Warm salads make delicious appetizers, lunches or dinners and the contrast of a warm topping with a chilled salad base is really good. If you want to make something unusual, what about starting the day with a poached egg breakfast salad? Simply poach an egg in a pan of water and broil a couple of halved tomatoes. Top some baby leaf spinach with a couple of chopped slices of lean ham and the egg and tomatoes.
Create scary, silly, or jack-o-lantern faces using meat, cheese and vegetables pieces on round foods such as pizzas, cheese crisps, quesadilla or tostadas. You can use homemade pizzas or frozen cheese pizzas. Use pepperoni and black olives as eyes, red pepper pieces to form a nose or diced onions to create teeth. For cheese crisps use black olives for eyes shredded lettuce for a mouth, salsa or sour cream for noses or mouths. Be creative.
Peel chicken paprikash your potatoes and cut then into wedges assuming that they are large potatoes look to get about wedges out of each potato. You're looking for then to be chunky so that they'll stay in one piece as you turn them on the grill. Pop them into a pan of boiling water and let them boil for 10 minutes (no longer) they'll still be semi hard but that's OK because the cooking process will continue as the wedges cool.
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When the pumpkin is nice and clean inside (which could take you up to 15 minutes), rub a little olive oil inside and bake at 350 for 30 minutes, or until the inside of the pumpkin is starting to soften. The outside should paprika chicken still be rigid.
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Another thing you can do is to cook in large batches. For example, on Sunday night you should cook a whole bag of frozen chicken for your family. You can add different types seasonings to them so that there are different flavors for each piece of crock pot paprikash. Then you'll want to wrap up each piece of chicken individually and put it in the refrigerator. You'll want to do the same thing with pasta or rice.
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