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Feb 1st, 2009 at 10:56am

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I cant see why you couldnt put the same ingredients into a Jaffle Iron that you use in a taco.

Mince precooked with cummin, garlic, chilli etc or a packet of taco mix.

Chopped fresh tomatoes

Chopped Lettuce or Coriander

Grated Cheese

Put between two double buttered slices of bread in a Jaffle Iron.

Put some salsa sauce either over it or in it as well.

 

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Reply #1 - Feb 1st, 2009 at 11:12am

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Sounds good Carolyn,
I had my first go at making corn tortillas yesterday & was a roaring success, needless to say we had beef baritos for dinner made with some left over "old El Paso" seasoning mix then toasted in the "George Foreman".

& probably the first Tortillas I have ever eaten which wern't full of preservatives, bute!

The Tortillas were suprisingly easy if you can make bread, it is simply a bread mix of 1/2 flour & 1/2 corn meal with yeast, knead as you would with bread, let double, nock back & roll out to size then into a med hot skillet without oil.....whellaah!!!

exactly the same mix as a corn bread I think I posted on here 12 mnths ago.

Next will be Naan bread, esientially the same but with yogurt added in place of the corn meal.
 

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Reply #2 - Feb 1st, 2009 at 11:18am

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I made gozme some time ago.  Really there is not much that isnt possible with the CO.

I dont think the filo pastry would have preservatives I will check the box next time.  I found that cooked really well in the CO.

Having granddies with alergies I know what a difference not having preservatives can make to some people.

I just love pancakes made with the buckwheat flour but the kids find it a bit strong.

My problem is that when I cook stuff I eat it LOL.   Much easier if you have a lot to share things with.
 

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Reply #3 - Feb 1st, 2009 at 7:23pm

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hmmmm cooked lettuce.. Does not grab me.. But I will try before I declare a "not like it...."
 


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Reply #4 - Feb 1st, 2009 at 11:35pm

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Rastas,
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Rastas000 wrote on Feb 1st, 2009 at 7:23pm:
hmmmm cooked lettuce.. Does not grab me.. But I will try before I declare a "not like it...." 


I am with you, Rastas!  I have tried it and it is not to my taste.  Give me crispy lettuce any day...even the old ice berg will do me!
 

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