ENDECA_EXCLUDE_START
ENDECA_EXCLUDE_END

Rebekah Rose's Profile

Rebekah Rose

About Rebekah Rose
Rebekah Rose's Recent Activity
Rebekah Rose rated and reviewed the recipe Spicy Chicken and Orzo Skillet
Spicy Chicken and Orzo Skillet
full spoonfull spoonfull spoonfull spoonempty spoon

"I thought this was great! Quick and easy and a lot of flavor. I substituted 1/4 tsp of ground cayenne pepper for the pepper flakes and omitted the garbanzo beans. I also diced up about 4 small carrots instead of using baby carrots. I would definitely use this again!"
Posted on 8/19/2010
Rebekah Rose rated and reviewed the recipe Spicy Chicken and Orzo Skillet
Spicy Chicken and Orzo Skillet
full spoonfull spoonfull spoonfull spoonempty spoon

"I thought this was great! Quick and easy and a lot of flavor. I substituted 1/4 tsp of ground cayenne pepper for the pepper flakes and omitted the garbanzo beans. I also diced up about 4 small carrots instead of using baby carrots. I would definitely use this again!"
Posted on 8/19/2010
Rebekah Rose rated and reviewed the recipe Grilled Chicken Kabobs with Thai Peanut Sauce
Grilled Chicken Kabobs with Thai Peanut Sauce
full spoonfull spoonfull spoonfull spoonempty spoon

"I made this in a skillet instead of kabobs because of time constraints - it was yummy!! I cubed my chicken, a red pepper, a small yellow onion and threw in a carton of whole button mushrooms into a hot TBS of olive oil in a skillet and sauteed that for about 25 minutes total. I had already started a pot of brown rice. While the meat and veggies were cooking, I prepared the sauce on the stove. I used reduced fat peanut butter, and splenda instead of sugar and used ground cayenne pepper instead of pepper sauce (still used 1/4 tsp). I used diluted distilled vinegar instead of rice vinegar. The sauce is really thick, but for my purposes I wanted it a little thinner and a little less strong so I added another 1/4 cup diluted vinegar (about half water/half vinegar that time to help make the flavor less intense). I poured the sauce over the finished veggies and chicken and let that meld together and served over rice. "
Posted on 8/17/2010
Rebekah Rose's Recipes
No recipes have been submitted.
Rebekah Rose's Recipe Reviews
Posted 8/19/2010 9:04:16 AM REPORT ABUSE
Spicy Chicken and Orzo Skillet
Spicy Chicken and Orzo Skillet
Rating:
I thought this was great! Quick and easy and a lot of flavor. I substituted 1/4 tsp of ground cayenne pepper for the pepper flakes and omitted the garbanzo beans. I also diced up about 4 small carrots instead of using baby carrots. I would definitely use this again!
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 8/19/2010 8:51:13 AM REPORT ABUSE
Spicy Chicken and Orzo Skillet
Spicy Chicken and Orzo Skillet
Rating:
I thought this was great! Quick and easy and a lot of flavor. I substituted 1/4 tsp of ground cayenne pepper for the pepper flakes and omitted the garbanzo beans. I also diced up about 4 small carrots instead of using baby carrots. I would definitely use this again!
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 8/17/2010 5:11:23 PM REPORT ABUSE
Grilled Chicken Kabobs with Thai Peanut Sauce
Grilled Chicken Kabobs with Thai Peanut Sauce
Rating:
I made this in a skillet instead of kabobs because of time constraints - it was yummy!! I cubed my chicken, a red pepper, a small yellow onion and threw in a carton of whole button mushrooms into a hot TBS of olive oil in a skillet and sauteed that for about 25 minutes total. I had already started a pot of brown rice. While the meat and veggies were cooking, I prepared the sauce on the stove. I used reduced fat peanut butter, and splenda instead of sugar and used ground cayenne pepper instead of pepper sauce (still used 1/4 tsp). I used diluted distilled vinegar instead of rice vinegar. The sauce is really thick, but for my purposes I wanted it a little thinner and a little less strong so I added another 1/4 cup diluted vinegar (about half water/half vinegar that time to help make the flavor less intense). I poured the sauce over the finished veggies and chicken and let that meld together and served over rice.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
ENDECA_EXCLUDE_START
 
ENDECA_EXCLUDE_END
ENDECA_EXCLUDE_START
ENDECA_EXCLUDE_END