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    This recipe comes from Keni on Group Recipes. I did not find it here after searching, and after trying it want to post it based on its simplicity and quality. The original recipe called for 1/4 cup "of" ingredient. I used chicken in this recipe, and the recipe makes the equivalent of one can of Condensed Cream Of Chicken soup. You can substitute the chicken for any "of" ingredient, i.e. mushroom, celery, onion, potato, broccoli, cauliflower, etc., and chicken stock with vegetable stock. I made Condensed Cream of Turkey soup using turkey stock and turkey from Thanksgiving left overs!

    Recipe #443715

    I saw several recipes for fried cheese curds and baked cheese sticks. I searched for baked cheese curd recipes and found none, so I combined the two ideas and developed this recipe. After trying many variations of frying and baking cheese curds, I believe the keys to success are double breading, freezing before cooking and spraying with oil. I also pulled this off at a tailgate on the grill!

    Recipe #439027


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