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    Re: Just Recipes

    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny555;3762064;
    For NRH and anyone who has been craving stuffed cabbage since talk of it started on another thread:

    Sweet and Sour Cabbage Rolls: A Stuffed Treat for Purim - or Anytime | Suite101.com
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    Re: Just Recipes

    mediterranean stuffed peppers

    6 bell peppers (We prefer the red ones), tops sliced off and cleaned inside
    4 green onions
    1 lb. ground lamb (or hamburger or turkey. We prefer the lamb and the grocery store grinds it for me using shoulder blade steaks)
    2 cloves garlic crushed
    2 cups fresh spinach chopped
    2 tbs. fresh basil chopped
    1/2 can of diced tomatos
    1/2 can of tomato sauce
    4 oz feta cheese crumbled
    1 cup orzo pasta (dry, before cooking)
    black olives optional
    1 tbsp. Cavenders All purpose Greek seasoning
    Salt and pepper

    Cook orzo and drain. Saute lamb with 2 of the chopped green onions and garlic. Drain fat. Add lamb, orzo, spinach, basil, tomatos, sauce and feta cheese and remaining 2 green onions chopped to a bowl and toss to coat everything. Add 1 tbsp. of Cavender's greek all purpose seasoning and some salt and pepper.

    Stuff inside the hollowed out peppers. If there is any stuffing left over, I mound it around the bottoms of the peppers. Cook at 350 for 40 min.

    I've made this with both ground turkey and hamburger, but we prefer the lamb for the flavor.

    Note: I like the red peppers best, they have a better flavor, but can be more expensive.
    Also, you can add about 1/3 cup of sliced black olives to the mixture. Mr. Rosie doesn't eat them, so I don't add them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;3762297;
    I got that chicken cheese ball from a non-cook. She makes it for everything and it's the first thing that disappears.
    It's good and I'm glad you found it. I hope you enjoy it while 'Bama gets their butts kicked tomorrow. (just a little friendly trash talk. GO GATORS!!!)
    I have a daughter and a step-daughter. The daughter who is a Bama Grad (Yea Bama!!!) loved the idea of the chicken cheese ball. The step-daughter who is a big time Auburn fan would have nothing to do with it.

    Gotta love that Tbow - what a great kid! I wanted to hug him at the end of the game and give him a big ole, gooey comforting chocolate yummy to help with the pain.

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    Thanks again for that recipe and for all of the good ideas you give.
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    Re: Just Recipes

    I finally made turkey chowder from the last of the TG turkey. It was delicious! Here's the recipe:
    TURKEY CHOWDER

    4 slices bacon, cut up
    1 c. chopped onion
    4 c. (1 3/4 lb.) cubed, pared potato
    2 c. turkey broth
    2 (10 oz.) pkg. frozen whole kernel corn, thawed
    1/4 c. (1/2 stick) butter
    2 1/2 tsp. salt
    1/4 tsp. pepper
    2 c. cooked turkey, cubed
    2 c. milk
    1 c. heavy cream
    2 tbsp. chopped parsley
    Chowder crackers

    In 5-quart Dutch oven or heavy kettle, saute bacon until crisp; remove and reserve. In bacon fat, saute onion, stirring until golden, about 5 minutes. Add potato and turkey broth. Bring to boiling, simmer, covered about 30 minutes or until potato is tender but not mushy.

    Meanwhile, in medium saucepan, combine corn, butter, salt, pepper, turkey and milk. Simmer, covered and stirring occasionally, 5 minutes. Add to potato mixture, along with the heavy cream. Cool, stirring occasionally, until hot; do not boil. Turn into warm soup tureen; sprinkle with reserved bacon and chopped parsley. Serve with chowder crackers. Makes 8-10 servings.
    Cooks.com - Recipe - Turkey Chowder

    I modified it a bit. No butter and I used whole milk instead of the heavy cream (just added some corn starch to thicken it a bit. Plus, I used a little more corn (canned, not frozen) and a bit more potato. It was the perfect thing for winter! Plus, any recipe that begins with bacon, is all good in my book!
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    Re: Just Recipes

    That sounds delicious. I still have two bags of left over turkey in my freezer. I'll have to get some out and try this one.
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    Re: Just Recipes

    Critical, that's almost exactly like my seafood chowder, except I use the creamed corn in the tube, and no taters. (Oh, and with seafood, add some sherry to taste) I can tell everyone, that is a wonderful soup, without making it! I don't make it that often, so when I do I use the butter and cream. I do have 2 turkeys I do have 2 turkeys I bought on sale in my freezer, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;3762297;
    I got that chicken cheese ball from a non-cook. She makes it for everything and it's the first thing that disappears.
    It's good and I'm glad you found it. I hope you enjoy it while 'Bama gets their butts kicked tomorrow. (just a little friendly trash talk. GO GATORS!!!)
    My husband absolutely snarfed this stuff down. My question is whether the chicken cheese balls can feasibly be frozen? If so, are they reasonably as good when thawed?
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    Re: Just Recipes

    I too am looking for the chicken cheese ball recipe and did not see it at the posted link. Can anyone help a newbie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoesies;3765857;
    I too am looking for the chicken cheese ball recipe and did not see it at the posted link. Can anyone help a newbie?
    Compliments of rosie, post #589!
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    Re: Just Recipes

    Quote Originally Posted by Bloomers;3765846;
    My husband absolutely snarfed this stuff down. My question is whether the chicken cheese balls can feasibly be frozen? If so, are they reasonably as good when thawed?
    Yes. I often make 2 out of that recipe and freeze one of them. I wrap it in waxed paper and then slip into a ziplock, get as much air out as possible and freeze. My husband will eat it spread on bread as a sandwich too.
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