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    After trying a recipe called "Cream of Wheat with Egg and Vanilla", I thought why not try it with oatmeal? It was a big hit, and I never make oatmeal any other way now. I love getting extra protein in the kids in the morning. Use certified gluten free oats to make this officially gluten free. ***It is virtually impossible to not end up with little white bits of egg, but beating the egg very well helps reduce the size and amount of egg bits. Beat the egg as you normally would, then beat it a little longer***

    Recipe #498780

    If you like sweet, moist cornbread then this is the last recipe you'll ever need. My husband, who does not like cornbread, said "wow, this is really good" and he does not hand out comments like that often. Easy to make and super delicious! Recipe from thebakingbeauties.com You can reduce the amount of sugar if you like, and if your gluten free all purpose flour already has xanthan gum, you can omit that. You can also pour it into a greased, preheated cast iron skillet (or baking vessel of your choice) if you don't feel like making muffins. Turns out terrific, just increase the baking time.

    Recipe #498738

    I found a recipe on cooks.com and tried it. It had a flavor very close to the name brand stuff in the store, but I thought it was a bit too thin.The second time I made it, I had to substitute rice vinegar for the cider vinegar and I messed around with it until it was to my liking. I think I prefer it with rice vinegar, although if you don't like rice vinegar you might not like this dressing made with it. Use cider vinegar (1/4 cup) instead. Xanthan gum is an emulsifier and is derived from corn so people with corn allergies probably can't have it. But, it gives it that "store bought" consistency and does not affect the flavor. Xanthan gum can usually be found in supermarkets, either in the "gluten free" section or baking aisle. Bob's Red Mill makes it. Co-ops and natural foods stores should carry it as well.

    Recipe #498452

    I don't really like spicy food all that much, but one year at my husband's company Christmas party, I tried Bang Bang Shrimp and LOVED it. It was the sauce, really, as I'm not crazy about shrimp. I make this and put it on chicken nuggets, omelettes, fries...really, just about anything battered and deep fried could benefit from this tasty sauce. From "Bang Bang Shrimp Throwdown" on thenoshery.com, I am forever grateful for your recipe!

    Recipe #497871

    After the plan for enchiladas was foiled due to not having enough corn tortillas, I threw this together. It could easily be spiced up if you like things spicy by adding jalapenos to the cornbread topping. I used ground turkey the first time, but any ground meat could be used. I used sour cream because my husband doesn't really care for my favorite red enchilada sauce all that much, it helped tame down the "red" flavor. **After preparing as written, I would have made the following changes: add a teaspoon or two of sugar to the cornbread mix, add chopped peppers and onions to meat mixture, and personally I'd prefer the straight enchilada sauce and some spice to kick it up. Overall it was a tasty and quick throw-together meal I plan to make again.** This recipe was inspired by a recipe called Cornburger Pie from The Cornbread Bible: A Recipe Storybook by Jennifer Shambrook, PhD. I love that book! It's available for Kindle, too.

    Recipe #492090

    Quick and easy, yet surprisingly delicious and hearty. Ground beef, potatoes, cabbage, broth and seasonings make this a fast and tasty dish sure to please your family! Serve with rolls or a nice crusty bread and sliced cheese. I came up with this on one of those 'there's nothing in the house to eat' nights and the kids loved it! They named it Winter Stew because it was in the winter and it's been a winter staple on our menu ever since. We've also made this with Steak-Umm and it's great with that too! Just chop the Steak-umm into small pieces, cook, and remove from pan until adding the cabbage.

    Recipe #406736

    Simple, refreshing and delicious! Juicy tomatoes, crisp cucumbers and crunchy onion combine with Miracle Whip to make an unbelievably delicious salad! You will be surprised and delighted...the juice from the tomatoes combines so well with the Miracle Whip, you'll never know that Miracle Whip is in it once the flavors have combined. You may be tempted to add something to it, it seems too simple to be good, but try it like this first, I guarantee you'll like it! I make it often for potlucks and BBQ's and people are always amazed at the simplicity of this recipe. Family legend is that relatives from California always made this salad and so it was dubbed 'California Salad'. Can easily be made low/non-fat, but I prefer the regular version. It is also great as a 'relish' on grilled meats, especially brats. This is also a very 'forgiving' recipe...I never measure anything, just throw it together. Just remember the veggie ratio is 1:1:1 and you'll do fine! **Unless you live in a warm climate and can grow or get locally grown tomatoes all year long, don't bother making this in the winter! Fresh, ripe juicy tomatoes are the key to making this salad** Easily doubled or tripled, but yield will vary depending on size of the vegetables. "Cooking time" is refrigerator time!

    Recipe #404883


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