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Another recipe   Fletcher's Tea Room and Bar

Started 5/3/18 by PTG (anotherPTG); 24816 views.
Katijay (Katijay46)

From: Katijay (Katijay46)

5/11/18

Druid.....that's funny........I am not a big bread eater, but it would be interesting to have both the potatoes and the bacon!.....kissing_heart

Dhyani (Dhyaniland)

From: Dhyani (Dhyaniland)

5/12/18

This recipe is WONDERFUL for Mother's Day (or any day, really)

Baked Apple Roses

INGREDIENTS (makes 4): 1 Apple 1 Puff Pastry sheet 2 tbsp Lemon Juice 1/2 tsp Rosewater Apricot Jam 1 Egg (for egg wash)

I've made them many times ~ and substituted raspberry jam for the apricot jam.  Or maple syrup. Oh, and if you don't have rosewater, you can just add a few drops of real vanilla extract to 1/2 tsp water.

XXOO ~ Dhyani boom

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Would anyone be interested in HEALTHY recipes? Because I have some.  

I would!  I'm making a lentil stew in my Instant Pot right now!

Oooo, yum! Do you use onions, carrots, celery, & thyme? That's how I make mine, sometimes potatoes, too. And I use homemade chicken stock. 

Yes!  All of the above except for onions - terribly allergic, but garlic works!  I also make one with coconut milk, red lentils, ginger, curry, tomatoes, garlic and red pepper flakes.  The Instant Pot has been a life changer for me!  tulip

OK, here's my homemade chicken stock:

Save all the bones & skin from a roasted chicken, or even just baked thighs or breasts. (You can even use a grocery-store rotisserie chicken) Put them in a 3 qt (or 3 liter) pot, cover with cold water by an inch, add a tsp sage leaves (or thyme or rosemary, or all 3), cover & simmer overnight.  

In the morning, let it cool & remove the bones & skin, putting any bits of meat back into the stock.  Refrigerate if you want to easily remove all the fat.  Or use as is.  

Just so simple & absolutely delicious.  Makes about 2 quarts.  

The curry sounds great - I'll have to try that if I can ever find red lentils here. 

What's an Instant Pot?

I will try that this weekend for sure!  Sounds yummy and bone broth is so good for your hair, nails and skin!

Thank you!

jakeybuddy

From: jakeybuddy

5/12/18

Sounds like it might be a Crock Pot 

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