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Thread: SEAHORSE PIZZA

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    Super Member mrspete's Avatar
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    I love this, can't eat it anymore because of diabetes. So if you are such, caution......it's wonderful.

    Take one of those already made pizza doughs, smear alfredo sauce on it, add lots of shrimp and whatever else you like with it, I'm an onion freak....then cover it with mozzerella and cook med heat until it is slightly toasted on the edges and the cheeze melts.

    Lawww chile, you gonna slap yo mammy cause she didn't think of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrspete
    Lawww chile, you gonna slap yo mammy cause she didn't think of it.
    You're funny! :P I'm gonna try this--I'm diabetic too but I'm gonna try it just once.

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    Maybe a whole wheat pizza crust would help if you are diabetic?

    I am going to have to try this!!! I love pizza, shrimp and alfredo sauce:D:D:D thank you for sharing this :D:D:D

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    yummy. thanks for sharing!

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    Breakfast here I come. Pizza

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    Oh, YUM!

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    Try this very similar recipe! PIROGS

    Saute @ 1/2 C Chopped Onion, 1 diced chicken breast, 1 Pkg Med shrimp (diced)
    Sprinkle in some chopped spinach when chicken is ready
    Add Chopped artichoke hearts 1 can(In Brine - not Marinated)
    Add jar of Alfredo sauce (I use Classico roasted garlic)Remove from heat.
    Cut Pistolettes(or other sandwich rolls) in half lengthwise
    Broil to crispy light brown
    Scoop on mixture (not too heaping)
    Cover well with Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
    Broil Again
    Slice up as appetizers or just dig in. Oh my - Oh my!
    We call them Pirogs (Pee-Rogs)or(Pee-roges)

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    Now that sounds pretty good, too. M L Late. I only have my neice's name for this concoction we fix and eat. Who knows, there might be something in the cook books like it with a proper name. Thanks for phonics, I'd never have known how to pronounce that, even after having lived over in Italy. With this southern twang, it wouldn't matter how I pronounced it, surely would not sound close. (my kids told me that and they don't lie, hahahahaha) Bon Appetit

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    Tried your recipe - Yum! Loved it! Thanks it's a keeper.

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    Yum, that sounds awesome.

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    Oh...yum your making me hungry :)
    Will have to try. Thanks

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    OMG...can't wait to try this! Thanks, Mrs. Pete and M.L.! :D :D

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    oh yummmmie, frosty margaritas...my favorite. Have you tried the Fruitisa Drink at Taco Bell??? so good, both reg and stwawberry, Got to read this one n2scraplvr. Thanks.

    Blessings,
    Ruth

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrspete
    oh yummmmie, frosty margaritas...my favorite. Have you tried the Fruitisa Drink at Taco Bell??? so good, both reg and stwawberry, Got to read this one n2scraplvr. Thanks.

    Blessings,
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    Hi Ruth! No, I haven't tried it yet, but bet they are both great! Thanks!! :D :D

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    Sounds delicious

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    I put this recipe in our new cookbook that the Women of the Moose has coming out. About four people have already told me that they stole it and love it, too. teeheeeheeee. It is addictive. M.L. Late, love your recipe, too. I forgot to post that. WE do one siimilar but instead of alfredo sauce we use ranch dressing, sooo good! Blessings, Ruth

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