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Something New from Me
07-26-2013, 07:56 PM
Post: #1
Something New from Me
Well, basically I was digging around to see what I have in the kitchen as we all do at one time or another. It may sound a little strange, but these are all flavors I love. So here ya go. It might be something sort of along the lines of what you might find in a Tapas place.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

12 oz. Large Pasta Shells cooked 8 min.
1 Med. Onion chopped, sauteéd in oil
Chili Flakes and salt to your palate
6 cloves garlic, added to oil at a couple minutes before end of sauteéing
1/2 C. Amontillado wine added to onions/garlic
2oz. wild dried Mushrooms (reconstituted) along with reconstituting water.
Add to onions/garlic mix when soft.
1 can Canellini Beans and liquid
Add 1 can (7 ish oz) Clams right before putting in oven.
Add 1 C. petite green peas right before putting in oven.

Shred cheeses you love: I used Manchego, Parmesan and Gouda.

Make layers of sauce, pasta, cheese, pasta, sauce, cheese.

Bake in 400 degree oven for 30 minutes or so.

Eat.

I hope someone here enjoys these strong flavor combinations.
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06-11-2014, 05:13 PM
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RE: Something New from Me
I'm kind of doing this right now. We're moving in two weeks and I'm trying to go through the pantry and freezer. Today I finished off a box of Bisquick, a box of couscous, a package of porkchops, and some frozen green beans. Made for a "not bad" dinner, especially the toasted, herbed couscous.

Tomorrow it could be hot dogs with marmalade or something a bit less appetizing...

I hope the couscous holds ip well for leftovers, it was pretty rocking.
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06-12-2014, 10:54 AM
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RE: Something New from Me
Ahhhh.... nothing like cupboard / fridge casserole suprise.

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