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Lamb for Dinner

How about a break from the jewelry? I finally fixed us a nice dinner. We had lamb chops on the BBQ, zucchini, and Brad's favorite baked orzo.

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Baked Orzo:

1 cup cooked orzo
2/3 c. light sour cream (I used half low-fat cottage cheese this time)
1 can diced green chilies
salt and pepper to taste
4 oz. grated pepper jack cheese

Stir together first four ingredients with half the pepper jack. Top with remaining pepper jack cheese. Bake at 350 for 35 min.

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Comments (6)

My green chillies are like your designer glasses. Stored carefully and looked at. Too hard to get by far!

Anyway, you did use bejeweled plates.

Yummmmm - the baked orzo looks great!

Thanks.

Kim:

Have you ever used fat free sour cream in the orzo? It looks good!

Palma:

I've never used "free", just "light", but I don't see why it wouldn't work. It is mainly for creaminess/moisture anyway. Try it, and let us know! I threw in cottage cheese last time, and it was good because I didn't have enough sour cream.

leslie:

Palma that looks fantastic!

You must be off soon - have a great trip, I hope it all goes brilliantly for you. May you have super weather, may all your cappuccini be perfectly made and I'm looking forward to reading about it on your return! :)

Kim:

Okay - it came out good with the fat free sour cream. I want to figure out though how to give it just a touch more of a kick now though - the peppers were good but maybe our cheese wasn't as spicy as I had hoped. Yum though and so easy to prepare.

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