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Eri-pingaro: Mediterranean/Middle Eastern Inspired Dish

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posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 02:39 AM
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Eri-pingaro:
This is a recipe I created about a year ago, I had a craving for an Mediterranean/Middle Eastern type food... So I came up with this with some stuff I had around the house... this is the first dish like this I have ever fixed... but trust me it turned out GOOD!!!

If you will forgive the style the recipe is in, I hope you can make sense of it and enjoy a good meal



*2-3 Tomatoes skinned if desired
*1 can of Asparagus
*1 can of spinach
*1 ear of corn or half a can
*Green olives - plenty
*Black olives - plenty
*1 can chick peas
*Plenty of fresh basil
*Fresh sage leaves
*Mozzarella Cheese
*Tortillas or Peta Bread


for spices i didn't use any measurements... just add to taste by using this confusing guide, lol

*pickling spice -major (spice used for canning pickles...)
*cumin - dab
*dried sweet basil - major
*Kansas city steak seasoning –dab or for a substation use Creole Seasing or Soul Seasoning
*LOTS of fresh Basil
*Some Fresh sage
*dab of black pepper
*salt to taste



drain juices from veggiess. put a little bit of oil in skillet enough to coat bottom
put a lil bit of green olive juice into skillet with oil
put in veggies
put in spices
stir
cook for 20-25 minutes or until juices/oil become "thick"

serve on a tortilla with mozzarella cheese generously on top of the tortilla
place desired amount of veggies on tortilla
then top with plenty of cheese!!! I do mean plenty!

(You can add Feta and or Goat cheese during the cooking process if you want...
but Mozzarella cheese as a topper is a must!!!
)


chicken could be used in this recipe... just pre cook it and add a lil extra seasoning to the mix



this recipe could also be used to make snack wraps as well...


it costs around 8-12 bucks to make, so its not a cheap meal by any means... but ya gotta indulge once in a while don't ya?
and it can feed 3 with hefty portions... or about 5-6 with adequate portions...

I call it Eri-pingaro
pronounced
are-ping-arrow
made the name up
by combing my name
ERIc and sPINach and the ARO was for good measure, lol, kinda sounds like Asparagus

-Evol Eric




posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 02:42 AM
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My wife who is a very picky eater, loves that recipe!
I'm a meat eater.... No Meat to me equals no meal, lol
but this, even without meat... is awesome!

I bring it to my family get togethers... they love it...


If you don't like something in the recipe, play with it and change it around

Thats how you learn

edit on 4/19/11 by EvolEric because: (no reason given)



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