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    This salad with it's dressing is wonderfully authentic in taste to the salad served at the "Olive Garden" restaurants. The dressing recipe makes enough dressing to cover a large bowl of salad.

    Recipe #433071

    Works wonderfully masha Allah. Adapted from recipe#82410. Works well on the glass of cabinets too!

    Recipe #436542

    48 Reviews |  By Tish

    The name brand is expensive but this is an inexpensive alternative and less harmful to your clothes than bleach!

    Recipe #32716

    If you bake and cook everyday then this is a must to have in your cupboard, it's so much cheaper than using cooking spray and works even better than Pam cooking spray, no chemical fumes and will not leave burnt on black residue on the edges of your pans like cooking spray will and will keep forever in your cupboard --- for baking recipes using chocolate you may use 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder in place of white flour or 1/4 cup each cocoa powder and flour --- this may be increased or decreased sucessfully just make certain that *all* three ingredients are the same amounts or the mixture will not work as well ;-)

    Recipe #78579

    We love homemade pizza, but get bored with the same old tomato sauce version. This white sauce is a nice change of pace. Its great for a chicken pizza and is also a good pasta sauce.

    Recipe #279060

    I love this recipe because it's simple and easy and it costs only pennies to make compared to buying it in the store. I make all my Christmas candy with this that calls for sweetened condensed milk. Makes 1 1/3 cups or 10 oz.

    Recipe #14062

    Pronounced: krehm FRESH. This Creme Fraiche is made just slightly different from the other recipes I have checked out. It is a matured, thickened cream with a slightly tangy, nutty flavor, and velvety rich texture. The thickness of creme fraiche can range from that of commercial sour cream to almost as solid as room temperature margarine. In France, cream is unpasteurized and therefore contains the bacteria necessary to thicken it naturally. In America, where all commercial cream is pasteurized, the fermenting agents for creme fraiche can be obtained by adding buttermilk or sour cream. Creme fraiche is an ideal addition for sauces or soups because it can be boiled without curdling. It is also delicious spooned over fresh fruit or other desserts such as warm cobblers or puddings. Creme fraiche can be purchased or made easily at home.

    Recipe #430056

    I started making this years ago when it was suggested that my fresh eggs would make really good mayonnaise. I didn't like the idea of soybean oil so I used my olive oil. Here it is best to use standard salad olive oil and not virgin or extra virgin. I have also left out the garlic and onion powders when preparing it for a poppy seed sweet dressing and have used lime juice. It doubles easily.

    Recipe #379245

    Make your own Rotel Tomatoes to suit your taste. You can make it hot or mild. Source: Now Your Cookin'

    Recipe #20049

    9 Reviews |  By Gerry

    When baking your favorite muffins a sprinkling of one of these simple to make toppings makes for a nice touch. Well worth the few extra minutes it takes to prepare. If you only sprinkle half it will appear that you have made up two kinds of muffins...adding variety to your serving tray.

    Recipe #90227

    Every self-respecting French housewife has a tub of this by the side of her cooker; they are all slightly different depending on the region you live in, but this is one that I use over and over again. It has just a hint of herbs & spices, enhancing a dish rather than overpowering it. The French call this "Sel Fou" or Fool's Salt, which is a wonderful name for it I think! Please note, I have NOT added any chilli powder or Cayenne pepper in this mix - I realise that hot spices are popular in seasoning salts, but this is herbal rather than spiced! I use it to sprinkle over salads, add it to pasta, stews, soups, daubes, casseroles, pies, roast chicken & meat etc. It is also GREAT sprinkled onto hot Chips (French fries) & over the top of pizzas. I don't like to make huge quantities, due to the herbs losing their freshness and flavour - so, this makes about 125g (just over 5 ozs) of Fool's Salt; you can of course increase the quantities if you wish!

    Recipe #211484

    My take on Cape Malay curry powder; I devised this when I finally finished my precious box of this type of curry powder, that had been sent to me in a Herbs and Spices swap by Zurie! I checked the ingredients list and finally after a little trial and error, I came up with this, and it is a pretty close match! Influenced by Malay cuisine, Cape/Malay curry powder/masala is a blend of sweet and pungent spices to include cloves, cardamon, fennel, mustard, coriander, turmeric, fenugreek, a little chilli and black pepper. A curry powder/masala of a mild heat yet full of the flavours you expect in Indian curry. This curry spice mix is wonderful in all types of curries, but especially authentic Cape Malay style cuisine, and of course curries.

    Recipe #289383

    Move over Emeril!... you will never purchase Creole or Cajun seasoning again once you taste this one --- I have searched for the longest time to find the best seasoning blend, this is it! --- four tablespoons of seasoned salt will not be overly-salty if you prefer a more salty taste then add in some white salt --- this makes a fair amount of seasoning, just store in a tightly-sealed glass jar in the refrigerator to use in ground beef recipes, soups, or stews, homemade pasta sauce recipes, or use it to season roasts, chickens, pork, beef, I use it on just about everything! If you like extreme spice then increase the cayenne up to 4-5 teaspoons. This makes a great gift for a spice-lover!

    Recipe #186029

    5 Reviews |  By Kzim4

    If you buy unflavored gelatin in bulk, this is an inexpensive egg replacement for your baking needs. *Correction added Aug. 2005*

    Recipe #92396

    1 Reviews |  By Kzim4

    Found on budget101.com and posted here for safe keeping. Actual yield is unknown. Cooking time is time needed to thicken.

    Recipe #376316

    Freezing is a simple and excellent way to preserve fresh culinary herbs. Packing in ice cube trays makes it easy to always have fresh herbs on hand, adding fresh herb flavor to soups, sauces, and drinks. Some people prefer to freeze in a good quality olive oil, I prefer the boiling water method, which is listed in this recipe here today. You can freeze herbs individually or in combinations of other herbs.

    Recipe #111461

    My recipe for turkey sausage.

    Recipe #365364

    13 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe was printed in the Spring 2007 edition of Cooking for 2. I needed soy sauce today and gave it a try. It is pretty good and lower in sodium.

    Recipe #216380

    8 Reviews |  By KateL

    I tagged this for cooking for a parent with congestive heart failure, for whom sodium must be kept to a minimum. The recipe came from Don Gazzaniga's "The No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium Cookbook". I broke into gales of laughter at Whole Foods when I read the label for a commercial "low sodium" soy sauce: 400 mg sodium! Rather than give up on soy sauce completely, I would use this recipe, as I have had good luck with other recipes by Gazzaniga. Suggested brands of molasses and onion powder are low in salt. Mastercook says 29 mg sodium in entire recipe!

    Recipe #295264

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