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“cat lover”

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Since: Jul 07

Tucson

#1 Feb 26, 2013
If you like useing slow cooker please share them :)

Pumkin Turkey chili
1 Tbsp vebetable oil
1 cup chopped onion
1/2 cup green bell pepper chopped
1/2 cup yellow bell pepper chopped
1 clove garlic mince
1 can (14.5 oz) diced tomatoes
3 cups pumkin puree (Libby's)
1 1/2 Tbsp. chili powder
1/2 tsp ground pepper
1 dash salt

topping 1/2 cup shredded Cheddar cheese
1/2 cup sour cream

heat oil in a 10 inch skillet over medium heat and saute the onion,green bell pepper, yellow bellpepper garlic till tender. stir in the turkey and cook until browned. pour meat mixture into slow cooker. mix in the tomatoes pumpkin. season with chili powder pepper and salt cover and set on low and cook for 4 to 5 hours serve topped with cheddar cheese and sour cream
serves 4 to 6

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#2 Feb 26, 2013
LuAnn D wrote:
If you like useing slow cooker please share them :)
Pumkin Turkey chili
1 Tbsp vebetable oil
1 cup chopped onion
1/2 cup green bell pepper chopped
1/2 cup yellow bell pepper chopped
1 clove garlic mince
1 can (14.5 oz) diced tomatoes
3 cups pumkin puree (Libby's)
1 1/2 Tbsp. chili powder
1/2 tsp ground pepper
1 dash salt
topping 1/2 cup shredded Cheddar cheese
1/2 cup sour cream
heat oil in a 10 inch skillet over medium heat and saute the onion,green bell pepper, yellow bellpepper garlic till tender. stir in the turkey and cook until browned. pour meat mixture into slow cooker. mix in the tomatoes pumpkin. season with chili powder pepper and salt cover and set on low and cook for 4 to 5 hours serve topped with cheddar cheese and sour cream
serves 4 to 6
Umm...you forgot something in the ingredients.

The turkey?

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#3 Feb 26, 2013
Slow Cooker Italian Beef for Sandwiches

1 (3 pound) beef chuck roast

1 onion, quartered

1 (10.5 ounce) can beef broth

1 (1 ounce) packet dry au jus mix

1 (.7 ounce) package dry Italian salad dressing mix (such as Good Seasons®)

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper

Directions
1.Place beef chuck roast into a slow cooker and scatter onion quarters around the meat. Pour the beef broth over the meat and sprinkle the au jus mix, Italian salad dressing mix, salt, and black pepper over the roast.
2.Cover cooker, set on Low, and cook until meat is very tender, 6 to 8 hours.

“cat lover”

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#4 Feb 26, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Umm...you forgot something in the ingredients.
The turkey?
opps its 1 pound of ground turkey and thanks for letting me know :)

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Since: Nov 12

Greensburg, IN

#5 Feb 26, 2013
How much turkey-sliced in cubes
sub pumkin for 2 cans of diced tomatoes
1 can tomatoe puree
maybe add elbow macaroni
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#6 Feb 26, 2013
Roasted Beast - Serves 6

1 three to five pound lean roast of beast (of your choosing)
1 large white or Spanish onion sliced
2 stalks celery thinly sliced
1 -6 oz package sliced mushrooms (if desired)
Carrots peeled and sliced in half and potatoes peeled and quartered (if desired
6 beef bullion cubes
6-8 cups water or add until roast is covered.

If desired, sprinkle seasoned or unseasoned meat tenderizer on roast and refrigerate loosely covered with plastic wrap for 1-2 hours prior to cooking.

Combine all ingredients in slow cooker and cook for 1 hour on high setting, then 2-3 hours on medium.

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#7 Feb 26, 2013
LuAnn D wrote:
<quoted text>opps its 1 pound of ground turkey and thanks for letting me know :)
If you want a healthier alternative, try whole Portabellas instead of the turkey. We tried it last fall and you really couldn't tell there wasn't any meat in it.

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#8 Feb 26, 2013
My wife makes great, Turkey Curry.....

