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    Subsitutes

    How many times I've gone to make something and find I'm missing a critical ingrediant. Well, no need to panic Food.com to the rescue. Almost every time I can find a sub that's usually even better than the orginal from spices to cleaning formulas - I find it here.

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    Use this powder and broth to make soup for recipes and to eat. to make cream of chicken add chicken broth, for cream of beef add beef broth.

    Recipe #146403

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

    Recipe #180628

    1 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safekeeping. Diabetics and heart patients need to watch their carbs and their sodium, but they still need to eat, and cream of chicken soup is satisfying and useful for other recipes. This has been adapted from the American Heart Association Low-Fat, Low-Cholesterol Cookbook of 1989. This will replace one can of condensed cream of chicken soup.

    Recipe #484730

    Avoid icky hydrogenated oils: this is by no means a diet or lite food, but a purer alternative. This isn't really a recipe as much as a technique to make your own whipped topping for desserts that call for it, such as pies, dessert pizzas, etc. SERVING SIZE IS 1 TBSP

    Recipe #402540

    I was tired of paying over a dollar for Campbell's soups when a friend gave me this recipe. It doesn't take much extra work, and it's so much healthier! It's been months since I bought a can of cream of mushroom, cream of chicken, cream of celery, cheddar cheese, or tomato soup... helping my budget and my health at the same time. :)

    Recipe #278160

    This is easy to make--just make sure you use 1 tablespoon of cornstarch per 1 cup of sugar.

    Recipe #88812

    This tastes surprisingly like real sour cream. Try it on potatoes, Mexican dishes-whenever you want a creamy, piquant sensation.

    Recipe #39350

    Boursin-style cheese can easily be made at home. Not just more economical, but fresher and tastier. Rub all the dried herbs used between your fingers before adding.

    Recipe #80675

    You can purchase this powder premade in the grocery store, but making your own makes for a better flavor.

    Recipe #24232

    It's next to impossible to find ricotta cheese here in Mexico so decided to try the recipe in my Cruising Cuisine cookbook and it's WONDERFUL, and so easy too! Plan to continue to make my own Ricotta even when we get back to the states! I make mine in the crockpot, which pretty much eleminates the possibility of scourching the milk, however it can be made on the stove top, but watch it carefully.

    Recipe #345985

    I found this recipe online when I realized that I didn't have any dijon mustard that a recipe called for.

    Recipe #359879


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