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Chicken Piccata & Rice Casserole & Apple bluecheese salad

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Cook as instructed
1 box (7ounce) yellow curry rice. I used brown rice and maybe 1 t. curry. Cook rice. Put rice in bottom of large casserole. Dredge
4 (5-6 ounce boneless skinless chicken breasts in
1 cup flour seasoned with salt and pepper]. I used boneless skinless thighs. Fry in olive oil and butter 2-3 minutes til brown. Lay on top of rice. Put in frying pan with remaining oil and saute 1/2 min.
1 T. chopped shallots & 3 T. capers I substituted sweet onion and salad olives. Add
1 sliced lemon
1/2 can (about 7 ounces) coconut milk
1/2 t. sugar
I used 1/4 C. lemon juice. Boil one minute and pour mixture over chicken. Bake 15-20 minutes.



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Salad greens: Arugula. I used baby spinach.
Sprinkle with crumbled blue cheese.
Slice a quarter of an apple in thin slices and cut in thirds. Or leave slices whole and arrange or sprinkle on cheese
Saute walnuts and salt in olive oil until brown. Dump in a tiny bit of sugar if desired at the last minute. Sprinkle nuts on apples.
This really doesn't need a dressing but at the restaurant I was at, they put a little Chardonnay dressing on it. I serve it without.


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I'm gonna try these two on my DH as I think he would really like um............he loves blue cheese. I could eat the casserole if I subbed the sugar for Splenda and didn't eat the rice.


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I don't think it needs the sugar much but Splenda would be fine. Maybe it offsets the pucker of the lemon. But I don't see why you couldn't make that conglomeration and not put the rice under the chicken. But is there sugar in the coconut milk? I bet there is. You could even add the curry to the conglomeration. Use milk or evaporated milk instead. You could replace the rice with a bed of carrots, celery, shredded eggplant, summer squash, zuchini, mushrooms mixed together or any of them. Or tomato even. You might come up with some new taste treat.


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Or I could use cauliflower...............I love cauliflower, it reminds me of potatoes when you squish them up ex[fan]


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I love Cauliflower too :[IMG]idea0089.
When it gets away and ends up too soft from overcooking it......
I like to mash it like potatoes and sprinkle a little parmesan cheese on it and then say I meant to serve it this way

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Ohhhh yah, love cauliflower with parmesan or any kind of cheese for that matter. But in this recipe, I'd use something with color I think. Maybe a mixture of shredded carrots, zuchinni and summer squash.


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