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Old 10-25-2015, 08:59 PM   #11
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I have some chunked cod defrosting and trying to dream up what to do with it, low carb.

I have little individual casseroles I want to use. Any ideas?
Kayelle, I am probably too late but I am sure you can adapt this one to your casseroles. I did use the parchment the first time I made it but used a lid instead the second time and they both turned out great. Oh, and I left out the pesto the second time too because I didn't have any.

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Old 10-25-2015, 09:00 PM   #12
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I have some chunked cod defrosting and trying to dream up what to do with it, low carb.

I have little individual casseroles I want to use. Any ideas?
Lemon and butter, baked with a lid of grated parmesan, garlic and parsley.
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Old 10-25-2015, 09:40 PM   #13
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I was going to suggest the same thing PF did - and maybe add a layer of panko or other bread crumbs for SousChef's serving.

Tonight's dinner was leftovers from last night. Grilled chicken and potato salad, and steamed another helping of green beans.
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Old 10-25-2015, 09:57 PM   #14
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Thanks so much ladies for the great suggestions. I've made notes for next time.

I decided to mix up some mayo, lemon juice and zest, lots of dill and garlic granules from Penzy's. I coated the fish chunks and poured the rest over the top, adding some sliced green onion just before it was done. Used a very hot oven, and the broiler at the end. It was really, really good. Crusty bread for the juice would be spectacular! I just drank it. Why not?

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Old 10-25-2015, 10:20 PM   #15
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The soup turned out great mmmm. Very good. Next time, I'll make sure I have ditalini or tiny shells to put in it. All I had was orzo. It was good, but a little more substantial pasta would be better.

DH will be doing an education thing at a local park tomorrow and is looking forward to taking some of the leftovers with him.
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KL, that looks fab!
Did you write that down? Could you share the specifics?
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Old 10-25-2015, 10:41 PM   #17
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This was so very nice! It was of a church dinner and there were many nice foods!

Uncle Nicu ate the most of the very nice vegetables and the salads. There were lasagne, spaghetti, pork chops, baked beans, fried chicken, cole slaw, potato salad, squash casseroles, and many other nice food!

We are too filled to move very much so we must watch of Justin's nice movies of the TV, yes?

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Old 10-26-2015, 01:33 AM   #18
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GG, I bet the soup turned out so good because you used aged broth.

Himself was out doing his astronomy thing, and I figured he'd come home chilled to the core. I made a full recipe of Chickpea and Romaine soup, but I used Swiss chard in place of the romaine. I also subbed a leek for the onion because I have some I have to use. We've had this before with the romaine and onion; this version was just as good. As in, one Grab-it bowl of leftover good.
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Oh my...fabulous looking pics, everyone!

CG, I just saved the chickpea soup recipe you posted - sounds very good. I think I would sub a sturdier green for the romaine as well.
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KL, that looks fab!
Did you write that down? Could you share the specifics?
Thanks Kgirl, but no I didn't write it down..it was my usual method of add, taste, add taste.

I printed out LP's recipe though and I will definitely be buying more frozen Alaskan Cod chunks from Trader Joe's as the quality is there for a very reasonable price. That recipe sounds killah.
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