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#12585463 - 01/19/18 07:43 AM Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking
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I have a recipe that we have been enjoying. Easy as can be.

Devil Thighs - Moist and tasty.

Take boneless chicken thighs or whatever cut you like. Coat them in Dijon mustard (and/or spicy mustard, BBQ, Buffalo Sauce, ect), dip them in Panko crumbs (add parmesan and parsely if you like)and bake on 350 for about an hour.

What have you been cooking as a healthy meal at home?
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#12585679 - 01/19/18 09:49 AM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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so Panko is ok?
we eat a lot of thighs

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#12585709 - 01/19/18 10:05 AM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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I don't like thighs or Dijon, but I do like white meat and BBQ or buffalo sauce!

I'm not exactly sure what "panko" actually means, even though I've seen it on menus over the last couple years. I'll look it up.

As for recipes, I'll add a couple later.

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#12586075 - 01/19/18 01:41 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: butch sanders]
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Originally Posted By: butch sanders
so Panko is ok?
we eat a lot of thighs


Better than deep fried in oil.
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#12586077 - 01/19/18 01:41 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Indianation65]
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Originally Posted By: Indianation65
I don't like thighs or Dijon, but I do like white meat and BBQ or buffalo sauce!

I'm not exactly sure what "panko" actually means, even though I've seen it on menus over the last couple years. I'll look it up.

As for recipes, I'll add a couple later.

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https://www.google.com/search?ei=SEliWvs...1.0.z2KZ7r-CUbw

https://www.livestrong.com/article/332454-panko-bread-crumbs-nutrition-information/



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#12591992 - 01/23/18 11:04 AM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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Originally Posted By: Bass_Bustin_Texan
Originally Posted By: butch sanders
so Panko is ok?
we eat a lot of thighs


Better than deep fried in oil.



Depends on the oil. Olive oil is high in HDLs and good for shallow fried foods. Canola oil is low in saturated fats and good for deep fried foods. Panko crumbs are high in carbs.


Edited by tsspencer2887 (01/23/18 11:05 AM)

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#12592076 - 01/23/18 12:07 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: tsspencer2887]
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Originally Posted By: tsspencer2887
Originally Posted By: Bass_Bustin_Texan
Originally Posted By: butch sanders
so Panko is ok?
we eat a lot of thighs


Better than deep fried in oil.



Depends on the oil. Olive oil is high in HDLs and good for shallow fried foods. Canola oil is low in saturated fats and good for deep fried foods. Panko crumbs are high in carbs.


No oil needed on this recipe. Lay them on parchment paper and let them cook.

Use the Panko in moderation if you worry about the carbs. Sprinkle instead of rolling it.
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#12592078 - 01/23/18 12:08 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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So, no one else has a recipe? Just a Q & A on mine? LOL!
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#12592138 - 01/23/18 12:42 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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The 'Healthy' part is the kicker. I cook with lard, bacon grease, and coconut oil. It's healthy but nobody believes it. I guess my soups are healthy, but their meats are browned in one of the three, so there we go again.
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#12596818 - 01/26/18 03:43 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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I have a healthier suggestion.

Use Coconut Flour instead of panko.

Bacon grease is healthy as long as it is refrigerated.
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#12600144 - 01/29/18 10:34 AM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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i make coconut flour
tortillas
& pizza crust

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#12600890 - 01/29/18 05:21 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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Im a very low to no carb guy, ive not heard of coconut flour, looking into it

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#12601779 - 01/30/18 08:10 AM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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Good sub for regular flour. Also almond flour and flaxseed flour. They all have fewer than 3 net grams of carbs per 1/4 cup serving. (Regular wheat flour is ~21 net grams per 1/4 cup serving.)

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#12603078 - 01/30/18 08:23 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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Cast, some food experts are saying lard in moderation is better than all this processed and hydronated stuff because it is natural and our body knows how to process it. Plus, there is no way to cook a good mess of greens without bacon and bacon fat. I love to eat at Patsy's which is pretty much in Fink and her cooks know how to cook and season greens. Hubby goes for the calf livers on Tuesday's and I enjoy her chicken fried steak and all the other various veggies you get as part of the meal, but I relish the greens. Yes, we will have to eat at Patsy's this coming Tuesday.

