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OT - Sometimes I just toss some stuff together to see what happens.

epcotisbestepcotisbest Posts: 1,941
I made a weird concoction this evening that turned out very tasty. This probably would have been more fun prepped on the BS 17, but I just cooked inside this evening. Does not look very appetizing, but wow what a flavor explosion. Got some ground chicken that I made burgers with not long ago and they were kinda bland, so wanted to step it up with the rest of the ground chicken. 
I sauteed some onions and bell peppers, then some ground chicken. Mixed them together and added some Kings Hawaiian Big Island Lava sauce and let it simmer for about 20 minutes. Topped it with a pineapple slice (yeah, from a can because I did not have fresh pineapple) and drizzled it all with some less sodium soy sauce. 
Again, not much to look at, but very tasty...maybe a little too spicy with the King's Hawaiian sauce, but that did not stop me from enjoying it.
I like tossing stuff together and seeing what the results are. This would have been better served with some sticky rice, but I certainly had enough carbs already with the sauce and pineapple.




Comments

  • JeremiahJeremiah Posts: 5,677
    You're right it's not that visually appeasing but I'd give it a go. I'll keep an eye out for the sauce too. 
    Slumming it in Aiken, SC. 
  • northGAcocknorthGAcock Posts: 9,992
    I made a weird concoction this evening that turned out very tasty. This probably would have been more fun prepped on the BS 17, but I just cooked inside this evening. Does not look very appetizing, but wow what a flavor explosion. Got some ground chicken that I made burgers with not long ago and they were kinda bland, so wanted to step it up with the rest of the ground chicken. 
    I sauteed some onions and bell peppers, then some ground chicken. Mixed them together and added some Kings Hawaiian Big Island Lava sauce and let it simmer for about 20 minutes. Topped it with a pineapple slice (yeah, from a can because I did not have fresh pineapple) and drizzled it all with some less sodium soy sauce. 
    Again, not much to look at, but very tasty...maybe a little too spicy with the King's Hawaiian sauce, but that did not stop me from enjoying it.
    I like tossing stuff together and seeing what the results are. This would have been better served with some sticky rice, but I certainly had enough carbs already with the sauce and pineapple.




    I prefer your breakfast concoctions. Just kidding....nothing gained if you don’t take some chances with food. Congratulations on your creation.
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  • calikingcaliking Posts: 11,105
    That plate is just begging for a fried or poached egg to be dropped on it.

    Often times its the off-the-cuff cooks that turn out surprisingly good. Recipes are overrated  :)

    #1 LBGE December 2012 • #2 SBGE February  2013 • #3 Mini May 2013
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  • ewyllinsewyllins Posts: 303
    @epcotisbest That concoction deserves to be rolled in flour tortilla than browned on your BS 17. Bet it was slammin!!!!
    Large, Mini Max, Akorn JR, 36 Blackstone, and 2 Chihuahua's
    O-Town, FL

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