Queasy quail eggs
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Queasy quail eggs
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:19:26 AM. Recipe ID 50768. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Queasy quail eggs
 Categories: Crs, Kids, Hlween, Gross
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      1    Dozen small boiling
           Potatoes
  1 1/2 c  Frozen broccoli
           Salt
      8 oz Jar Cheez Whiz

MMMMM---------------------------TOOLS--------------------------------
      1 lg Saucepan
      2 sm Saucepans
           Fork
           Spoon
           Blender
           Mixing bowl
           Platter
 
  Wash potatoes thoroughly incold water and place them in the large
  saucepan. Place frozen broccoli in small saucepan. Cover both with
  water and a pinch of salt.
  
  Cook potatoes over high heat for approximately 15 minutes or until
  tender. Cook the broccoli about 5 minutes or until tender. Carefully
  drain the vegetables through a colander over the sink.
  
  Put the broccoli in the blender and blend on medium for a few
  secondsuntil it is the consistency of thick salsa.
  
  Place the cheese spread in a small saucepan and cook on low heat,
  stirring continuously, until it's completely melted.
  
  Remove cheese from the stove and pour into a mixing bowl. Add the
  broccoli and mix until the cheese is completely green.
  
  Using a fork, spear the potatoes one at a time and dip in the cheese
  mixture, covering completely. Set the potatoes on a platter, spoon
  extra cheese over and serve. Serves 4-6 foul fellows.
  
  Sicko serving suggestion: Rotten eggs are the perfect side dish to
  serve with chicken or other poultry. Just ask Mom or Dad to rustle up
  a dead bird and bake it!
  
  From the Book: Gross Grub by Cheryl Porter Random House ISBN
  0-679-86693-0
 




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Recipe ID 50768 (Apr 03, 2005)

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