage cheese ... onion, sometimes potato. Often starch but I have seen zucchini one on a low-carb site. Also mushroom.

Made me look -- wow -- here is a broccoli one! Non-dairy, too! http://kosherfood.about.com/od/sided...l_broccoli.htm

and a zucchini one http://kosherfood.about.com/od/veget...l_vegieveg.htm


hmmm, maybe it was just that I was looking for dairy ones! And there are others with cauliflower, and spaghetti squash, etc!

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