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Blackberry MuffinsView Instructable »
I haven't used any canned corn with this recipe. Glad it still turned out tasty!
Glad you liked it!
If you use fresh tomatoes, I recommend blanching them and removing the seeds before adding them.
IngredientsView Instructable »
I wouldn't freeze it, but you could keep it in the fridge for about a week.
oh, wow, sorry edited the instructable to correct this. When you mix the flour and the dry mixture together, you add the butter then.Let me know how yours turn out!
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Let me know what you think of this sauce with it KyleD14 just mix everything together all at once:1/2 c mayonnaise1/4 tsp dry mustard1 tbsp ketchup1 1/2 tsp Sriracha chili sauce1/8 tsp black pepper1/2 tsp paprika1/4 tsp salt
Haha, I know! Seriously, the store brand kind are dry and stick to the roof of your mouth and I've never liked them, but these are like bite sized awesomeness that I have eaten way too many. Thanks for the kind words!
Powdered DonutsView Instructable »
Thank you for your kindness! I have never filleted a fish myself, up until last year I had my dad to do it for me or bought them from the fish market already filleted. This needs to be remedied.
This is awesome!
Restaurant-Style SalsaView Instructable »
You can do the same set up as this to coat fish. I usually just coat my fish in plain flour, then dip in the egg wash, then coat in breadcrumbs that's been seasoned. I haven't put the fish in the freezer before frying them, instead, I fry them immediately after coating; I then serve with a wedge of lemon to squeeze on the fish before enjoying.
I just used vegetable oil and it went about halfway up on the cheese stick- so you can flip it half way through cooking. You want to cook them for about two minutes and if it was completely covered in oil, they would cook too fast. Of course, it depends on the size of your pan, but for this I believe I used about two cups.
and I am going to try it your way, thanks for sharing!
:). Thank you!
Ooooh, what do you do, I might want to try it :)
Thank you so much!
Fried Mozzarella SticksView Instructable »
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That does sound delicious.
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Apple Cinnamon Pancakes View Instructable »
Thank you! Let me know what you think!
Brown Sugar & Cinnamon Brea...View Instructable »
If I could get everyone to stop using the pre-shredded stuff in every recipe, I would :).
Thank you! Let me know what you think of it when you do try it.
Great to know!
Lemon Blueberry BreadView Instructable »
I used all-purpose flour.
Bacon is yummy in everything :).
I love the way you think...I rely on my slow cooker more than I care to admit.
Sinfully delicious, I'd say.
Nope, 2 tsp of instant yeast. I used Fleischmann's RapidRise Instant Yeast that comes in 3 tiny packs..you aren't even going to need a full 1 pack to make this.
Thanks! I have never owned a bread maker. I know, I know, what am I waiting for? Maybe one day soon I will have one in my kitchen arsenal.
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Strawberry Banana MuffinsView Instructable »
Great idea! Since I don't know when my next vacation will be (too long in any case), I will have to try some of the elastic bowl covers next time.
This is super easy to make. Seriously, jump right in and you will be fine. The hardest part is waiting so long for the dough to proof...
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