Re:Question on recipes: Easy Enchiladas (5260)
Posted: 05/17/2013 1:58:02 PM
I don't see any reason why you couldn't use beef. Most commonly chicken is used with the green enchilada sauce. You could substitute beef for the chicken and red sauce for the green and have another great recipe! If you try it, let us know how it turns out.
Re:Question on recipes: Grilled Chicken Kabobs (92907)
Posted: 05/16/2013 08:27:59 AM
Old Bay Seasoning is a blend of herbs that is used for seasoning seafood and poultry. The herbs used in this seasoning are mustard, paprika, celery salt, bay leaf, black pepper, crushed red pepper flakes, mace, cloves, allspice, nutmeg, cardamom, and ginger. You could substitute any seasoning that contains the same or close to the same these herbs or any seafood and poultry seasoning that is available to you in your area.
Re:Asparagus & cheese bread pudding
Posted: 04/18/2013 08:19:11 AM
Based on 12 servings in this bread pudding recipe the calories per serving would be approximately 278. Hope you enjoy the recipe. It is delicious!
Re:Question on userrecipes: Best Easy Burger (4220)
Posted: 04/17/2013 07:39:07 AM
I have edited the recipe and taken the 2 slices of bread ingredient out and made a couple of other minor changes. I have made these burgers and did not add the bread. They were really good. I think you will enjoy them especially if you like pepperjack cheese. The cheese gives the burger just a little spiced up flavor that is great. When you go to the recipe you may have to refresh your page to see the changes I made. Hope you enjoy the burgers!
Re:Roasted Asparagus Quiche
Posted: 04/08/2013 08:48:47 AM
To freeze this I would definitely bake it first because I don't know how the eggs would react to freezing. I am afraid that it may cause the dish to have a funny texture. I would bake it, cool it completely and then freeze it. When ready to prepare to serve, take it from the freezer and defrost in the refrigerator. Remove it from the refrigerator about 45 to 60 minutes before reheating. Cover the top with foil and reheat at 300 degrees F. for about 15 minutes. Remove the foil and bake for another 10 minutes. To check to see if it is hot enough, stick the tip of a knife in center of the quiche and leave it there for 15 seconds. Pull the knife out and check the tip of the knife. If it is hot to the touch the quiche should be warm enough. If not, heat for a few more minutes and check again. If you feel the crust is getting too browned, lay a piece of foil over it. Good luck with the recipe, it is a delicious one.
Re:Question on recipes: Spaghetti Bake (2934)
Posted: 04/05/2013 10:43:57 AM
Yes, it can be frozen, whole or half. Just wait to add the last sprinkle of cheese until you are baking it. I would freeze it before baking it and it would be best to thaw it before baking it. If it wasn't completely thawed it would be ok but you would just have to bake it a little longer.
Posted: 04/05/2013 07:10:57 AM
There may be several factors that could affect how dry the cracker dough would be. Did you sift the flour? If not, there may have been too much flour added. Also, when measuring out the two types of cheese, you may have packed a little too much cheese into the measuring cup when measuring the cheese out. I would try working a little more butter into the dough and see if that will help hold the roll together better.
Posted: 04/01/2013 07:36:16 AM
Go to: http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--1312/ham-cooking-times.asp to see our ham cooking times for different types and sizes of ham. If this is a whole fully cooked ham your cooking temperature would be 325 degrees F. and cooking time would be 5 - 7 minutes per lb.
Re:Question on userrecipes: Biscuit Pizzas (5938)
Posted: 03/29/2013 12:00:01 PM
I am not sure that would work because the English muffin is already baked and it may get too dried out or browned too much. The biscuits are refrigerated dough that hasn't been baked yet. The English muffins would also make pretty little pizzas.
Re:Ham cooking time ASAP
Posted: 03/24/2013 07:45:12 AM
Go to: http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--1312/ham-cooking-times.asp
Since I am not sure what type of ham you are cooking it would be best for you to check out this Ham Cooking Times chart to see the time and temperature to use. It will make a difference if it is fully cooked, whole or half. Good luck.