Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Lunch Box Chronicles: Day Fifty-Nine Spelt Right Shrimp Patty (Guest Chronicler Daniel M.)

This recipe offers a great southern twist to Spelt Right dough.  Daniel, who hails from southern Georgia, brought us this treat in corn bread several years ago.  It has an amazing bite.   He decided to give the recipe a try with Spelt Right dough.  It was wonderful!

The slight problem is that Daniel provided us the ingredients without clear instructions as to how to actually make it.   You have to understand that Daniel is an incredibly talented artist and his hands just magically create wonders without needing a clear set of directions to follow. Most of us, on the other hand, are slightly creatively challenged and need a little more guidance. Here's a link to Daniel's website. Do yourself a treat and browse through it.  You will feel inspired.

Ingredients:  One Spelt Right Pizza Dough (fully thawed and risen).  And, Daniel's art inspired recipe "cilantro, tomatoes, garlic, hot peppers, red palm oil, and shrimp."  In an effort to try to 'frame' this work of art, our assumptions are that you chop and combine all of the ingredients (use reasonable amounts to taste) and saute in red palm oil.  Then place enough of the filling on a rolled out round of Spelt Right Pizza Dough and fold over, pinching the edges to prevent dripping.   Bake at 375-400 on baking sheet until browned.

REMEMBER, this recipe came from an intuitive artist with magical hands.  You may have to work in some of your own magic to reach the result you desire.

VOTE: DELICIOUS - two thumbs up.  Probably a recipe that best fits adults as the hot pepper gives it quite a kick.

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