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Green Chili Chicken and Pureed Cauliflower Sunday, December 12, 2010, 10:23 PM

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The chicken was from the recipe below. We had made it a while ago and it was good but this time, the chicken was kinda flavorless. I think it had to do with doing a quick defrost. Also, we may have over cooked it. We will try it again becuase we know it has been good in the past.

The cauliflower was...different. I steamed cauliflower and garlic for a long time and then, on the suggestion of a bunch of sites, used the food processor to puree it with some seasonings. I added Molly McButter, cheddar powder, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, pepper, crushed red pepper, etc. It was okay tasting but using the food processor was a mistake. It over purreed it. Next time, we will just mash it with a fork like we do for potatoes. It was like eating baby food. Still, I liked that it was essentially zero points. (some for the cheese I put in it as well)

Recipe and Points after break.

PointsPlus:

Chicken...3

cheese...2

Cauliflower...0

Cheese...1

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Smothered Green Chile Pepper Chicken (from CookingLight)

The mild spiciness of canned green chiles marries well with the creaminess of the melted mozzarella cheese. Fresh lime juice adds a bright note. Serve with Corn-Filled Mini-Muffins (a start-with-a-mix recipe) for an easy weeknight meal.

Prep: 4 minutes

Cook: 35 minutes

[My Note: It doesn't really say what to do but we sprinkle lime juice and taco seasoning, Then lay the pepper over it and sprinkle with cheese. Cover and bake.]



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