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Nattie Ice


Nattie Ice
 
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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Chicken and Biscuit Casserole
I found this recipe doing an ingredients search for chicken, basil, and carrots so right off the bat I was going to modify it to whatever I had on hand. I had a lot of fresh green beans and I substituted those for the canned/frozen peas. I also like things a tad spicy so I made a dry rub for my chicken, which was cooked in a NuWave. The dry rub was 1/2 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp pepper, 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper, and 1/2 tsp sesame seeds. I sprinkled the dry rub on each side of the chicken tenders prior to cooking. In my veggie mix I had sweet onion, carrots, celery, and green beans, all chopped to bite size. I sauteed them in butter for a bit, then added chicken broth to cover them and a bouillon chicken cube to add flavor based on previous reviewer comments. I then added a little less than 1/3 cup of flour - my goal was to have the sauce thicken but still be a bit soupy. The major sub I made was corn bread for the biscuits, which came out absolutely amazing since corn bread was a little sweet and mixed very well with the spicy chicken profile. For that I used a package of corn bread muffin mix with egg and milk and then spread the mixture over my casserole dish containing the veggies and cut up chicken mix. I baked that in the over for 30 minutes at 350 and the meal came out phenomenal. Corn bread did not get soggy at all for lunch the next day!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 6, 2013
Ima's Potato Salad
This is very similar to the Ukrainian "Mayonnaise" version of the salad, which my sister and I refer to as the "Cube" salad because everything has to be cubed such that all the salad pieces are roughly the size of the peas. I didn't have pickles on hand so I didn't add those in, but typically I'll use Dill (Polish) pickles since those are my favorite. Another addition that works great if you have it is cooked ham, cubed, and scallions. I used a can of peas, drained. I also used fresh carrots, boiled them, and then cubed them (as much as one can cube carrots, really). Since I'm trying to avoid starches, I cut down significantly on the potatoes, doing only about three large potatoes.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 8, 2013
 
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