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Portobello Sandwich February 10, 2012

Filed under: Entrée Recipes — Mztykk_Kreation @ 9:53 PM
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This is a super simple recipe for a quick and easy sandwich! You are guaranteed to feel full and satisfied after!

 

Ingredients:

  • 1 Portobello
  • 1 Favorite Pepper (i used jalapeno)
  • Sprouts
  • 1 Avocado
  • 1 Tomato
  • Spinach or other favorite green
  • Olive oil, Apple Cider Vinegar, or favorite dressing
  • Salt, and other spices you would like to add. (I used oregano and basil)

 

Lay the portobello on the counter and place hand on top. With a serrated knife, cut the portobello  across so that you get two circular pieces. Flip the bottom part half over so that the darker inner part of the mushroom is facing up. Spread the avocado on it. Add salt and spices. Now start piling on your favorites! I add jalapenos, spinach, tomato, and sprouts. Spritz with Olive Oil and Apple Cider Vinegar.  Cut in half and enjoy!! You wont be disappointed!

 

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Black Bread! April 6, 2010

Filed under: All Other Recipes — Mztykk_Kreation @ 11:49 AM
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The crispness depends on how long your willing to wait, and how thick you make your slices. i suggest making them thin because they are soo filling!

Ingredients:

-1 chopped apple

-1 chopped summer squash

-1 cup sunflower seeds

-2 cups super ground flax

– 1 cup water

– poppy seeds

-salt

Put sunflower seeds and water in the FP until it is pretty smooth. Add the apple until smooth. Add the squash until smooth. Put in your poppy seeds and briefly blend.  Poor the mixture into a mixing bowl and add ground flax and some salt to your taste. Mix it up well with wooden spoon folding it over and things of the sort. Spread it onto teflex sheet and shape it into a square. Put it into the dehydrator 105 degrees for 5 hours. Flip it over onto the mesh sheets. let “cook” another 5 hours, or until it is soft but a little crisp. Cut it into slices and place back into the dehydrator for another hour or so, depending on how you like the texture of your bread!