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Old June 21st, 2011, 1:44 pm
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Re: Recipe Exchange and talk about food

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Old June 25th, 2011, 8:02 am
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http://allrecipes.com/

Excellent website to find recipes. Have a look.
I love this website! . So far I've never failed to find the recipe I want on there.

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Oh, I only just noticed this! Thanks so much, better late than never . I'm going to try it next week and I'll tell you how it turned out, .


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Old July 24th, 2011, 6:50 am
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Lasagna Rollups

Hello everyone!
I love to cook and bake. This is one of my favorite recipes and it's been an enormous success with my family. Therefore, every time I make dinner I make these individual lasagna rollups.
Ingredients:

8 ounces cooked lasagna noodles -- that's about half a box of noodles

2 cups ricotta cheese

1 cup grated mozzarella cheese

2 eggs lightly beaten

jar spaghetti sauce

1. Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees.

2. Pour sauce over the bottom of a baking dish and put it aside.

3. Mix 2 cups of ricotta cheese, 1 cup of mozzarella cheese, and the eggs in a bowl.

4. Take a lasagna noodle and lay it out on a flat surface.

5. With a spatula, spread some of the cheese mixture on one side of the noodle.

6. Leave a little room at the ends and on the sides so that the cheese won't ooze out when you roll up the noodles.

7. Roll up the noodle.

8. Place the noodle, edge down, in the dish.

9. After you've rolled all of the noodles and placed them in the dish, pour spaghetti sauce all over the top of each.

10. Bake them in the oven for about 15 minutes.

11. Enjoy!!!


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Old August 4th, 2011, 8:16 am
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Re: Recipe Exchange and talk about food

I know it's been a while since somebody asked about brown sugar cookie recipes, but really, most cookie and cake recipes will work equally well with brown sugar instead of white sugar, and whole wheat flour instead of bleached or unbleached white flour.

On the other hand, Americans who've moved to Israel have found that the white sugar available here has a different granularity than in the U.S. and that affects the results in their favorite recipes. So it's not the color of the sugar that's critical, it's the size of the granules.

That having been said, brown sugar necessarily has a molasses taste to it, and it goes well in chocolate chip cookies, ginger snaps, apple pie. chocolate cake or cookies, pumpkin recipes, etc.
In fact the only things you can't use brown sugar in are recipes where the white color is critical, like angel food cake, sugar cookies, and cake frosting - which requires a particularly fine sugar .


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Old May 12th, 2012, 4:58 pm
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Re: Recipe Exchange and talk about food

Does anyone have a decent recipe for stuffed peppers, involving cheese?


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Old May 13th, 2012, 3:52 am
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Re: Recipe Exchange and talk about food

Do you want cheese as the main ingredient or as a topping? How do you want to cook them, crock pot or top of the stove? I can look up a recipe for you. how soon do you need the recipe?

I found a box mix of "Larry the Cable Guy" beer bread. I made it using Bud Light beer. it turned out chewy and dense. I don't know if I overmixed it or if it was the light beer. It tastes good. I think I made beer bread years ago, but I can't remember how it turned out.


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Old May 13th, 2012, 1:30 pm
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Re: Recipe Exchange and talk about food

The recipe is fine for whenever, I'm just interested

Cheese as main ingredient or as a topping is cool, and I'm happy with most cheese. I'd probably cook them in the oven.

Only thing I don't eat is mushrooms, just as a heads up

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Old May 19th, 2012, 10:28 pm
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I don't like mushrooms either.
Found a recipe from Campbell's foods. Sausage--Stuffed Green Peppers
4 med. green peppers
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 pound sweet Italian pork sausage, casing removed
1 med. onion, chopped (about 1/2 cup)
1 tsp. dried oregano leaves, crushed
1 cup shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese (4 ounces)
2 cups Prego traditional Italian sauce

(1) cut a thin slice from the top of each pepper. cut in half lenghtwise and discard seeds and white membranes. Place pepper shells in a 13x9x2 inch shallow baking dish or roasting pan and set them aside.
(2). heat oil in a 10-inch skillet over medium-high heat. Add sausage and cook until it's well-browned, stirring frequently to break up the meat. Add onion, and oregano. Cook and stir until onion is tender. Pour off any fat. Stir in the cheese.
(3). spoon the sausage mixture into the pepper shells. Pour the italian sauce over the peppers. cover dish with foil.
(4). Bake 400 degrees F. for 40 minutes or until sausage reaches an internal temp. of 160 degrees and the peppers are tender. Makes 8 servings.
(5) Enjoy.
Start to finish: 1 hour Prep: 20 minutes bake: 40 minutes I have not made this recipe but it seems easy enough


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Old May 23rd, 2012, 9:37 pm
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Re: Recipe Exchange and talk about food

Sounds good. I've never heard of that Prego sauce- do you know if it's tomato based or creamy based? Because I can improvise

I'm gonna try this as soon as I've got some more peppers in, thank you so much


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Prego is a brand name of Spaghetti Sauce. it's tomato based. If you don't want sausage, you can try ground beef. I think any type of spaghetti sauce will work. Fact is, when I was a kid, my mom used regular tomato sauce. We didn't buy jarred spaghetti sauce.


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Re: Recipe Exchange and talk about food

Easy peasy then- I reckon my usual extremely cheap jarred sauce will work

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Re: Recipe Exchange and talk about food

Chop Suey (my grandma's recipe)

Ingredients list

Beef and Pork
Chinese Vegetables
Bean Sprouts
Water Chestnuts
Celery
Onions
Reduced Sodium Soy Sauce
Water
Brown Sugar
Olive Oil, Vegetable Oil or Grapeseed Oil (the latter is really good, since it has a higher cooking point)



Slice beef and pork into chunks.
Add oil and brown -- then put 1 and a half tablespoons of brown sugar in, then carmelize it.

Take 2-3 cups of celery
1 and a half cups of onions

Add to meat and saute a bit and add enough water to cook until meat is done -- then add at end -- 1/2 before done (it takes around 30 mins., so add some around 15 mins.):

Chinese Vegetables
Bean Sprouts
Water Chestnuts
Add 1/2 a bottle to a whole bottle of Reduced sodium soy sauce.


Also, if anyone needs any help in regards to this, let me know. I got this recipe years ago and a friend of mine helped to clarify it, so if there's anything you guys don't understand... I'll do my best to straighten it out.

With this recipe it's a trial and error thing. It takes practice to get it to turn out well. But it's worth it.


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Fried Mushroom Soup Sandwiches

I like to make this sandwich on a cold winter day. For two sandwiches you'll need the following .

Ingr.

4 slices of bread
butter or marg.
1 can condensed Mushroom Soup
Salt & Pepper to taste
2 Tbsp. diced onion ( optional)

utensils

1 butter knife
can opener
storage tub for the unused soup
1 frying pan large enough to fit 2 sandwiches in
1 flipper (for turning the sandwiches)
1 roll of waxed paper
1 cutting board

Method

To start tear off a piece of waxed paper large enough to cover the cutting board and place it on the cutting board .
Open the can of soup .Preheat frying pan over med. heat
Place the bread on cutting board and butter one side of each ,then turn two of them over buttered side down on the waxed paper.
Place about 3 tbsp. of the soup on the upside down bread slices ,add the salt& pepper to taste and the onion if you want it .
Place the second slice of bread on top of the soup butter side up and transfer the sandwiches from the waxed paper to the frying pan . Fry on both sides until bread is toasted golden brown remove from pan slice in half and enjoy.



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