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fresh tomato vinaigrette dressing 
cauliflower mousakka 
beef stroganoff 
cincinnati chilli 
chicken paprikash 
tender lemon chicken 
chicken with olives 
adobo 
adobong baboy 
mussels with ham, peppers and tomatoes 
 
 
request from: "parrothead jenn" <komish.j...@verizon.net> 
i am looking for spaghetti sauce recipes and inexpensive 'family' dinners 
(casseroles, and such). 
 
 
 
fresh tomato vinaigrette dressing 
 
this recipe can serve as a recipe for fresh tomato pasta sauce. 
from: hariett roth (slightly modified!) 
category: salad dressing / pasta sauce, low carb 
preparation time: 10 min. + 15 min. to chill 
servings: 1 empty (heinz ketchup) bottle 
 
 
2 cup  tomato sauce (or 1 cup canned tomatoes)
2 Tbsp  red wine vinegar (white wine vinegar is ok, too)
2 Tbsp  celery
4 Tbsp  parsley (or dried parsley)
4 clove  garlic
1 tsp  dried oregano
1 Tbsp  tamari soy sauce
1   pepperoncino
 
 
finely chop celery stalk (or celery leaves) and parsley. grate garlic 
cloves. 
place all ingredients in food processor and puree. 
chill 15 minutes before using. 
 
 
 
cauliflower mousakka 
 
category: turkish cuisine; main dish, low carb 
preparation time: 1:15 h 
servings: 5 
 
 
1 Tbsp  olive oil (or: 5 tbsp margarine)
3 large  onions
  0,4 kg ground meat
4   glasses water
1   meat spice cube (or: 4 glasses meat broth)
2 tsp  sea salt
 
1 medium cauliflower 
for steaming: some water, juice of 1 lemon, 3 tsp sea salt (or: 16 glasses 
of water if blanching) 
 
 
put the margarine and chopped onions into a pan, and saute until the color 
of the onions changes. add the ground meat and continue to saute until the 
meat simmers, while occasionally stirring. add water or meat broth and 
salt, cover and cook over low heat. after some time, add cauliflower 
flowerets, lemon juice, some water and salt. (or: place water, lemon juice 
and salt into another pan and bring to the boil, then add the cauliflower 
after having removed its leaves and stalk, boil for 5-6 minutes. after 
draining, divide into flowerets and add to the ground meat.) cook for 
about 40-50 minutes until the cauliflower becomes tender and serve. 
 
calories = 278.8; fat = 16.8 g; carbs = 7 g; proteins = 21.2 g 
 
 
 
(low carb) beef stroganoff 
 
from: www.nutrisystem.com 
servings: 4 
time of 40 minutes 
 
1 Tbsp  extra virgin olive oil
2   onions
400 of beef cubes, no fat
  half wine glass of white wine (i used pinot griggio)
2   garlic cloves
8   mushrooms
1 cup  of cooking cream
2 Tbsp  of tamari soy sauce
1 dash  curry powder
1   pepperoncino + 1/2 tsp tabasco
1 dash  salt
 
heat the olive oil. 
chop onions and mushrooms, and cut garlic thinly. 
stir-fry onions, then add beef cubes and stir-fry until the meat changes 
colour into grey. add wine and let it cook for a couple of minutes. add 
garlic and mushrooms, let it cook until the wine is almost gone, then add 
cooking cream and spices. cook for 5 minutes. serve hot. 
 
1   serving has: calories = 843; fat = 80 grams; carbs = 7 grams; protein
  11 grams
 
 
 
cincinnati chili 
 
from: riggs, rec.food.recipes, posted 27.10.2002. 
 
  in cincinnati the true enthusiasts have their chili 1 to 5 ways:
1.   plain
  2quottwo way" - spaghetti & chili
  3quotthree way" - chili, spaghetti, and cheddar cheese
  4quotfour way" - chili, spaghetti, cheddar cheese, and onions
  5quotfive way" - chili, spaghetti, cheddar cheese, onions and kidney beans
 
servings: 4 
preparation time: 2:30 hrs 
cost: 9 euro 
 
 
2 Tbsp  oil
2-1/2 lb.  ground beef
1 quart  coldwater
170 tomato paste
2 large  onion (diced)
1-1/2 Tbsp  vinegar
1 tsp  l & p worcestershire sauce
1 clove  garlic (crushed)
2 Tbsp  chili powder
5   bay leaves
2 tsp  cinnamon
1 tsp  allspice
2 tsp  cayenne pepper
1-1/2 Tbsp  unsweetened cocoa
  salt & pepper to taste
 
in a heavy gauge pot - heat oil, add beef until brown. 
add onions and water and bring to a boil. 
reduce to a simmer and add tomato paste and all other ingredients and let 
simmer 1 1/2 - 2 hours. 
adjust with salt & pepper to taste. remove bay leaves before serving. 
 
1   serving has: calories = 316.8; fat = 23.5 grams; carbs = 11.3 grams;
  protein = 15.3 grams
 
 
 
chicken paprikash 
 
from: the old world kitchen typed by ross bernheim; posted to 
 
(ID: 7327) Mirror: rec.food.recipes: Wed, Jun 16, 2004


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