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    Re: What are you cooking tonight

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    If you have Netflix, check out "The Search for General Tso" for a really interesting and entertaining food documentary
    I'll have to look for that. Thanks.

    Also, my mom made a tortilla/naan type thing with chickpea flour that she said turned out quite tasty and of course, gluten free. I think it might have been something like what Mr. V posted ages back here. Worth checking out I'd guess.
    I've tried to make tortilla / naan / crepe type things with chickpea flour, but have never been successful. I might have to try using an actual recipe. Thanks for the reminder to look for Mr. V's recipes - I miss him.

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    Re: What are you cooking tonight

    Quote Originally Posted by cookieface View Post
    I've tried to make tortilla / naan / crepe type things with chickpea flour, but have never been successful. I might have to try using an actual recipe. Thanks for the reminder to look for Mr. V's recipes - I miss him.
    Mom said the key of the recipe was going in the oven at 500 degrees F. Which only a cast iron or copper pan can handle.

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    Mom said the key of the recipe was going in the oven at 500 degrees F. Which only a cast iron or copper pan can handle.
    Hmm, I'll have to try in the pizza oven. Thanks for the tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shell View Post
    Mom said the key of the recipe was going in the oven at 500 degrees F. Which only a cast iron or copper pan can handle.
    We use our ceramic pizza stone at that heat.

    ETA: It's not dinner, but I've been eating this salad every day for lunch this week. I have never had Nicoise salad before, and now that I've tried it I'm wondering how I've gone so long without it.
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    Re: What are you cooking tonight

    Quote Originally Posted by gingerkid View Post
    We use our ceramic pizza stone at that heat.

    ETA: It's not dinner, but I've been eating this salad every day for lunch this week. I have never had Nicoise salad before, and now that I've tried it I'm wondering how I've gone so long without it.
    I should have clarified that I meant what type of pan could handle it, because some of the variations on it require stove top cooking as well apparently.

    Salad looks yummy. Minus the eggs for me but I like the look of the vinaigrette recipe. Have you ever tried hearts of palm (just the jarred kind) or marinated artichokes in a salad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shell View Post
    I should have clarified that I meant what type of pan could handle it, because some of the variations on it require stove top cooking as well apparently.

    Salad looks yummy. Minus the eggs for me but I like the look of the vinaigrette recipe. Have you ever tried hearts of palm (just the jarred kind) or marinated artichokes in a salad?
    The vinaigrette is the best part! I subbed red wine vinegar for the cider vinegar because it's what I had. Definitely going to be making it again.

    I like them both, but have never had them in a salad, specifically. But they're also both pretty expensive here (otherwise I would eat all of the artichokes).

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