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    I wanted a shortbread crust but didn't want to roll out the dough or let it rest. In the end I came up with this recipe. It's buttery enough to taste good, but I can press it into my tart pans and pie plates. No floury countertop mess or rolling pin. Yay!

    Recipe #490837

    I found this recipe on the Carnation U.K. website and it was amazing! This recipe is so tasty and easy that I wanted to post here for future reference. Note: I used regular condensed milk with fantastic results for the filling and my own recipe for the crust. It is recommended to use a buttery crust. Also, if you're not familiar with grams you might note that 200 g of condensed milk is very close to 1/2 of a 14 oz can that we find in the U.S., I just tipped out about 1/2 and it worked very well. Also, the oven should be about 350 degrees fahrenheit.

    Recipe #490823

    From The Pioneer Woman, episode Ranching in the Mist. I'm posting here so that I always have access to it. It's the easiest homemade potatoes au gratin I've ever made... and sooo tasty!

    Recipe #473674

    I modified the original recipe I saw on The Pioneer Woman to suit our family's tastes. This has a hint of heat, but is rather mild. For those who love heat just add more chiles. I've heard of people using a whole 7 oz. can for super spicy pork. We paired this with potatoes au gratin and coleslaw (recipe #218429), but you could also put it on a bun for a nice sandwich.

    Recipe #473644


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