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    I was desperately searching for a good substitute for sour cream, but I didn't just didn't have the ingredients for it. With some good luck and extensive research, I came up with this variation which I think is, close enough to the 'real deal'.

    Recipe #479465

    I found this recipe in Food and Wine Magazine. It really is wonderful! It's easy too!

    Recipe #180628

    I don't use Wondra® enough to warrant buying. I found this recipe and it worked so well on fried shrimp and made for a lovely, delicate coating. Can be used in any recipe calling for Wondra® brand instant flour.

    Recipe #438574

    3 Reviews |  By Chef UK

    Easy recipe for making your own self raising flour. It is from Doves Farm, so thanks to them for this recipe. http://www.dovesfarm.co.uk/organic/yeasts-raising-agents.htm#baking-powder

    Recipe #273841

    I got this recipe off of a bag of flour when I did not have any self-rising flour.

    Recipe #5247

    You forgot to buy crumb topping for your tuna casserole or your favorite casserole. Voila!!! Make them yourself. Quick and easy!!!

    Recipe #57875

    2 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    Here's a way to make the cornstarch paste called for in some of my recipes.

    Recipe #40297

    8 Reviews |  By Xabbyy

    This is when you run out of cake flour. I use this all the time. No need to buy cake flour anymore.

    Recipe #424532

    From ehow.com -- Homemade orange extract using peel from navel oranges, vodka, water, and about a week to steep! Substitute lemons or limes for a different flavor -- Place in small bottles for gift giving! If you make this, try it in Recipe #340850, or include a copy of the recipe with the gift bottle of extract --

    Recipe #340691

    7 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This recipe is posted by request and was found on the net-no name was attached.

    Recipe #55408

    I found this in one of the magazines I subscribe to, Cooking for Two. There are several other mixes like this here at Zaar, but this one has several other ingredients and is much more and I like it. The variations are posted below.

    Recipe #184827

    I have a recipe in my cookbook for homemade angelica liqueur but you need crystallised angelica which can be hard to find. If you have your own plant, you can make your own.

    Recipe #237073

    This recipe is posted in many places on the internet. I used it with a boxed red velvet cake mix and it worked out great. It added volume to the cake mix but not so much that the pans overflowed.

    Recipe #448857

    To make a boxed cake mix even better add these 3 ingredients....It real does make a superior cake!

    Recipe #292568

    I have often prepared these ahead of time and frozen the unbaked crescent rolls. Take them out of the freezer and let them defrost and rise on cookie sheets for about 2-3 hours before baking.

    Recipe #339308

    I saw this trick on "The Secret Life of Cake" on the Food Network. Haven't tried it yet, but I will next time I feel like cheating :lol:

    Recipe #341314

    68 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    A simple way to make a bigger and better cake mix. Makes a 13x9 pan come out very high and moist.

    Recipe #54269

    Fast, economical and stores conveniently. Why buy those cake mixes from the store when you can make your own for much less? Courtesy of Sara Moulton- http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/sara-moulton/quick-cake-mix-recipe/index.html

    Recipe #253369

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