How do u cook for a family of two when one has allergies to both pork / eggs?

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6 Responses to “How do u cook for a family of two when one has allergies to both pork / eggs?”

  1. bork1027 says:

    Have you tried sea food? There are so many tasty options out there. Some of my favorites are Baked Haddock, Shrimp, Deep Fried Lake Perch, Tuna Steaks, Lobster Tail, Crab Legs, etc.

    Also, you could try egg substitute products. I used to work for Perkins and they carried a product for people who were allergic to eggs.

  2. lil3 says:

    how about spaghetti and meatball? or chicken fettuccini? also try chicken and rice. none of those have eggs or pork.

  3. nouryture says:

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  4. paprklp says:

    Oven Roasted Greek Chicken
    4 Chicken thighs
    4 Chicken drumsticks
    2 t Vegetable Oil
    1/2 t Salt
    1/2 t Pepper
    1 Medium eggplant cut in 1-1/2″ chunks
    2 Red bell peppers, each cut into 12 strips
    8 cloves Garlic
    2 t Fresh lemon juice
    1 t Bottled greek seasoning
    Frsh mint (optional )garnish

    1. Heat oven to 450 degrees. Line 2 rimmed baking sheets with nonstick foil.

    2. Divide chicken and vegetables evenly between baking sheets. Drizzle with oil, sprinkle with lemon juice and greek seasoning, salt and pepper. Turn with a rubber spatula to mix and coat. Spread into a single layer.

    3. Roast side by side turning chicken and vegetables once, 25-30 minutes until internal temperature at thickest part of the thigh (not touching the bone) reads 170 degrees, and the vegetables are browned at the edges and tender. Remove to serving platter, add garnish if desired and serve.

  5. Nolagirl83 says:

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  6. maigen_obx says:

    You could try lamb, personally I can’t stand it but you might like it. Pork and eggs are only two things. There are literally thousands of foods available. Go to the store and buy one new thing and make it. The only way to know if you like it is to try it. My husband eats alot of fish, there’s also shellfish.