New recipe ideas to add to my collection?

query of summer_of_1982 : New formula ideas to add to my aggregation I am workings on trying to breakthrough new recipe to ADHD to my accumulation. I worship to cook and endeavor putout new formula. Do you knowing of any success formula that you would be volition to stock or website with some success formula. I have a nutrient allergy so I’m allergic to cheeseflower so no cheeseflower product of any form for the formula. Best Answer:

Answer by Mary An
I adoration the Recipezaar website. They fifty-fifty carnival the nutritional value ​​

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5 Responses to “New recipe ideas to add to my collection?”

  1. Michelle says:

    I swear by allrecipes.com. They have nutritional information and all the recipes are contributed by regular people, so there are super easy recipes for beginners and advanced recipes for expert chefs. They also have a rating system for each recipe where people can rate it based on the 4-star system and leave comments on how they may have changed the recipe or any suggestions they have. It really is the best recipe website out there! Oh, and did I mention it’s free??

  2. jonni_hayes says:

    how about a nice cold pasta salad…..cooked and chilled spaghetti pasta, chopped tomatoes, cucumbers, diced green/red/yellow sweet bell peppers, celery, green onions….mix together and pour over some Italian dressing and sprinkle with McCormick’s Salad Supreme….this is also good with drained flaked tuna, chopped imitation or real crab meat……

  3. HipHopGrandma says:

    allrecipes.com (allrecipes has more depth, plus they have a free subscription service)
    epicurious.com
    McCormick Seasoning’s recipe newsletter
    Hormel newsletter
    alicias-kitchen (this one also has really neat sayings at the beginning of each newsletter)
    Village Food
    Mealtime.org
    RiceARoni.com
    Lawry’s Inspirational
    Betty Crocker
    Just to name a few.

  4. Lina says:

    very tasty

    Balloon Biscuits

    ¼ c. sugar

    ½ tsp. cinnamon

    2 Tbsp. margarine

    4 large marshmallows

    8 refrigerator biscuits, not baked, or 4 grand size biscuits, cut in half

    8 paper liner cups

    Preheat oven to 450°.

    Place paper liners in muffin tin.

    Stir sugar and cinnamon together in a small bowl.

    Set aside.

    Place margarine in liquid measuring cup.

    Heat in microwave for 40-45 seconds.

    Stir margarine when melted.

    On a very lightly floured surface, flatten each biscuit by hand.

    Dip kitchen scissors in flour and cut each marshmallow in half.

    Dip marshmallows in margarine, then roll in cinnamon/sugar mixture.

    Place one marshmallow half in center of flattened biscuit.

    Wrap the biscuit around the marshmallow, pinching edges together to completely seal.

    Dip the entire biscuit in melted butter and roll in cinnamon/sugar mixture.

    Put in paper liner with pinched side down.

    Bake 8-10 minutes.

    YIELD: 8 balloon biscuits

  5. dohfiddle says:

    Lovely Lentil Soup : ingredients 2 table spoons olive oil , 1 medium sized onion diced , 2 large carrots diced or sliced 2 garlic cloves crushed 1/2 pound of lentils rinsed thoroughly 1 pint of water 1 bay leaf

    Cooking procedure :

    1. Heat the olive oil in a large pan over medium heat. Once oil is hot, add the onion and carrots. Cook for a 10 minutes or until the vegetables have started to soften, then add the garlic.

    2. Add the lentils, bay leaf, and water to the pan. Simmer over low-medium heat for 20-30 minutes, until lentils are softened. serves 4

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