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    FIRST: What is Self-Rising Corn Meal? Self-rising Corn meal has leavening and salt, and is enriched with B vitamins. It does not contain flour. Self-rising cornmeal and self-rising cornmeal mix is not available in my part of the country so had to go online to find out how to make my own. There must be others out there with the same problem so decided to post. Information cmes from Aunt Jemima's website! If your recipe calls for Self-Rising Cornmeal Mix go to Recipe #254874

    Recipe #255005

    When your recipe calls for a can of condensed soup, just make your own! This makes the equivalent of one can of condensed soup (10.5 ounces). Note the suggested variations that can be made to this recipe.

    Recipe #360192

    From the Mayo Health Organization. This soup is intended for use in casseroles. It is low in fat and sodium.

    Recipe #18157

    I have used this a few times and you can't tell the difference.

    Recipe #113203

    When you're out of buttermilk, and you need it in a pinch for a recipe, this "Joy of Cooking" suggestion will help you out. I've used it numerous times over the years, and although the real thing is always preferable, this substitution works just fine.

    Recipe #111833

    When we read the ingredients that can be added to vanilla extract we decided to make our own. It's easy, just a lot of wait time but well worth it. You will never buy vanilla extract again...... Grade B beans are what you want for extract and sugar since they are more dehydrated than Grade A.

    Recipe #414662

    substitute for chili sauce in recipes!

    Recipe #52689

    89 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I don't always have cake flour on hand, and I'm betting many others don't either. I have discovered that this substitute works very, very well. Easy too, and it uses pantry staples!

    Recipe #87689

    This is a simple recipe, containing no fat! None! So go ahead and have your dessert. You could use Splenda instead of the sugar.This is not supposed to rival Cool Whip, but it is one way to be able to at least enjoy your dessert. I have not tried it with Splenda(or other sugar substitutes) but imagine it would work. Remember to put your bowl and the beaters to your electric mixer in the freezer for at lease 30 minutes before beginning this recipe. Note: I use Carnation non-fat dry milk powder, and suggest you use a good product like it to get the best results.

    Recipe #300418

    I love garlic, don't you? This is a great marinade for lamb, chicken,pork and beef; (for larger cuts, prick with a fork to (insure the marinade gets deep into the meat.)This is really good in making Greek recipes. If you like a lot of garlic and lemon juice, please, adjust it to your own tastes.

    Recipe #218295

    handy to have in emergency recipe that uses everyday ingredients

    Recipe #187125

    Recipe #81994

    1 Reviews |  By Lorac

    An elegant, easy no cook desert. Serve it topped with sliced, toasted almonds, berries or fresh fruit. You can substitute your favorite liqueur for the Grand Marnier. Recipe from "Italian Cooking and Living"

    Recipe #90919

    A good substitute if Mascarpone cheese is hard to find in your area.

    Recipe #66077

    Wow! Is this easy or what! This is great for recipes that call for slower cooking, even in the crock pot. Give it a try!

    Recipe #218500

    This is a great one to have on hand. It has a lot of uses.You can use different broths, like vegetable broth. You can add sautéed chopped celery, celery seed, or sautéed chopped mushrooms.

    Recipe #218574

    If you are looking for a low calorie, non-fat, low carb, and low cholesterol solution for sour cream, here it is. This is a very good choice for me, as I am always looking for a healthy way to eat. Plan ahead and make this an hour before serving. This is from the net. You can find the buttermilk powder usually in the baking section,next to the jell-o and pudding.

    Recipe #217784

    This came from a "light" cook book and makes a great sustitute for heavy cream in dessert recipes. Do not overmix, it will cause it to become too liquidy. Cooking time reflects set time.

    Recipe #122689

    If you don’t have any cream soup on hand, (or maybe you just want to save money) try this—it’s great.

    Recipe #57287

    This recipe was in our church cookbook.

    Recipe #74359

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