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    Food storage recipes I've tried and enjoyed. Recipes I've uploaded will specify pantry items like powdered milk and dehydrated vegetables. For recipes other people have added, I've made them substituting in storage items for fresh.

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    This is a recipe you can make from your pantry or food storage. These have the advantage over wheat pancakes in that the grains don't need to be soaked overnight.

    Recipe #437274

    This is a recipe that can be made from your pantry or food storage. It's based off of the Chicken a-la-King from Cookin' with Home Storage. I changed many of the amounts as they were abnormally large.

    Recipe #437267

    This is a recipe you can make from your pantry or food storage. I used ideas I liked from different recipes and then tweaked to use pantry items. It uses healthier add-ins of grains and vegetables instead of the usual bread crumbs and eggs. It’s also a good “kitchen sink” recipe where you can throw in any vegetable (mushrooms, corn, grated carrots) or grain (rice, soaked wheat) that you fancy.

    Recipe #437268

    This is a recipe you can make from your pantry or food storage. It's a simple creamy oatmeal. The recipe is based on the one found on the LDS cans of Quick Oats. I modified the preparation method so dry ingredients can be mixed ahead of time.

    Recipe #437272

    This is an adopted recipe. The original introduction stated "Bannock is a Native Indian fry bread. Simple and quick to make. This recipe comes from a magazine article. The woman who taught the author of the article to make bannock said that "rich Indians add raisins to their bannock"."

    Recipe #60224


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