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    If you make it yourself, then you KNOW what's in it! Foodstuffs you can make at home better and cheaper! For homemade remedies and beauty, see my Mama said... cookbook. For household items, see my Don't put THAT in your mouth! cookbook.
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    If you like Whoppers, you have to try these. They are easy to make and a good conversation starter.

    Recipe #44385

    Gluten or Seitan is the protein part of whole wheat flour. The traditional way of making it is to make a dough and then wash out the starch. With what is left, simmer in a flavored broth. It is pretty interchangeable with tofu in recipes such as stir fries. Slicing it into very thin pieces and sauting is also very yummy. I then use it in sandwiches. This is much less expensive than buying in the store and you can adjust the texture and taste to suit you. It also freezes well I understand.

    Recipe #38342

    This recipe is in response to a discussion on the boards about Bisquick. Bisquick is apparently not available in the country where the originator of the thread lives. I prefer to use this in recipes that call for 'Bisquick' rather than purchase it, myself. If stored in the freezer, this will keep for several months. I hope you find this as handy as I do, since I could never keep 'Bisquick' on hand before. If I recall correctly, I think this came from one of my Make a Mix Cookery cookbooks.

    Recipe #45055

    When you come through your door at the end of a long cold day.....this heavenly smell will greet you!

    Recipe #45630

    Delicious rolls! I made these today, the kneading process was a great outlet for life's daily stresses! :) Prep and cook times are approximate.

    Recipe #51639

    Sick of craving hashbrowns and finding that all the frozen ones in the supermarket have tallow in them? Make this recipe. It's simple AND it's good. A good reason not to bother with the bought version.

    Recipe #49836

    They taste as good as store bought, but cheaper to do. Great to give as a gift in a pretty tin, or just to make for the house.

    Recipe #46451

    I am so lucky to have got to learn these today on TV on Mirch Masala. These are wonderfully tasty, easy to make and absolutely, "TO DIE FOR"! You might think that making jalebis is horribly messy, no! Try this recipe. It works so well! I watched it on TV in the morning and in honour of Mirj Mom's b'day, I made these this afternoon to serve as an after dinner treat! I know quite a bunch of jalebi lovers exist in the world, but I'd love to find one who loves them more than my dad. My dad becomes the happiest man on the planet when served jalebis. He's spent quite a fortune on buying these from outside, NO MORE! Now on, his daughter will be making these for him:) Try these and enjoy is all I can say!

    Recipe #47069

    I got this recipe from my mom's Joy Of Cooking book. It is very easy, and only has half the fat of regular sausage! Also, you know what's in it (no lips and hooves)! To me, that is a major plus!

    Recipe #43153

    6 Reviews |  By ELAGIRL

    My husband and I love fresh salsa, so we decided to try making our own. We just started by adding ingredients, till it tasted the way we wanted. Since then, we have been growing a SALSA GARDEN in the backyard, so we can enjoy our homemade salsa all summer long!!

    Recipe #38737

    This is a wonderful recipe that is from Alton Brown of "Good Eats". They aren't dill, but boy are they addicting! Simple to make, I'm sure this can be adapted for canning - they never last that long 'round here. I can't stop eating them and others always want some to take home.

    Recipe #113187

    Fresh cheese can be used soft (almost like Ricotta cheese) or drained of all liquid and made into small pieces. It is great in vegetables or as snack.

    Recipe #46900

    A dry herb blend for giving any ground meat a "sausage" flavoring. Try this not only with ground pork, but also ground turkey, beef, or chicken. Adapted from a recipe that came with one of my pizza pans. Recipe can be doubled, tripled, etc as needed. Each batch is enough to season 1 pound of meat. Leave out the crushed red pepper flakes for milder sausage.

    Recipe #102718

    Mario Batali's way... He says it works well to put the tomatoes in right before you go to bed and remove them in the morning.

    Recipe #106242

    English pancakes are thinner than American style ones, in fact I think they are almost crepes. The traditional topping in the UK is fresh lemon juice and sugar or jam but you can also fill them with something savoury.

    Recipe #58105

    5 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Shmaltz is God's gift to mankind. I grew up on the stuff, although most people don't eat it today. I started making it again, because the flavor is so absolutely amazing, and even though it's heart-attack deadly, it is so worth it to have some every now and again. I usually save the chicken fat and skin in the freezer when cooking chickens, and when I have enough, I render the shmaltz. Believe me, there is nothing better than matzoh balls or chopped liver made with shmaltz. My mother fries potato disks in the stuff, one of my best childhood culinary memories.

    Recipe #83744

    43 Reviews |  By rickie

    I really like the idea of being able to 'prepare' a yeast item the night before. These were just so easy to do, no fussing around. I found I had to postpone the baking the next day, so the dough was in the fridge for two nights... with no ill effects. Also, I only baked 1 'round' --with the other one going to bake tomorrow.

    Recipe #35267

    I got this recipe way back from one of my Indian girlfriends mothers, it is delicious on it's own in a spinish curry, or lightly fried in butter with chili, garlic anc coarse salt and added to a lamb curry. (prep time incl. chilling)

    Recipe #41322

    A Cream soup mix that can easily be made dairy-free. Good to eat on its own, or to put in your favorite recipe calling for cream soup.

    Recipe #54128

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