I always poached chicken when I needed cooked for a recipe -- and I never liked the way it came out. I was watching Ina's show on the Food Network last weekend and this is how she cooks her chicken for recipes. I tried it and it was the most moist chicken I have ever had. I used it in chicken noodle soup -- YUM!!! The recipe can be increased or decreased depending on how much cooked chicken you need. UPDATE 7/31/07 -- I tried this method on boneless, skinless chicken breasts and it worked great -- I baked for about 35 minutes and it was cooked perfectly!
This is a variation on another winner from the wonderful Ms. Paula H. Deen! For variety, I like to add an itty-bitty shake of cayenne pepper, curry powder or chili powder in with the other spices. Minced fresh basil, fresh tarragon, garlic or prepared horseradish are also great add-ins. One teaspoon of sugar (to taste) may be added for more of a salad dressing-type (Miracle Whip) flavor. Let your imagination run free!
My mama always had this growing up....I never had Hellman's until I was in college!!!! I'ts just delicious, and equally as wonderful as a sauce if you thin it down with more lemon juice/vinegar and add some garlic and herbs. You must have a food processor to make this.
Why bother with store-bought purchased expensive Dijon mustard when you can make it yourself and it tastes just as good if not better, I know I make it all the time! --- plan well ahead this mustard needs to marinate in the fridge for 2 weeks before using the longer you leave it in the fridge the better it will be!
This recipe is from Amish Cooking by Pathway Publishers. This recipe is a sweet, mild dipping mustard. Identical to Herlochers Dipping Mustard in flavor. If you live in the Ohio area, Herlochers is often available in the deli section of larger grocery stores. This is excellent for deli meat and cheese trays. Very good on smoked meat or cheese sandwiches.
If you are a lover of honey mustard, then this recipe is worth trying...it is so good, you won't be buying store-bought ever again, this lasts for 6 months in the fridge, but it will be gone long before then, you will be using it all the time! Note: this honey mustard can also be used as a dip.
This is my little hummingbird friend's favorite nectar. I know some people don't add the coloring, but my little hummer refuses to drink unless it is red. If you have a less picky humminbird then you don't need to bother with the coloring. I have heard conflicting informations from "experts" regarding the use of food color. If your hummingbird doesn't object...leave it out...mine does object and hasn't had problems so I use it. Luckily I live in Florida and can enjoy seeing hummingbirds all year long! :o)
I've done some research and believe this to be the most healthy way to prepare the solution. Never use sugar substitute, brown sugar, honey or organic sugar. Some experts believe red food coloring can be harmful to hummingbirds. Since most hummingbird feeders are red or have some red on them, it is not necessary to add food coloring. *Tip - When first attracting hummingbirds, tie a red ribbon on the bottom of your feeder.
I have been using this for years don't know why I never thought of posting it here on the site earlier, this really works and works very well! no chemicals 100% natural and will remove dust and dirt and kill any little bugs and bacteria not to mention it costs only pennies to make and when used as a soak it will help preserve your veggies so that they will last quite a lot longer --- there is really no servings to this recipe so of coarse the serving amount is only estimated --- because of the fresh lemon juice any unused spray may be refrigerated until used again, I just usually use up the 1 cup and then discard the rest --- the exact amounts do not really matter a little more will not hurt, I really don't even bother to measure I just eyeball everything --- if you are using a smaller bowl then reduce the vinegar to 2 tablespoons and salt to 1 tablespoon it will work just as well :)
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