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    6 Reviews |  By AngieME

    This is my go-to recipe for my bread machine. I make a couple loaves every week. The recipe came in the booklet along with my machine...I wish I could find that booklet but luckily I wrote the recipe down. Since I'm messy with flour, I like to only measure these ingredients occasionally. I like to measure out all the dry ingredients, except the yeast, and store in a gallon-size baggie in the freezer. I make all at once about 6 baggies, so when I want to make a quick loaf before I go to bed, I just have to add the water, yogurt, my baggie of dry ingredients, the butter, and yeast. It's SO convenient.

    Recipe #449335

    3 Reviews |  By AngieME

    I recently enjoyed these at a 4th of July celebration. The recipe is from the wonderful magazine "Our Iowa" -- the June/July 2010 edition, and it was submitted by B. Weiser. Here's HER description as written in the magazine, "My family is Dutch, and my aunt passed down her traditional Dutch letter recipe to me. I used to make them all the time, but they take a lot of time. Then I found this recipe. It's so easy to make but tastes so much like my aunt's recipe. My family actually requests these bars now more often than the traditional Dutch letters!" Let me concur, they're so much easier to make than traditional Dutch Letters and they taste INCREDIBLE!

    Recipe #432437

    I love breaded pork tenderloin sandwiches! But every time I make them, the breading falls off in the pan. But last night I had such a great success, I wrote down what I did and will follow this way...I think the key is do not fry them right away after they're coated...let them sit at least 10-20 minutes. My measurements are approximate as I just dump and guess. I guess I just got lucky last night. After they were breaded (uncooked), I had to do something else for a bit. I came back and put them in the pan and it fried up nicely without a bunch of bald spots on my tenderloins. Preparation time includes a 20-minute 'pause' before cooking the breaded loins. You could probably bread them the night before and stick them in the fridge if you have space. Give it a try and let me know!

    Recipe #413090

    2 Reviews |  By AngieME

    I enjoy this recipe for pork chops if I have the time. Typically, I just prefer my pork chops dredged in flour with salt & pepper and fried, but this is really, really good too.

    Recipe #399897

    1 Reviews |  By AngieME

    Make at night, bake in morning! My oven has a delay-start function, so I can schedule the rolls to be ready when I wake. It’s great to wake up to them! When I need to bring baked goods to breakfast events, I like to make these since all work is done the night before.

    Recipe #398622

    2 Reviews |  By AngieME

    My SIL made this a few years back, and our whole family loved it. It's now a winter-time staple, served with none other than corn muffins. Can you tell we're from Iowa?

    Recipe #397854

    These are absolutely incredible. If you have never tried them, you should! They are my favorite cookie, but I don't make it too often due to the 'extra' things, like melting chips and rolling in powdered sugar. Note: If you substitute all butter for the shortening, the cookies will still taste great, but they'll be too flat; and it's hard to keep the center chewy if they're so flat.

    Recipe #397852

    This is one way I like to eat zucchini. It's from the Better Homes & Gardens cook book. I often use half zucchini and half yellow crookneck squash and Ritz for the cracker crumbs.

    Recipe #397843

    1 Reviews |  By AngieME

    This is not the chocolate chip cookie recipe I grew up with. I like this better... sorry Mom! I found this recipe years ago while in college on the back of a Gold Medal flour bag. I tried it, and I thought it was awesome. If you have a truly better simple chocolate chip cookie recipe, please let me know. I'm open to trying new recipes, but none have been better than this so far.

    Recipe #397827

    You have these ingredients already. So save yourself a trip to the store, some money, and some sodium. Here's a flavorful condensed cream of chicken soup base recipe for use in dishes that call for canned creamed soups. Use instead of condensed canned cream soups in recipes. Just add the ingredient that forms the basis of the soup. Chop mushrooms, sauté in a bit of olive oil and add for cream of mushroom soup. Add chicken for cream of chicken soup. Chop & sauté celery for, you guessed it, cream of celery. (As found at tammysrecipes.com/homemade_cream_chicken_soup ) Yields 3 cups -- about 2 (10.5 oz) cans of condensed cream of 'whatever'.

    Recipe #397758

    1 Reviews |  By AngieME

    This is an easy way to make chili and hid the onions and beans from your kids & husband.

    Recipe #397725

    1 Reviews |  By AngieME

    It's very good and is relatively quick to make.

    Recipe #397724

    “The” way to prepare a tasty (and expensive) ribeye roast -- from my mom's aunt. Works for her and works for me on the rare treat that we buy a ribeye roast. The roasts I use are usually 4-6 lbs, but here's an instance where size doesn't matter. I love this recipe because I can prepare it with great ease and convenience, all the while making the best tasting roast ever. For a dinner party, I may start the roast at 2 pm, then with all my extra time put effort into other dishes -- like twice-baked potatoes, salad, and dessert. I have a double oven, so I can prepare my other sides without the forbidden opening of the oven door. If you went to the great expense to buy a ribeye roast, make your roast this way. No butter -- no flour -- no garlic -- certainly no basting. Just follow the simple instructions. I think it's best at medium-rare -- that's pink in the middle but warm. You may use a meat thermometer if you like, but I've never needed to when following the instructions. If you have the "convection" setting on your oven, don't use it. Just use the conventional setting. If you must use the convection setting, you'll need to use a meat thermometer or adjust cooking times as convection will cook the meat faster. I learned the hard way -- conventional oven does a perfect job using the following instructions while convection will make it more medium-done.

    Recipe #397718

    I found this recipe online this winter and it was an instant hit with everyone who has tried it. Tastes like it's a lot of work. Flavorful, and great use of cooked chicken or turkey. I tend to overcook chicken, so when it's too dry, I make this!

    Recipe #359244

    My husband is always happy when I make this dish. It may not be 'official' Swiss Steak, but that's what we call it. It's so tasty and EASY. You can cook it either by crock pot or oven. I like to serve it on top of mashed potatoes, but you could also serve it over noodles. Adjust quantities of ingredients to suite your taste; it's pretty much dump-cooking.

    Recipe #311787

    O-O-O good. If you like Oreo cookies, you'll love these truffle-like cookies (or are they candy?). I got this recipe from Brenda C at a cookie exchange in 2006, and it's made it to the top of my easy/yummy sweets list.

    Recipe #273211


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