Re:saving a recipe
Posted: 10/28/2014 07:22:54 AM
What you need to do is click on the little arrow to the right of "Save" and a dropdown will appear. Then click on the "To Recipe Box" option. After it is done saving it to your Recipe Box you will see a statement above the recipe title indicating that it has been saved. Then you can click on "My Recipe Box" in the top menu and it should show up on that page.
Posted: 10/27/2014 07:28:51 AM
After researching the original submitted recipe we did find that it should be powdered sugar used in the frosting. We have edited the recipe on the site so that it is correct now. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.
Re:Corn Bread Recipe
Posted: 10/24/2014 11:06:19 AM
The following address is to a recipe on our site that is wheat-free.
It calls for honey or sugar for a sweetener so you could use honey rather than sugar. The address below takes you to our collection of corn bread recipes. Most call for sugar but again you could substitute honey.
I hope these links will help you out in your search for the right corn bread.
Posted: 10/19/2014 9:27:41 PM
The recipe should have read 1 1/2 teaspoons of vanilla, not cups. I apologize for the incorrect quantity for this recipe. I have corrected the recipe so that it now indicates the correct quantity. Again, I am sorry for the mistake and any inconvenience it may have caused you.
Re:Loaf pan size
Posted: 09/29/2014 08:33:04 AM
I am not sure which meat loaf recipe you are referring to but I am guessing it is calling for 2 lbs. of meat so you should use a 9x5 loaf pan. Most meat loaf recipes call for 2 lbs. but if it only calls for 1-1/2 lbs. of meat you could probably get by with an 8x4 loaf pan. Just be sure the top of the meat loaf is about 1/2 inch below the top edge of the pan to prevent grease from running over the edges. I always place my meat loaf pan on a cookie sheet to catch any grease that might run over the edge. It doesn't generally happen but it has occasionally so I just play it safe to prevent the grease spill in my oven.
Re:Asian Marinated Turkey Roast
Posted: 09/26/2014 11:39:59 AM
I would follow all the directions as stated except rather than placing on a grill I would cook it on the stove in a grill pan or if you do not have a grill pan any frying pan would work. Cook over medium heat for 10 minutes on one side and if nicely browned, turn and cook on the second side for 10 or 15 minutes, until nicely browned. I am not sure about the times so watch carefully and start to test for doneness after 15 minutes or so. You do not want to overcook the turkey so just watch carefully. I hope this will help you prepare this recipe without a grill. Thanks for your inquiry.
Re:Andes Mint Cookies Recipe
Posted: 09/25/2014 08:17:41 AM
This recipe should make 4 dozen cookies. Enjoy!
Re:In English please for the UK
Posted: 08/28/2014 07:53:27 AM
A cup is a measurement. We have a conversion calculator if you need to convert it to a different measurement. Go to http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--510/conversion-calculators.asp and you can enter the number of cups to convert and it will convert it to the measurement you need. As far as the wheat wavery crackers, I am not sure exactly what they are and do not know what recipe you are referencing but I would guess that they are just a wheat snack cracker of some type. Let me know if I can help you further.
Posted: 08/11/2014 07:43:05 AM
Clett, I have a couple of suggestions that might help you when making meatloaf. When placing it in the pan make sure you pack it down tightly. Be sure to cook it long enough and when removing it from the pan use a cooking spatula to loosen the sides; then slide the spatula under the meatloaf to lift it out of the pan. The recipe I use most often is at the following address: http://www.recipetips.com/recipe-cards/u--5579/meat-loaf-with-brown-sugar-topping.asp. We love meatloaf at my house also, so I make this recipe a lot and generally to not have any trouble with it. Good luck with your efforts. I hope some of these suggestions will be helpful.
Re:Gallon Regrigerator Pickles
Posted: 07/28/2014 12:16:26 PM
Yes, you can use a plastic jar. As for the garlic and dill you can use your own judgment but I would suggest slicing up two cloves of garlic to add to each layer, so 6 cloves altogether. As for dill, I would add two heads of dill per layer. A little more or less of the garlic and dill will probably not make a big difference. Good luck with your pickles. Hope they turn out good for you.