“cat lover”

Level 6

Since: Jul 07

Tucson

#9 Feb 26, 2013
LuAnn D wrote:
If you like useing slow cooker please share them :)
Pumkin Turkey chili
1 Tbsp vebetable oil
1 cup chopped onion
1/2 cup green bell pepper chopped
1/2 cup yellow bell pepper chopped
1 clove garlic mince
1 can (14.5 oz) diced tomatoes
3 cups pumkin puree (Libby's)
1 1/2 Tbsp. chili powder
1/2 tsp ground pepper
1 dash salt
topping 1/2 cup shredded Cheddar cheese
1/2 cup sour cream
heat oil in a 10 inch skillet over medium heat and saute the onion,green bell pepper, yellow bellpepper garlic till tender. stir in the turkey and cook until browned. pour meat mixture into slow cooker. mix in the tomatoes pumpkin. season with chili powder pepper and salt cover and set on low and cook for 4 to 5 hours serve topped with cheddar cheese and sour cream
serves 4 to 6
thanks mill for the opps it 1 pound of ground turkey

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#10 Feb 26, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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If you want a healthier alternative, try whole Portabellas instead of the turkey. We tried it last fall and you really couldn't tell there wasn't any meat in it.
:o)
sweet amd you can use lentils as well in place of the turkey and try adding a can of whole corn as well for some extra color

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#11 Feb 26, 2013
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
How much turkey-sliced in cubes
sub pumkin for 2 cans of diced tomatoes
1 can tomatoe puree
maybe add elbow macaroni
Adding macaroni to chili will get you tarred, feathered and quartered up here.

Macaroni is babyfood - it has no business in real chili.

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#12 Feb 26, 2013
LuAnn D wrote:
<quoted text>sweet amd you can use lentils as well in place of the turkey and try adding a can of whole corn as well for some extra color
I was going to say, I always add either black or kidney beans to my chili. Also, try Rotel - the mild cilis and tomatoes rock!!!
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#13 Feb 26, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Adding macaroni to chili will get you tarred, feathered and quartered up here.
Macaroni is babyfood - it has no business in real chili.
it then becomes Goulash...

so what do you do with the portabellos? they are too big to drop in whole arent they? sounds interesting, I might try it this week ... love mushrooms...
my daughter has swore off red meat...its getting hard to cook for her...

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#14 Feb 26, 2013
reebie wrote:
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it then becomes Goulash...
so what do you do with the portabellos? they are too big to drop in whole arent they? sounds interesting, I might try it this week ... love mushrooms...
my daughter has swore off red meat...its getting hard to cook for her...
I use the whole Baby Bellas, but you can dice up large regular ones too. Also, my GF is on a gluton-free diet (hell to the no for me - BEER!!!), last night she made bella Stroganoff - she even found gluton-free sour cream. I've got to tell you, it was deeee-lish.

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#15 Feb 26, 2013
reebie wrote:
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it then becomes Goulash...
Actually with macaroni in it, it's "Chef-Boy-Am-I-Lazy. "

Lol.

:o)
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#16 Feb 26, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>
I use the whole Baby Bellas, but you can dice up large regular ones too. Also, my GF is on a gluton-free diet (hell to the no for me - BEER!!!), last night she made bella Stroganoff - she even found gluton-free sour cream. I've got to tell you, it was deeee-lish.
k, thats kindof what I was thinking.. think Ill try that this weekend... gluten -free is getting easier... I saw last weekend you can get gluten free processed deli meat.., not that I cared..lol,,but it interested me...
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#17 Feb 26, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually with macaroni in it, it's "Chef-Boy-Am-I-Lazy. "
Lol.
:o)
in my house growing up, it was Chef-boy am I stretching leftovers.....YUK!

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#18 Feb 26, 2013
reebie wrote:
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in my house growing up, it was Chef-boy am I stretching leftovers.....YUK!
Processed food is so sodium-laden it's silly - especially meals in a can and soup. Amazing that we still feed this crap to our kids.
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#19 Feb 26, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Processed food is so sodium-laden it's silly - especially meals in a can and soup. Amazing that we still feed this crap to our kids.
i know.. honestly I think that has a lot to do with our obesity epidemic..aside from the whole couch potato-versus kick the can era... all these chemicals,, steroids etc...has to play factor in our bodies...obesity, disease,, etc..we are stupid to think otherwise... anyhoo...
:)

ok,, tried to post this, and it tells me to refrain from profanity.... Ill try again...

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#20 Feb 26, 2013
reebie wrote:
<quoted text>i know.. honestly I think that has a lot to do with our obesity epidemic..aside from the whole couch potato-versus kick the can era... all these chemicals,, steroids etc...has to play factor in our bodies...obesity, disease,, etc..we are stupid to think otherwise... anyhoo...
:)
ok,, tried to post this, and it tells me to refrain from profanity.... Ill try again...
But...don't kid yourself. It is literally impossible to make any food taste good without salt. Adding salt to food while its cooking will ultimately reduce the total sodium. A lot of people disagree with my statement, but a few years back, Lays potato chips tried to make a salt-free potato chip. They finally gave up, saying "It's impossible to make any food taste good without salt."

If I use canned veggies or beans, I normally wash them thoroughly before using them.

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