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Program #772Leisa Marie Mounts
Recipes Provided courtesy of Loafin’ Around Bakery, Greer, SC
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Springtime Shrimp, Avocado and Mandarin Orange Salad
1 pkg cooked shrimp, peeled/deveined
2 cans mandarin oranges, reserve juice
6 cups chopped romaine or bag of spinach salad
¼ tsp salt
¼ tps black pepper
1 Avocado sliced and cut into 12 wedges
2 Tbsp Tarragon
1 tsp finely chopped onion
¼ tsp black pepper
2 tsp brown sugar
¼ tsp salt
1 tbsp olive oil
Put Romaine or Spinach in Large serving bowl. In a separate bowl, drain shrimp and then toss with salt and black pepper. Set aside. In another bowl, put 4 Tbsp of the reserved mandarin orange juice, stir in the brown sugar to dissolve it. Add the onion, the Tarragon the salt and the black pepper. Whisk in the olive oil to make dressing. Pour over the salad and spinach and toss to coat with dressing. Add the sliced avocado to the servings on plates.
Quick Baked Apples with Granola
4 Crisp Apples (Braeburn, Fuji or Gala)
2 Tbsp Honey
4 crunchy Granola Bars, crushed
Yogurt, milk, cream or ice cream if desired
2 Tbsp Raisins
4 tsp butter or margarine
Cut apples in half lengthwise. Using spoon, remove and discard cores, making at least a 1-inch indentation in each apple half. In microwavable pie plate, arrange apple halves, cut sides up. If needed, cut thin slice off bottoms to keep halves from tipping. Fill each apple half evenly with raisins and honey; dot with butter. Cover with microwavable plastic wrap, folding back one edge 1/4 inch to vent steam. Microwave on High 5 to 6 minutes or until apples are tender. Top each with granola. Serve with milk, yogurt or ice cream if desired
Visit Leisa Marie at the Barnyard Market on Hwy 101 in Greer, SC every Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 3 pm. Rain or Shine. To order custom bake work, please call the number listed above or contact via the internet at either one of the web addresses.
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