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gulfcoastguy
Monday, July 21, 2014, 1:38am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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From the free magazine by Rouses's supermarket

Smoked Mullet Dip (use your local smoked fish)
8 ounces cream cheese(I use Neuchaftel as standard sub)
2 teaspoons Worchestshire Sauce(Lee & Perrins Natural is corn syrup free)
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoon minced shallot
1 tablespoon minced fresh dill
4 drops of hot sauce (I'd use a small hot pepper like cayenne )
12 to 16 ounces skinless boneless smoked mullet or other hot smoked fish
ground black pepper
chopped parsley and chives for garnish

Combine cheese, Worchestshire, lemon juice, shallot, and dill in a food processor and pulse, season and pulse, fold in flaked and smoked mullet. Garnish. Makes 4 cups

I've added all of the subs that I can think of. I think that this would be good to stuff celery, rice crackers, crudite, ect.
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Quoted from gulfcoastguy
From the free magazine by Rouses's supermarket

Smoked Mullet Dip (use your local smoked fish)
8 ounces cream cheese(I use Neuchaftel as standard sub)
2 teaspoons Worchestshire Sauce(Lee & Perrins Natural is corn syrup free)
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoon minced shallot
1 tablespoon minced fresh dill
4 drops of hot sauce (I'd use a small hot pepper like cayenne )
12 to 16 ounces skinless boneless smoked mullet or other hot smoked fish
ground black pepper
chopped parsley and chives for garnish

Combine cheese, Worchestshire, lemon juice, shallot, and dill in a food processor and pulse, season and pulse, fold in flaked and smoked mullet. Garnish. Makes 4 cups

I've added all of the subs that I can think of. I think that this would be good to stuff celery, rice crackers, crudite, ect.


I want some of this NOW.


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P.S.  Yeah, I know I'm not supposed to have the cream cheese, for one thing.  My previous statement still stands.  


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Good to hear from you Twisty. What about Neuchaftel? It's usual "Lite" cream cheese until you read the fine print. I was beginning to wonder with 144 views and no replies.

BTW my new male boxer puppy was 4 weeks old yesterday. In a little less than 4 weeks I can pick Waldo up.
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Awww, congrats on the puppy.

Honestly, looking at that recipe I can't even begin to think how to alter it to make it compliant.


Ruth, Single Mother to 20 yo  O- Leah , 18 yo O- Hannah, and  13 yo B+ Jack


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I only post recipes that are roughly "kosher" for B Nomads. A type foods are virtually a foreign language to me and O type is sometimes like trying to decipher a cockney accent though it is at least the same language.
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Mmmm. Grilled Whiting instead of smoked fish - check. Black dot lite sour cream instead of.... -- check, check. Wheat free worcey sauce - yeah and I'm willing to put up with the tamarind in it. Drops of liquified chili powder....perfect! Gives it the imitation smoky mouth feel. No google translate needed for this one


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Quoted from gulfcoastguy
Good to hear from you Twisty. What about Neuchaftel? It's usual "Lite" cream cheese until you read the fine print. I was beginning to wonder with 144 views and no replies.

BTW my new male boxer puppy was 4 weeks old yesterday. In a little less than 4 weeks I can pick Waldo up.

Just now seeing this, believe it or not.  I'd probably go with soft goat cheese, if I were trying for relative compliance.  However, I'm an O who doesn't have much prob if I allow myself some dairy avoids, usually in the form of non-fat (the ONLY thing I actually prefer non-fat to full fat in, is yogurt, isn't that weird?) plain yogurt, or a good quality cheese.  ...Okay, so rarely I will indulge in some organic, HFCS-free, junk-free ice cream, too, in the form of Publix Organic ("Greenwise") vanilla, with ten tons of organic ceylon cinnamon added by moi, or something totally sinful that I have discovered called Alden's Mint Chip.  Day-uuuum, I'm not on the board for months and right outta the shoot I'm a BAD influence!  

Anyway, this recipe sounds divine.


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P.S.  Harvested my first "crop" (about five *lol*) of banana peppers last night!     Had one this morning in a breakfast I whipped up of brown basmati rice, chicken, carrots, onion, fresh Thai basil also harvested from my new garden, olive oil, lemon juice and the cooked banana pepper...and sea salt...and...wait for the dairy avoid *lol*...CHEDDAR.

Breakfast of champions, baby!  Anyway, the banana pepper rocked it and I could use banana pepper instead of the hot sauce in your dip here...not that it would be hot, but it would give a nice bite.


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