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Old 01-17-2016, 10:27 AM   #31
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Then you must not like mushrooms. Eggplant has the same texture if you cook it right.
You're right, I don't There are a couple of dishes where I can tolerate them, but I don't like them as a main component.
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Old 01-17-2016, 12:09 PM   #32
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Try smoking it first and then run with it, GC.
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Old 01-17-2016, 05:15 PM   #33
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I didn't see spaghetti listed. With the stuff mixed in with pasta sauce like a meat sauce. But I am sure you tried that.

Maybe try it with a white sauce -- olive oil, butter, garlic, crushed red pepper with the crumble stuff mixed in. Served on top of pasta.

Also, fried wontons filled with the stuff. My mom made fried wontons once and they were awesome. I still remember how great they were 37 years later. :) My brother had brought home the recipe from school. It was part of a project involving other cultures (China).
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Old 01-18-2016, 09:23 AM   #34
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How about calzones, empanadas, pasties, natchitoches, etc...

Natchitoches Meat Pies Recipe : Emeril Lagasse : Food Network
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Old 01-18-2016, 02:18 PM   #35
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When i was a kid, I remember eating a Jamaican Meat pie. Kind of half circle shaped, orangish flaky dough filled with a very spicy ground meat.

Anyone know what Im talking about, and if so, anyone have a suggested recipe ?
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Old 01-18-2016, 06:36 PM   #36
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Larry, that sounds like empanadas to me so I did a search and found this: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2...es-recipe.html

It has curry powder in the dough, which would make it orange, and Scotch bonnet peppers in the beef filling, which would certainly make it spicy
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Spanakopita
Pizza topping
Loose "Meat" Sandwiches
Frito Pie (with that veggie Chili that Dawg brought up)
7 Layer Dip with homemade chips
Mexican Lasagna or Pizza using tortillas
"Meaty" Manicotti
Cheesy-"meaty" Stuffed Shells (those real big ones)
did anyone say Enchiladas yet?
"meat" filled raviollis
Loaded Baked Potatoes (using that wonderful "taco meat" or chili)
Loose "meat" Gyro
Taco Salad
Shawarma seasoned "meat" in a pita with a nice sauce and loads of veggies
Chili Mac n Cheese
ooohhhh, cheeseburger soup, mmm
I LOVE this recipe:
Korean Beef Bowl - Damn Delicious

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Spanakopita
Pizza topping
Loose "Meat" Sandwiches
Frito Pie (with that veggie Chili that Dawg brought up)
7 Layer Dip with homemade chips
Mexican Lasagna or Pizza using tortillas
"Meaty" Manicotti
Cheesy-"meaty" Stuffed Shells (those real big ones)
did anyone say Enchiladas yet?
"meat" filled raviollis
Loaded Baked Potatoes (using that wonderful "taco meat" or chili)
Loose "meat" Gyro
Taco Salad
Shawarma seasoned "meat" in a pita with a nice sauce and loads of veggies
Chili Mac n Cheese
ooohhhh, cheeseburger soup, mmm
I LOVE this recipe:
Korean Beef Bowl - Damn Delicious

I'll stop now...
Its actually kinda funny, I came across the Same Korean-beef -bowl recipe from the same site a few days ago. Glad to see it got the thumbs up. Its on my list of recipes to try
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Back from my kindergarten days, comes the recipe that I still love. Cooked ground meat. Nothing fancy just cooked with seasoning. Cooked elborony, mix all together. Serve. I know it doesn't sound in anyway exciting, it is a poor's man food in the end, but even my kids like it.
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Back from my kindergarten days, comes the recipe that I still love. Cooked ground meat. Nothing fancy just cooked with seasoning. Cooked elborony, mix all together. Serve. I know it doesn't sound in anyway exciting, it is a poor's man food in the end, but even my kids like it.
Did they serve it in the cafeteria? I was in kindergarten waaaayyyyy back in 1978. I remember I was an early bird and got out at noon or one. Sometimes I was given a quarter by my mom to eat in the cafeteria. I guess if she had errands to run or something and couldn't pick me up at the normal time. It was a whopping quarter for a complete lunch with an entree, veggies or a salad, a starch, bread, and a milk. And this was before the modern day BS of schools serving junk food. Breakfast was a whopping 15 cents.

What kind of seasoning do you use in it?
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Ground Beef Recipes/Suggestions Ok, so here's the catch. As some of you know Im a vegetarian. I often use Morning Star Crumblers as my alternative to Ground Beef. This stuff does not bind together as regular beef would, so meatballs, burgers, meatloaf ... are out of the question ( *** My intention is not to use it in recipes that require it to bind, so no need to suggest ways to get it to bind , such as cheese, eggs ...***) This stuff cooks/ browns totally different than its meat counterpart, so leave the cooking and experimenting up to me. Here are some of the things I've used it successfully in so far, Im just looking for other suggestions. Chili Tacos/ taco salad "Beef" burritos "meat" sauce Stuffed Cabbage Stuffed Peppers Stuffed Tomatoes Stuffed Eggplant Sloppy Joe Lasagna Ive mixed it in with that Hamburger Helper Crap ( kids love it) There are probably others that have slipped my mind. So, if anyone has any recipes / suggestions for me to use this product with, I'd be interested to hear about it. All cuisines welcome, I love International Cuisines. Larry 3 stars 1 reviews
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