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"I like the suggestion of using coconut oil for frying as it is also a lot healthier option. I have a suggestion that came to my mind for taco holders. Using a plate rack that stands plates on end in cabinets. Lay paper towel a section longer than the length of the rack -or amount needed to account for indentations of rack where taco shells will go..."
Oct 7, 2012 on Food.com
"Sounds close to what I have learned to make and tweek over the years. Costco sells pork trip tip in individual packages 3 in a set reasonably priced which I use. We cut it up in cubes and mix a rub on it of crushed garlic(lots ground cumin(lots salt, and some mild chili powder. After letting it sit for over night or at least an hour, it can eith..."
Dec 31, 2010 on Food.com
"I have not made these cookies yet, however reading the reviews about the frosting and then looking at the ingredients I think I know what the issue may be. I am pretty sure that the ingredients should be 1 1/4 cup. powder sugar and 1/4 cup peanut butter as with any other butter cream type frosting this would be the ratio. I think the amounts just ..."
Nov 20, 2010 on Food.com
"I have not tried this recipe yet, however I plan to. I am a great fan of marinading, and I know this would be an attribute for this recipe. Not much time needed, perhaps 15 mins in the sauce before cooking. Just drain and then brown chicken as directed.Thinking about it, this recipe sounds a lot like Chicken Adobo but without the ketchup and i..."
Apr 30, 2008 on Food.com
"I like the idea of using the wax paper to lay down the tortillas, though I have not tried it yet. I use a tortilla press and have tried using parchement paper which works pretty well and is much more sturdy than wax paper. I have re-used the same parchment paper for other times making tortillas. I add salt to my masa as well as cumin powder an..."
May 2, 2007 on Food.com
"Although I have not tried this recipe it sounds more like Chile Verde. Only ingredients missing are the tomatillos and chopped cilantro leaves. Either way, it's gonna be good."
Feb 2, 2007 on Food.com
"I have noticed reading the different offerings of this recipe here at Zarr that there are many varriations. What a treat..trying out each one to see which fits the favorite catagory.. rough job, but someone has to do it, right? <G>"
May 7, 2006 on Food.com
"This recipe is just like the chocolate cream cheese muffins that are sold at Starbucks. BUT make these and take them to Starbucks to have with your coffee because these are BETTER. The bakery who makes these needs this recipe instead, theirs are a lousy way to spend $1.95"
May 7, 2006 on Food.com
"I have made similar white lasagna recipes but never with jar sauce. To make the sauce more appealing parmesan cheese can be added as well as a little white wine. Personally I would add 1 egg,1/2 c. mozzerella cheese and 1/4 c. paremesan to the riccotta cheese also some italian seasoning blend and or fresh basil and rosemary. Spinach is a nice addi..."
Feb 28, 2005 on Food.com
"I tried this today,and my son who would eat dirt before he would consume fresnch toast really like this. I used Brie,feta and jack chese and added thin corned beef. served with fruit perserve on the side. It would be good using different breads such as sliced buguette french bread or rye or pumpernickle breads cut into bight sized portions, served..."
Feb 5, 2005 on Food.com