What do you do when you're in the middle of a recipe and run out of something you need? Go the store, right? Not if you live out in the middle of nowhere, or it's snowing, or it's midnight! Some of these recipes have saved the day for me. Some have even turned out so well that I now use them instead of the original product.
From Top Secret Recipes www.topsecretrecipes.com. A copycat version of McDonald's Sweet and Sour sauce. I don't know about anyone else, but our McDonald's has started charging for sauce packets. From now on I think I'll make our nuggets and sauce. I found this recipe at another website.
This recipe is from Bellaonline.com. I don't use them, much, but a lot of people do. Here is your chance to contron the ingredients in yours. Any white bread will do for making panko. An Asian chef I once worked with swore that the best homemade panko came from Wonder Bread! The yield will vary according to how large you make your crumbs, so I am guessing.
After searching high and low in my town for a jar of tahini, I couldn't find any! I went searching online and found this easy recipe. This is MUCH cheaper to make yourself, and only takes a couple minutes.
homemade. I find this tastes much better than any other pre-made toppings that you buy in the frozen food section. I have always used the Pet Brand Instant Milk. I use my steel mixer bowl and put it with the water into freezer, and also my beaters so everything is cold and icy. This recipe is originally a back of the box recipe from Knox. It is similar to ones on Zaar but this also has lemon juice, which I think helps to keep it white, and adds flavour.
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.
This recipe is equal to an 8.5 ounce box of Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix. When another recipe calls for a box of JIffy Corn Muffin Mix, use the mixed dry ingredients from this recipe as a substitute. This is a very easy copycat recipe because it uses Bisquick. Store any unused dry mix in an airtight container.
From Top Secret Recipes www.topsecretrecipes.com. "This recipe is practically identical to the one Kraft uses for their Shake'n Bake bread coating. The only difference you'll find is that the real Shake'n Bake contains beet powder - a hard to find ingredient that gives the mix a dark orange tint. It doesn't do much for the flavor however, so it's been left out of the recipe. Try it and you'll swear it's the same thing."