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Lea Hogg

Smoky Chicken, Roasted Tomato and Cabbage Soup

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Chicken breast marinated in paprika, cabbage at 50c per piece and tomatoes at Euro1 per kilo, this soup is a perfect all-in-one healthy and wholesome meal.

You will need:

1 chicken breast marinated overnight in a tablespoon of olive oil and a tablespoon of smoked paprika

6 slices arrosto ham

1/2 cabbage, shredded

1/2 kilo tomatoes

1 carrot, diced

1 stock pot [I use Oxo chicken]

Garlic spray [I use Fry Light Garlic]

3 tablespoons mild and light olive oil

salt and pepper

1 bayleaf

fresh herbs of your choice and I use fresh thyme

1 litre water

Preheat oven to 220C.

Shred the cabbage and chop the tomatoes into quarters with skin on.  Line an ovenproof dish with baking paper and spray with garlic or avocado cooking spray.  Place the cabbage and chopped tomatoes on the dish and drizzle 2 tablespoons of…

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Exceedingly Flavorful Chaos – Baked Wontons

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“Where are the hornless dragons which carry bears on their backs for sport? Where is the great serpent with nine heads and where is the Shu-Hu?” (Zhuangzi ca. 3rd-2nd centuries BCE).

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The dragon, it seems, is right here, but both Shu and Hu have gone visiting. Their host is none other than Mr Chaos, as Confucius scathingly calls him, otherwise known as Hundun, Hun-Tun, Wantan, or  – you got it! – Wonton. It all depends on your Chinese pronunciation, Beautiful People.

“The emperor of the South Sea was called Shu [Brief], the emperor of the North Sea was called Hu [Sudden], and the emperor of the central region was called Hun-tun [Chaos]. Shu and Hu from time to time came together for a meeting in the territory of Hun-tun, and Hun-tun treated them very generously. Shu and Hu discussed how they could repay his kindness. “All men,” they said…

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Easy Cabbage Roll Casserole

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My husband loves cabbage rolls. The other day he told me he wanted to try a cabbage roll casserole. He researched some different recipes and came up with his own version to try. Since I had a client and I always take my clients out to eat, he decided to try it today. He was very pleased with how it turned out.

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Ingredients

Begin by cooking your ground beef and onion, cabbage and the rice.

Add the spices to the ground beef, add the tomatoes and then rice, mixing to combine.

In a 3 quart casserole dish, place half the cabbage, all of the ground beef mixture next, the rest of the cabbage and top with tomato sauce.

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Place into a 350 degree oven, covered, for one hour.

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