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    Quote Originally Posted by ZiprHead View Post
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    Made a quick and easy shepherd's pie casserole. Browned a couple pounds of ground beef and drained. Threw in a half chopped red onion, a bag of frozen carrots and peas, and a can of beef gravy and a can of brown gravy. Seasoned with seasoned salt, garlic powder and pepper, and simmered. put the mixture in a flat casserole dish, topped it with colby-jack cheese then a layer of prepared instant mashed potatoes. Put it in the oven at 350 until the potatoes on top start to brown.

    Yummy and quick.
    Er... if it's not lamb or mutton, it's a cottage pie, not a shepherd's pie.
    Food nazi.

    IIRC, a true cottage pie is made out chopped up left over roast meat from Sunday’s dinner, including the veg, and topped with mash potato.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmbteach View Post
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    Food nazi.

    IIRC, a true cottage pie is made out chopped up left over roast meat from Sunday’s dinner, including the veg, and topped with mash potato.
    Not to be confused with a cottage pi, which is approximately three and one seventh cottages.

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    Made some nut flour crackers. They're surprisingly good.

    1 c nut flour
    3 tsp white flour
    1 c parmesan, save 1/4 c for topping
    2 beaten eggs
    1 tbsp olive oil
    salt, pepper

    Combine and mix all ingredients (minus the 1/4 c parmesan) to form a ball. Roll on parchment to as thin as possible. Spritz with olive oil and sprinkle salt and remaining parmesan. Use a pizza cutter to cut into squares. You can separate the squares if you want but not crucial. Bake for about 15 mins, keeping watch for burning edges.

    As is always a hurdle with baked nut flour recipes, the texture is course and in spite of the eggs and small amount of wheat flour, they are more crumbly than snappy crisp, but they are firm and remain firm in soup, which is my main reason for wanting to make them.

    I give these a 7/10 rating. They are very much like Wheat Thins if they made a parmesan flavor. The flavor is wonderful, but texture needs improvement. I might buy some additive gluten and see if that helps.



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    Made more, this time with cheddar cheese and seasoned with sage and onion. This batch is crispier with a bit more snap than the previous batch. Still not the greatest texture but that's to be expected from nut flours. The flavor is amazing and they crunch wonderfully in my salad.



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    Felt adventurous so made some seitan today. That stuff really expands when you drop it into boiling water so I'm glad I only tried half a recipe. But it came out great, flavored the flour with broth and then added soy sauce to the water to simmer. Served it with some olives, capers, acorn squash and home made tomato soup. Never tried it before but it is quite easy and quick to make, just has to simmer for one hour.

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    My latest take on the S’mores Cake. This is going to be the final design.

    Currently trying to figure out how to adapt into a cupcake. It couldn’t be served in a cupcake cup.

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