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  • lassieleaguemom 2 years ago
    I saw your message on chef boriqua about recato which is like sofrito it is very easy to make homemade but can be expensive if you have a spanish store in your area they usually make it there fresh and sell it but if you want to make it I can tell you how to easily do it it is simply:

    bell peppers ( i buy a mixture of red and green about 6
    bunch parlsey
    garlic gloves( I used like 5 but you can used more or less depending on it you love garlic or not )
    2 chicken bullions
    6 onions
    bunch of scallions
    and I use a little olive oil as well

    ( be sure to deseed peppers )

    simply put it all in a food processor or blender and blend it until it looks like pesto textured only way I can describe it
    I usually freeze it and use as needed by scooping it out like sherbert cause it is easily scooped frozen and stay good for a while frozen you can use it on everything from chicken to pork chops to cube steak or regular steak when you season also used adobo and sazon which can be bought at all grocery stores ... if you would like a spanish rice recipe just let me know or message me would be happy to give it to you
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  • pointsevenout 3 years ago about Banana Oat Peanut Butter Breakfast Cookie
    Sweet enough for no complaints. How healthy is it if you eat them all?

    See Banana Oat Peanut Butter Breakfast Cookie By Crazycookinchick for more.
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  • otterpond 3 years ago about Banana Oat Peanut Butter Breakfast Cookie
    I made a batch of these with a couple of small changes for stuff in my kitchen. I used two bananas because they needed using so I added additional dry ingredients including 1/2c ground almond and 1/4 cup soya powder. I only had 1/4c of honey left so I supplemented with 1/4c of turbinado sugar. The cookies came out really great but a bit darker than shown in your photo. I have attached a photo of how it worked for me. Thanks my husband loves them :) Wish they were on my diet because i could snarf down 1/2 dozen in no time.

    Nutrition Info for how I made mine here ==>
    http://www.livestrong.com/recipes/nutty-banana-oatmeal-cookies/
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  • otterpond 3 years ago about Banana Oat Peanut Butter Breakfast Cookie
    Off to the kitchen to make up a batch. I found this is how to get my Mr. To eat breakfast. Thanks for putting this together.
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  • nativeprincess 3 years ago
    How are you? Sure miss you around here :)
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  • DetroitTokyo 3 years ago
    I noticed a comment from you about how you wanted to make tuna casserole w/out the cream of soups. I hope you'll try mine: Tuna Noodle Casserole and if you do, please let me know how you like it.
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  • nativeprincess 3 years ago about Tasty Tuna Burgers
    I'm going to have this for lunch :)
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  • jo_jo_ba 3 years ago
    No, cinnamon chips are cinnamon-flavoured baking chips (like cinnamon chocolate chips)
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  • sharebear1 4 years ago
    Hi Crazycookinchick! Sorry havent been on here much lately but to answer your question about coriander: In salsas, dips, tomato dishes and salads. Fresh coriander goes well with chicken and pork dishes, try adding a sprinkling of chopped fresh coriander to stir-fries for a delicious flavour. Fresh coriander leaves make an attractive garnish for savoury dishes. To substitute dried coriander for fresh in a recipe, use 1 tbsp dried for 3 tbsp freshly chopped. The coriander seeds are used extensively in Indian cookery, often dry-fried with cumin seeds and then ground. Whole seeds are used in pork and chicken casseroles and in pickles and chutneys. To gain the maximum flavour from coriander seeds it is best to dry-fry them. Heat a heavy-based frying pan (without any oil), add the seeds and fry them over a medium heat, stirring frequently. When a rich aroma is released, remove from the heat and cool. Use whole or crushed. Groud coriander is used in cakes, biscuits and lightly spiced savoury dishes and curries, especially good in soups made from root vegetables such as carrots, parsnips and swede. Hope this helps you to find some uses for it, it's a very earthy spice. Take care, and if you have any more questions let me know :) Also check out this link, here are some recipes that use it http://allrecipes.com/recipes/herbs-and-spices/spices/coriander/top.aspx
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  • sharebear1 4 years ago
    Hi Crazycookinchick! Corry havent been on here much lately but to answer your question about coriander: In salsas, dips, tomato dishes and salads. Fresh coriander goes well with chicken and pork dishes, try adding a sprinkling of chopped fresh coriander to stir-fries for a delicious flavour. Fresh coriander leaves make an attractive garnish for savoury dishes. To substitute dried coriander for fresh in a recipe, use 1 tbsp dried for 3 tbsp freshly chopped. The coriander seeds are used extensively in Indian cookery, often dry-fried with cumin seeds and then ground. Whole seeds are used in pork and chicken casseroles and in pickles and chutneys. To gain the maximum flavour from coriander seeds it is best to dry-fry them. Heat a heavy-based frying pan (without any oil), add the seeds and fry them over a medium heat, stirring frequently. When a rich aroma is released, remove from the heat and cool. Use whole or crushed. Groud coriander is used in cakes, biscuits and lightly spiced savoury dishes and curries, especially good in soups made from root vegetables such as carrots, parsnips and swede. Hope this helps you to find some uses for it, it's a very earthy spice. Take care, and if you have any more questions let me know :)
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  • DetroitTokyo 4 years ago
    White Castle is a regional fast food burger chain. Actually, the the first of it's kind in the U.S. & they serve a unique burger. The sliders recipe I posted is a close replica.
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  • pointsevenout 4 years ago
    Made it using Tuna Noodle Casserole It uses two cream of soups.
    I screwed up the recipe. Used the wrong peas and left out the mushrooms. Can't recommend the recipe one way or the other because of the mess-up.
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  • wynnebaer 4 years ago
    Thanks for checking out the Chipotle burgers...My favorite!!
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  • nativeprincess 4 years ago about Spice Rubbed Chicken Breast Tacos With Grilled Poblanos, Bbq Onions And Coleslaw Recipe Courtesy Bobby Flay, 2008
    This sounds incredible...thank you!
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  • jo_jo_ba 4 years ago
    BTW I've found quinoa, spelt (flakes / berries / flour), semolina flour (AKA durum semolina) and pretty much everything else at my local Bulk Barn, much cheaper than buying packages at health stores.
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