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Old 12-07-2018, 05:11 PM   #16
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I just bought shrimp last month. This looks like a perfect recipe for us! How spicy was it with the cayenne in the marinade?
I actually used about half of what it called for and it still had a kick because of the pepper and curry. I also slightly blended the sauce because of my picky boy and I prefer the sauce that way.
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Old 12-07-2018, 05:34 PM   #17
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My version of a Greek bowl: Greek meatballs, yellow dill rice, Greek marinated salad (cuke, olive, red onion, chickpeas, artichokes, feta in a lemon vinaigrette), dill yogurt sauce, crumbled feta.



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I actually used about half of what it called for and it still had a kick because of the pepper and curry. I also slightly blended the sauce because of my picky boy and I prefer the sauce that way.
: tu I usually use tomato sauce instead of diced tomatoes in meals like this. I don't like tomatoes, but sauce is okay.

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My version of a Greek bowl: Greek meatballs, yellow dill rice, Greek marinated salad (cuke, olive, red onion, chickpeas, artichokes, feta in a lemon vinaigrette), dill yogurt sauce, crumbled feta.



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I love Greek food. Lemon, oregano, dill, feta are some of my most favorite flavors. I still need to perfect my dill yellow rice. I'm not sure why I can't get the texture right although the flavor was better this time. I wonder if I need to bloom the turmeric - maybe it needs to cook a little first so it doesn't give a chalky-like texture.
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