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My worst creation to date

Monday, August 05, 2013

1 cup of quinoa (dry)
1 cup black beans
2 cups sliced squash
2 cups cubed butternut squash
1 medium onion chopped
1 carrot

1/4 cup of parmesan cheese
1/2 cup 2% shredded cheddar cheese
1 egg

prepare quinoa according to package directions
steam squash, onion, and carrot
mix veggies, quinoa, egg and parm cheese and beans

bake at 350 for appx 20 mins

remove from oven cover with shredded cheese and bake until cheese is melted

Sounds good right?

WRONG!!! It was the most horrible thing I have ever made. I packaged it up and sent it into work for the 2 human garbage disposals there. They ate it... ugh, NASTY stuff
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    It sounded good up until the cheese! I HATE it when a creation doesn't turn out. I hate wasting food!!
    1719 days ago
    You would think all those flavors would work. Good for you for trying quinoa! I've tried to like it, but it's my least favorite whole grain! Good luck with your next creation.
    1719 days ago
    Sounds like you got "squashed". (Pun intended)
    1719 days ago
    Good thing you have human garbage disposals in your life!
    The next couple of experiments will be delicious, the rule of averages.
    I am on a mission to learn delicious ways to prepare venison.
    Still learning over here.
    I like making curry with venison that has soaked in youghurt overnight. With raisins and onions.
    It comes out quite nicely. Still researching!

    1720 days ago
    Sorry! Wonder why it turned out so badly. Not enough seasonings? Or maybe the squash was bitter. I made something with bitter squash one time. Didn't know it was bitter until after I cooked it. Ick! Don't give up trying new recipes. Some are really good!
    1720 days ago
    Sorry. It sounded good.
    1720 days ago
  • ZRIE014
    sorry that it did not work out
    1720 days ago
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