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#12603579 - 01/31/18 08:21 AM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: TexasBlonde]
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Cast, some food experts are saying lard in moderation is better than all this processed and hydronated stuff because it is natural and our body knows how to process it. Plus, there is no way to cook a good mess of greens without bacon and bacon fat. I love to eat at Patsy's which is pretty much in Fink and her cooks know how to cook and season greens. Hubby goes for the calf livers on Tuesday's and I enjoy her chicken fried steak and all the other various veggies you get as part of the meal, but I relish the greens. Yes, we will have to eat at Patsy's this coming Tuesday.


Patsy's is good grub...but nothing beats Mo's Grill. Casey and Angela are master chefs.
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#12603650 - 01/31/18 09:09 AM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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Butter too. It’s now been said that butter is better for us than margarine. It’s always been butter for us. Salted butter.
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#12603942 - 01/31/18 12:21 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: TexDawg]
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Im a very low to no carb guy, ive not heard of coconut flour, looking into it


cook it 1st & then add pizza stuff
if you use it for tortillas, just do it like you always do

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#12605948 - 02/01/18 05:14 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: butch sanders]
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Originally Posted By: butch sanders
i make coconut flour
tortillas
& pizza crust


Almond Flour is also awesome!
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#12605951 - 02/01/18 05:16 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: krawlin 47]
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Originally Posted By: krawlin 47
Originally Posted By: butch sanders
i make coconut flour
tortillas
& pizza crust


Almond Flour is also awesome!


Yes it is but good grief it's expensive!
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#12606468 - 02/01/18 09:53 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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Anybody have a good lo-fat corn dog recipe??



Didn’t think so. Dang it.
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#12617114 - 02/08/18 11:37 AM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: lakeforkfisherman]
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Anybody have a good lo-fat corn dog recipe??



Didn’t think so. Dang it.


yes
go find this, Tom Thumb has them

https://lightlife.com/products/smart-dogs

then roll them in coconut flower
i promise you will like it

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#12617644 - 02/08/18 04:34 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: H2O Seeker]
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Originally Posted By: H2O Seeker
Originally Posted By: krawlin 47
Originally Posted By: butch sanders
i make coconut flour
tortillas
& pizza crust


Almond Flour is also awesome!


Yes it is but good grief it's expensive!


I generally use this when pan frying a pork chop or chicken - and also on Veal...it is amazing and a small bag really goes a long way.
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#12617838 - 02/08/18 07:02 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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so is veal ok?

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#12618873 - 02/09/18 11:21 AM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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Oh heck yes... I eat all proteins for the most part.

Meat
Full Fat Dairy
Veggies
lower sugar fruits
Some Nuts
Occassional Legumes

Its really pretty easy after you make the change....Almond crusted Veal Scaloppini with mushrooms, lemon butter or marinara, spagetti squash and a potabella - YUM.
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#12619041 - 02/09/18 01:06 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Bass_Bustin_Texan]
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Wife has been making a mac and cheese in which you still use cheese but much less of it and mix it with cauliflower you put into a food processor, its actually pretty dang good.
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#12619497 - 02/09/18 06:54 PM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: krawlin 47]
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Originally Posted By: krawlin 47
Oh heck yes... I eat all proteins for the most part.

Meat
Full Fat Dairy
Veggies
lower sugar fruits
Some Nuts
Occassional Legumes

Its really pretty easy after you make the change....Almond crusted Veal Scaloppini with mushrooms, lemon butter or marinara, spagetti squash and a potabella - YUM.


thanks
that sounds great

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#12621891 - 02/11/18 11:32 AM Re: Share Recipes of Healthy Cooking [Re: Der Vorsteher]
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Originally Posted By: Der Vorsteher�
Wife has been making a mac and cheese in which you still use cheese but much less of it and mix it with cauliflower you put into a food processor, its actually pretty dang good.
real good!!!! I crave cauliflower as long as it still has a little crunch to it. Soggy is no Bueno.
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