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    Cohen's Recipes

    I'm not doing Cohen's but found some of the recipes to suit low carbers so thought it would be a good idea to put some of the recipes in one thread so that way it would not just suit low carbers but also suit Cohen's followers.


    Zucchini Frittata
    Ingredients:
    Time: 10 mins
    Difficulty: Easy
    Serving Size: Serves 1

    Zucchini (Grated)

    Onion (Thinly Sliced)

    1 Egg

    2 Crackers (crushed)

    1 tsp Psyllium Husks

    Salt, Garlic Powder & Paprika (approx 1/4 tsp in total)

    prepare onion & zucchinni
    Crush crackers (4 salada squares or 2 premiums)

    Measure & mix together the Salt, Garlic Powder & Paprika (approx 1/4 tsp)

    Beat your egg
    Once all ingredients are prepared mix vegetables together, then add seasonings - mix well

    Add beaten egg and mix well

    Add crushed crackers & Psyllium Husks

    Add small dollops to a lightly sprayed non-stick frypan and flatten out into mini frittata shapes, place the lid on the fry pan and turn the heat down to low to make sure they cook all the way through without burning the bottoms, flip when cooked & Enjoy!
    Last edited by bare_essentials; 08-05-2010 at 05:10 PM.

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    Re: Cohen's Recipes

    Zucchini Hash Browns

    1 Egg
    Zucchini, grated (allowance)
    Onion, thinly sliced (allowance)
    2 Crispbreads, crumbed
    Herbs

    1. Mix the vegetables
    2. Beat egg and add to vegetable mix
    3. Add crispbreads to mix with herbs
    4. Pour into frying pan in small sections and cook both sides

    All credit to the "Cohen's Lifestyle Clinic - Recipe Book" that this was copied directly from

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    Re: Cohen's Recipes

    Zucchini Pasta

    Slice zucchini into very thin strips

    Spread zucchini strips in a thin layer across paper towel.

    Cover lightly with paper towel and leave on bench to dry out for 3 - 4 hours. Alternatively, put in fridge for the day.


    Instructions:
    Lightly sautee strips in pan with a spray of cooking oil, together with garlic or any herbs you desire, until golden brown. A medium heat works best if you like it crunchy, lower heat will make the strips softer.

    Enjoy as a substitute for pasta! Best eaten immediately.



    This will not freeze, but prepared, uncooked strips will last in an airtight container in fridge for several days.

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    Re: Cohen's Recipes

    Prawn, Asparagus and Mango Salad

    Ingredients:
    salad leaves

    vinegar

    salt & black pepper

    prawns

    mangoes

    asparagus

    tomato

    parsley

    mint leaves

    garlic

    Preparation:
    De-shell cooked prawns

    Pre wash salad leaves

    Instructions:
    In a bowl add salad leaves, tomato, asparagus (canned), tomato and onion in a bowl.

    add salt and pper to taste with a small amount of vinegar & garlic. add in prawns.

    Sit aside for about 30min in the fridge covered.

    Just before you are ready to serve, add in mint, parsley and mango.

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    Re: Cohen's Recipes

    Creamy Zucchini Soup

    1 Zucchini sliced
    1/4 Onion diced
    2 Fresh Basil Leaves
    Ricotta cheese
    Salt
    Pepper

    1. In pan, Soften onion in olive oil sprayand tblsp water (you dont want to brown the onion!)

    2. Add zucchini and basil and 1 cup of water.

    3. Simmer until zucchini is soft

    4. Remove from heat.

    5. Add ricotta

    6. Blend til smooth and creamy.

    7. add salt and pepper!



    You can use fetta in place of ricotta. If you plan on that then I'd reccomend to also add garlic

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    Re: Cohen's Recipes

    Zucchini is such a versatile vegetable, its amazing all of the different things you can do with it.

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    Re: Cohen's Recipes

    Tell me about it. I bought a bag of zucchini the other day and now have to use it up and just found all these cool recipes so thought i'd share.

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    Re: Cohen's Recipes

    Thanks so much BE for taking the time to post these recipes . I have never really tried zucchini before but am going to try the 'pasta' , sounds great.
    DAISY







    Small steps to a healthy lifestyle....here we go



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    Re: Cohen's Recipes

    The next zucchini recipe I want to try is this zucchini pizza base!

    http://cleochatra.blogspot.com/2009/...st-recipe.html

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