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    Cooking With Soda Pop

    [Cover photo by ♥ Pamela ♥.] Sometimes the surprise ingredient is the fizzy stuff. Here are some recipes for dishes (NOT drinks) made with soda pop.
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    using soda to tenderize the ribs.. yumm-o

    Recipe #236086

    I know you are thinking coke in pie crust but it is a very tender crust and very good the Coke doesn't change the taste of the crust

    Recipe #58962

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I know, this sounds disgusting! But it's amazing! I tried this at a friend's house. At first I was going to refuse, but my kids were watching and I always berate them when they turn down food they haven't tasted, so.... wow, what a surprise! You can also use cola, or apple cider. Just make sure the liver is grilled to what you consider is perfection!

    Recipe #35570

    This is a very easy and deliciously rich dessert. I got it from a girl at work. The Mt.Dew sounds a bit strange to add to it, but I assure you it will turn out thick and syrupy in the end.

    Recipe #203188

    I got this recipe from the cooking section of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel years ago. It is the ONLY way I will make ham. Everyone who tries it raves about it, although it does look like a volcano erupted! :):) A little expensive in the ingredients, but worth making once a year! NOTE: The 1-1/2 hours prep time includes the 1-1/4 hours of boiling ham on stove..

    Recipe #187190

    This makes a wonderful cake, and it couldn't be easier!

    Recipe #84886

    4 Reviews |  By HMS

    My husband's secret culinary talent surfaced when he made this for the kids. He describes the taste as "zippy."

    Recipe #43347

    Treva Casteberry, WBIR TV

    Recipe #91926

    This is a easy, unique bread which picks up the flavor of whatever soft drink you use. You can use diet or reg; flavors...cherry, strawberry,orange, gingerale, etc.

    Recipe #66794

    2 Reviews |  By Cathy17

    This is a great BBQ sauce which is quick and easy to make! Use it on grilled chicken, steak, ribs, pork or burgers! Your kids will love it!

    Recipe #92108

    Cooking in a tightly sealed foil packet keeps all the flavor and moisture trapped inside, allowing one VERY lucky person to enjoy a terrific, flavorful, and healthy dinner. Diabetic Exchange, if made with Diet Mountain Dew: 4 very lean meat, 1 and 1/2 vegetable.

    Recipe #88502

    This versatile BBQ sauce can be used as a marinade or as a glaze. Good tossed with pasta or used as a pizza sauce.

    Recipe #97528

    This is from Tom Fitzmorris...noted New Orleans food critic and pretty darn cook chef. If you can't find Barq's Root Beer, get the best root beer you can not skimp here.

    Recipe #108831

    These cookies are heavenly at one WW point each. Experiment with differedt flavor sodas.

    Recipe #96963

    This recipe is from Master Cook CD. It states that this recipe has been handed down through different generations.

    Recipe #150355

    A tasty cake made with cola

    Recipe #175225

    6 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    I found this recipe in an issue of Southern Living. I changed it up just a bit. The root beer sweetens the baked beans!

    Recipe #122404

    This takes quite a lot of mixing and blending but the end result is worth the effort. This sauce is for Memphis-style barbecued spare-ribs, chicken and/or smoked brisket. The result is NOT sweet (like Kansas City-style sauce) but, rather, spicy. It has a LOT of flavor that penetrates the meat. Also, the dry rub that goes into the sauce is excellent for barbecuing chicken or other meats. The pre-tweaked recipe comes from multiple sources including Steve Raichlen and a Memphis barbecue restaurant.

    Recipe #148043

    I was looking for something a little different to take to a family BBQ and found this in my Taste of Home 2003 annual recipes cookbook. The thing I like most about this recipe is the ingredients are usually in my cupboards. Very pretty if you make it in a glass serving bowl. Makes a great dessert, too.

    Recipe #176902

    21 Reviews |  By JoAnn

    The Coke tenderizes the meat. Once mixture has simmered down it will make a barbecue like sauce that is sensational and the pork chops will be so tender, they'll practically fall apart.

    Recipe #19725

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