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    I found this recipe in my Penzeys catalog. It makes a great meal with Roast Cornish Hens and Green Beans with Mushrooms.

    Recipe #367973

    I found this recipe in my Penzeys catalog. This makes a great meal with Roast Cornish Hens and Bay Flavored Brown & Wild Rice.

    Recipe #367913

    This is a recipe I worked on after having the Washington Apple Crisp pancakes from IHOP. I use a 1/2 cup ladle to pour out the batter and get five pancakes. You can freeze the leftover streusel topping.

    Recipe #367898

    I found this recipe in my Penzeys catalog.

    Recipe #367524

    The Parker House Hotel in Boston is credited with inventing this fine dessert. Traditionally, the "pie" is actually white cake with custard (or pastry cream), topped with a chocolate glaze. It's the official dessert of Massachusetts and the Boston Cream donut is the official donut. I couldn't find a Boston Cream Pie recipe that called to me, so I created one using my favorite cake, glaze, and pastry cream recipes. It was a huge hit with my family! If you want Boston Cream Cupcakes, use a pastry bag with tip to inject the cream into the cupcake before glazing. Use Bourbon (Madagascar) vanilla beans for best results. This recipe looks complex, but it's actually pretty easy. Time does not include cooling.

    Recipe #366685

    From Taste of Home. I haven't tried it, so cooking time is approximate.

    Recipe #332831

    From Taste of Home

    Recipe #332828

    Cooks like a pot roast, but with whole chicken instead. Note: Instead of basting, chicken may be cooked breast side down for 1 1/2 hours, then flipped for 30-60 minutes to brown the top.

    Recipe #332826

    From Taste of Home Cookbook

    Recipe #332781

    Leaving the vegetables covered with cling film for about 2 hours before roasting helps to give more flavor. For best results, use fresh garlic instead of substituting garlic powder.

    Recipe #332736

    This is a twist on English Pancakes (Delia Smith's recipe) that I created for a pizza night. English Pancakes are thin, almost like crepes and are often filled. They are not considered breakfast food in England, which I learned the hard way on my first Shrove Tuesday in England! My English boyfriend was skeptical of the pizza-style at first, but he approved after trying these! Be sure to spread the sauce thinly, what seems like a tiny bit is a lot when they are rolled up.

    Recipe #330834

    I wanted a Mexican lasagna for dinner one night so I decided to make up my own version, playing off of other recipes I've seen. The chili and the rice each taste great on their own as well as working really well together. I'm leaving out amounts for the tortillas, cheese, and cilantro. This recipe makes a lot of chili and rice. I love the leftovers for lunches, but if you want a larger lasagna, there is plenty of rice and chili for that with this recipe. The peppers are flexible as everyone has a different sense of the right amount of heat! Most of the cooking time is inactive.

    Recipe #321341

    These are from "How to Cook Everything" from Mark Bittman.Most of the time is spent on the rise.

    Recipe #308085

    87 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This is easy, simple and wonderful. The original recipe which was printed in the Spring 2005 Penzeys catalog, calls for long-grain rice; however, I liked it much better with basmati. Also, the original recipe called for minced onion but I found it worked very well with dried onion. I indicated that the butter is optional, because I did not add it.

    Recipe #113983

    I found this recipe in my Penzeys catalog, It is good served with Bay Flavored Brown and Wild Rice and Green Beans and Mushrooms. Bicentennial Rub is a Penzeys blend.

    Recipe #367972

    I found this recipe in my Penzeys catalog. If you don't want to create heart-shaped patties, just shape as a loaf and cook for longer. Chili 3000 is a chili powder blend Penzeys just came out with. It's incredible! The bacon used should be streaky (regular for those in the US) bacon.

    Recipe #367903

    I found this recipe in my Penzeys catalog. Chili 3000 is a chili powder blend Penzeys makes.

    Recipe #367815

    This recipe is from my Penzeys catalog.

    Recipe #367813

    This recipe is from the Penzeys catalog. Chili 3000 and Chili 9000 are mixes of chili powders.

    Recipe #367811

    I found this recipe in my Penzeys catalog.

    Recipe #367803

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