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Tofu Shrimp Stir-Fry two©

In a medium-sized skillet pour 1/8 cup of extra virgin olive oil, move the pan around in the air until the olive oil completely covers the pan.  Then pour in 1 Tbsp of soy sauce and 1 Tbsp of Worcestershire Sauce. Move the pan around to mix in with the other sauces.  You will notice that they will settle in bubble pockets, that’s ok.

Place (8) pieces of jumbo shrimp in the pan.  Turn the pan on low and simmer the shrimp.  Mix in 1 tsp of Trader Joe’s 21 Seasonings and 1 tsp of Goya Adobos.

Cut (8) 2″ cubes of tofu and toss them in the fry pan, mix well and keep on low, stirring regularly

Add 1/2 cup of snap peas, 1/2 baby corns, 1/4 sliced carrots, 1/4 sliced red onion, continue to stir regularly

Add 1 Tbsp of honey, mixing well.  Cook for 3 minutes and spread over white steamed rice and serve

© Copyright 2014 Felina Silver Robinson


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Felina’s Tomato and Cheese Croissants©

Step One:

Turn on your oven to 350º then spray one cookie sheet with Pam (original)

Step Two:

Unroll a pack of Pillsbury Big & Flaky Croissants on a piece of wax paper

Step Three:

Cut four pieces of White American Cheese in half

Wash, then cut one plum tomato in half the long way, then cut in thin slices

Step Four:

  1. Place one 1/2 a slice of cheese on the end of a flat unrolled croissant
  2. Then place a 1/2 slice of tomato on top of the 1/2 slice of cheese
  3. Sprinkle a dash of pepper and a dash of salt on top of the slice of cheese
  4. Place a single piece of fresh parsley on top of the tomato
  5. Then roll the croissant, repeat items 1-5 for the 7 remaining croissants

Step 5:

Lay all rolled croissants on the sprayed cookie sheet at least two inches aways from each other. Then cook in the preheated oven for a total of 15 minutes rotating the tray after the first 7 minutes. Let cool for 4 minutes, grab a cup of coffee or tea or even a glass of orange juice or milk and enjoy!

Don’t forget to turn off your oven before you start enjoying your croissants.

 

 


1) Grilled Cheese Panini©

Step one: heat up Panini press

Step two: lightly coat bread with honey mustard or honey dijon mustard

Step three:

place desired toppings 1st: place 1 slice provolone cheese on each slice of coated bread

place (4) pieces of thinly sliced plum tomato on one slice of bread

place an array of thinly sliced red, orange and yellow sweet peppers atop of the plum tomato

place pickled onions across the top of the peppers

Step four: place the sandwich in the Panini press for 2-4 minutes.

Step five: Pour yourself and nice cold drink and sit back and enjoy your sandwich!

 

2) Linguini and Shrimp with Cracked Pepper©

Step One: Fill a medium-sized saucepan halfway with water and mix in 1/2 tsp of olive oil and 1/4 tsp of salt.  While waiting for the water to boil move to step 2.

Step Two:

Chop up 1/2 of a small yellow sweet pepper, a small orange sweet pepper and a small red sweet pepper after washing them and removing their seeds. Place them in a medium size skillet, lightly coating it with olive oil.

Chop up 1/2 of a small shallot, mincing it. Then add it into the skillet.

Thinly slice 1 plum tomato after cutting it in half the long way. Then add it into the skillet.

Add in 3 shakes of 21 seasonings from Trader Joe’s and 3 shakes of Goya Adobos seasoning.

Add in 1 cup of medium-sized shrimp and cook until the shrimp is fluffy and cooked

Set aside skillet

Step three:

Thoroughly cook a hand full of pasta after breaking it in half.  Once cooked drain and add to skilled with shrimp and vegetable mix. Cook for five minutes stirring regularly.

Step 4: Place food on the desired plate, sprinkle the top with fresh parsley and the desired amount of cracked pepper then enjoy!

 


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Felina’s Spinach Tuna Salad w/Honey Mustard Dressing©

everything spinach tuna salad

Step 1: Mix the following ingredients together in a medium sized mixing bowl in the order as listed: Note: Please mix after adding each ingredient.

(2) cans of Starkist Albacore white Tuna in water (be sure to squeeze out all of the water and please recycle your cans after rinsing them out). Completely break apart the tuna  with a fork.

(1) Tbsp of Hellman’s light mayonnaise

(1) Tbsp of Miracle Whip light

(2) small cloves of garlic (finely minced)

(1) small shallot (finely diced)

(1) small celery stalk (finely diced)

(3) sweet gherkin pickles (finely diced)

(1) tsp sugar

(1/4) tsp of salt

(1/4) cup of golden raisins

Place bowl in the refrigerator while you prepare the rest of the salad.

Step 2: Get a small bowl and mix the following ingredients together using a small wire whisk (or spoon):

(2) Tbsp of Honey

(1) Tbsp of Grey Poupon Mustard

(1) Tsp of Virgin olive oil

Place this bowl in the refrigerator while you prepare the salad

Step 3:

On your desired plate place the following ingredients:

(1) handful of thoroughly rinsed baby spinach

Sprinkle the following atop the bread of baby spinach:

(1/4) cup of triangle cut cucumber (dried with a dish cloth)

(1) small plum tomato cubed (dried with a dish cloth)

Step 4:

Remove the bowl of Tuna Salad mix from the refrigerator and generously spread it about the bead of baby spinach

Step 5:

Remove the bowl of Honey Mustard Dressing, mix it once again before spreading it about your salad.

Enjoy!

 


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