Food Thread

JD3000

Most well-known member
Location
Columbus
Looks nice and crispy. Is that home or restaurant?
Just wondering how the fish is prepared and cooked, curious if it’s another low carb dish.
No...cheat weekend, beer, fries, fried fish etc

Almond flour is a good low carb alternative that I would recommend
 

Jonny

Been here a while
Location
Buffalo
We’re gonna try some stuff done up in crushed pork rinds, as well as some in almond flour and coconut flour.
Mozzarella sticks, jalapeño poppers, chicken tenders, battered mushrooms, and possibly green beans that’ll be kinda like french fries.
Game day munchies, done in the air fryer. I’ll share pics even if it turns out unsuccessful.
 

VenasNursery

Carpal tunnel level member
Location
Michigan
We’re gonna try some stuff done up in crushed pork rinds, as well as some in almond flour and coconut flour.
Mozzarella sticks, jalapeño poppers, chicken tenders, battered mushrooms, and possibly green beans that’ll be kinda like french fries.
Game day munchies, done in the air fryer. I’ll share pics even if it turns out unsuccessful.
Sounds good
 

GregManning

Super Moderator
Staff member
Location
Chardon, OH
Pizza on Tortilla Crust
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Corn Tortilla - 8” – home made, cooked on stove-top steel griddle
Cheddar – extra sharp, for initial base
Pre-bake to melt base cheese – 350°F for 5 min.

Marinara sauce
Red onion slice pieces
Pepperoni – Margarita brand (excellent ! )
Havarti – topping, much more flavor than Mozzarella
Bake on Steel griddle at 350°F for 15 min.

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JD3000

Most well-known member
Location
Columbus
I'm still low carb but have now also gone anti inflammatory. Whole foods, nothing processed, no red meat, no dairy, no seed oils,, 20211026_173337.jpg and no gluten, the latter most being easy at this point. Also try to eat the rainbow every day.

Red cabbage in avocado and olive oil with some carrots and smoked turkey, grilled thighs, and some mixed greens with boiled eggs and oil with vinaigrette
 

GregManning

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Staff member
Location
Chardon, OH
I'm still low carb but have now also gone anti inflammatory. Whole foods, nothing processed, no red meat, no dairy, no seed oils,, View attachment 78471 and no gluten, the latter most being easy at this point. Also try to eat the rainbow every day.

Red cabbage in avocado and olive oil with some carrots and smoked turkey, grilled thighs, and some mixed greens with boiled eggs and oil with vinaigrette
For me . . . . . that diet sounds terrible, but if it's good for you that's great.
The meal above look delicious !
 

GregManning

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Staff member
Location
Chardon, OH
Chicken Croquettes
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1 c 250g Chicken – cooked, cubed, shredded
¼ onion 75 g Onion, red – small dice
1 60 g Celery stalk – small dice
¼ c 35 g Bread crumbs – fine
1 Egg – beaten
1 t Black pepper
1 t Poultry seasoning
½ t Accent (MSG)

Mix & rest for bread crumbs to absorb moisture.

Form into ~11 balls; ~1-1/2” diam.

Breading:
Coat w/ AP flour; rest ~ 30 min.
Egg wash
Panko bread crumbs - 6 pcs
Corn meal - 5 pcs

Fry:
350° F in Peanut oil; ~ 8 min.

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GregManning

Super Moderator
Staff member
Location
Chardon, OH
Chicken Croquettes
Rev: 211102 1555

1 c 250g Chicken – cooked, cubed, shredded
¼ onion 75 g Onion, red – small dice
1 60 g Celery stalk – small dice
¼ c 35 g Bread crumbs – fine
1 Egg – beaten
1 t Black pepper
1 t Poultry seasoning
½ t Accent (MSG)

Mix & rest for bread crumbs to absorb moisture.

Form into ~11 balls; ~1-1/2” diam.

Breading:
Coat w/ AP flour; rest ~ 30 min.
Egg wash
Panko bread crumbs - 6 pcs
Corn meal - 5 pcs

Fry:
350° F in Peanut oil; ~ 8 min.

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FYI

I recently saw a Food Network Show where Canned Chicken was used to make a chicken salad sandwich.
I thought . . . . . that can’t be any good; it must be dried out chicken; no taste.
But since I’m lazy I decided to try some.
I bought several different brands at Walmart.

“Keystone, All Natural” chicken was pretty darn good; especially for no prep effort !

Thus, the above Chix Croquettes.
 

Reach

Been here a while
Location
Atglen, PA
FYI

I recently saw a Food Network Show where Canned Chicken was used to make a chicken salad sandwich.
I thought . . . . . that can’t be any good; it must be dried out chicken; no taste.
But since I’m lazy I decided to try some.
I bought several different brands at Walmart.

“Keystone, All Natural” chicken was pretty darn good; especially for no prep effort !

Thus, the above Chix Croquettes.
Canned chicken does make a pretty good chicken salad, I’ve discovered that myself as well, but did not do a trial of brands like you did.

The croquettes look quite good as well, enjoy!
 

GregManning

Super Moderator
Staff member
Location
Chardon, OH
Canned chicken does make a pretty good chicken salad, I’ve discovered that myself as well, but did not do a trial of brands like you did.

The croquettes look quite good as well, enjoy!
I'm going to try Chix Salad w/ the left-over chix.
Chix
Celery
onion
radish - very small dice
mayo
pickle relish
? ? ?
 

Reach

Been here a while
Location
Atglen, PA
I'm going to try Chix Salad w/ the left-over chix.
Chix
Celery
onion
radish - very small dice
mayo
pickle relish
? ? ?
That sounds good. Around here, a chopped boiled egg and some garlic powder are common additions to chicken salad, never seen radish added though.
 

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