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Tortilla- Cooked over the open flame. April 23, 2009

Filed under: Themed Post,Travel — christinedel @ 1:00 pm
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OH MY GOODNESS!!!!!!!!!!!  Do you even really realize how good one of those tastes?  Well, you might if you only get to have one every few months I like do.  I get to right now because I am back in California introducing our four month old to our families for the first time.  While doing this, we get to eat at all our favorite places and the ones we miss oh so much.  I just can’t wait until I get to eat fresh never-before-frozen chicken, ah yummy.   But for now I will revel in the fact that I just had an awesomely fantastic cooked tortilla over the open gas range.

Oh the simple pleasureful flavors in life.

 

St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast Mini Bites March 16, 2009

Filed under: Breakfast,Holiday,Themed Post — christinedel @ 10:44 pm
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These was one of the easiest versions of quiche that I have made.  Also, so cute using a three leaf clover to cut out the biscuit dough and using it as the cup.  It fluffs up nice and still keeps the shape.  I might use a larger cookie cutter next time so to make a bigger and cuter clover.  Until next year…

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Rating out of three stars: 3 stars

Serves 1 Ready in 15 minutes

You can make this on a lager scale using crescent roll dough or any other refrigerated dinner roll dough.

Ingredients:

  • Two eggs
  • 5 piece biscuit tube
  • Any veggies you see fit.
  • Zucchini, about 4 inches sliced and quartered
  • mushroom, 4 small ones chopped
  • carrot, about 4 inches sliced and cut into 8ths
  • garlic, as much minced as you want
  • cucumber, about 4 inches sliced and quartered
  • slash of heaving whipping cream or milk

Directions:

  1. Pre heat oven to the cooking degree of the dough.
  2. Grease the mini cupcake pan.
  3. Separate the biscuits, smash them, and cut using a 3 inch clover cookie cutter.  Smash the dough again making it bigger if needed.  Place each finished clover shaped dough into a mini cupcake well.
  4. Mix all of your ingredients together.
  5. Use a ¼ measuring cup, fill each dough well about half full.
  6. Cook about 7 minutes or until the eggs are cooked through.
  7. Enjoy!

Comments:

Use this cookie cutter idea for other holidays year round.