Re:Peanut Butter Krispie Bars April 24 - 30, 2016
Posted: 04/25/2016 08:44:51 AM
Hi altansey, the pan size is 9 x 13. We have updated the recipe on our site. Thank you for visiting RecipeTips.com and for your feedback. All the best!
Re:making cornbeef brisket with the beer
Posted: 03/16/2016 7:22:10 PM
I would cook the recipe for the same amount of time regardless of adding any of the vegetables. I would also keep an eye on it to make sure enough moisture remains since the vegetables are absent. Possibly add some water or additional beer if the moisture level gets too low. You don't want to dry out the corned beef brisket. I would error on the side of too much liquid rather than not enough. Best of luck with the recipe change.
Posted: 03/16/2016 2:46:43 PM
Hi Honey. This should be heavy cream. We have updated the recipe. Thank you for reaching out for clarification. We appreciate the feedback. All the best!
Re:Topping for Texas Golden Bars
Posted: 03/04/2016 12:14:29 PM
Hi. The top will crumble a bit. It's just the nature of the bar recipe. Perhaps score or cut them fresh out of the oven. It might be easier before they cool completely. Enjoy!
Re:Pina Colada Punch Recipe Question
Posted: 02/22/2016 09:44:35 AM
Hi deb22. This recipe has recently been updated. It is suggested to use 16 oz of pina colata mix, 46 oz of pineapple juice and one liter of ginger ale. It's all a matter of taste, so please adjust to your liking. Thank you for reaching out to RecipeTips.com.
Re:Healthy Oatmeal Cookie Recipe
Posted: 02/12/2016 07:54:39 AM
Hi Dorothy. We do not currently provide recipe nutrition information at this time. I is on our list of future enhancements. Sorry for not being able to help this time. All the best...
Posted: 02/12/2016 07:44:38 AM
Hi DeeCrane. Try this. Make sure you are logged in to your account. Browse to the recipe page. There should be a "Save" link above the Ingredients section. Click on the "Save" link and select the "To Recipe Box" link. That should add it to your recipe box. Let us know if this does not solve your issue. Thanks...
Posted: 12/09/2015 3:02:33 PM
We can't confirm this recipe's origin is from the Koho. Sorry. Wish we could help you in your quest.
Re:deer bologna do I need to wrap in foil?
Posted: 12/07/2015 6:21:13 PM
I believe normal oven baking temperatures would dry out and burn your cheesecloth. Cheesecloth is typically used in cooking where temps are low or submersed in liquid to keep it from drying and burning. If you can seal in the moisture of your bologna with foil it might keep the cheesecloth moist enough to not burn. Possibly try a small sample first to be sure.
Re:After Brining Turkey, Do I cook the breast down or up? Ive heard so many Things =/
Posted: 12/07/2015 5:31:18 PM
You will get a much better presentation with the breast up, but it will need some added basting attention or covering to keep it from drying out as you noted.