Posted: 12/19/2014 07:45:28 AM
You can use a medium size jar, which might range from 24 to 29 oz. in size. It may depend on the brand. If the jar is in that range it should be fine for this recipe. Hope you enjoy it!
Re:Easy Creamy Chicken Casserole
Posted: 12/15/2014 08:18:58 AM
I would just eliminate the step of adding the seasoning packet to the chicken broth and just bring the broth to a boil on its own. Layer the dry stuffing mix over the soup and chicken. Then carefully pour the hot broth over the stuffing mix and bake as indicated. I think this will work just fine and you will end up with basically the same results.
Posted: 12/01/2014 08:32:16 AM
If you are just draining by holding the pans lid on top of the pan and pouring it out the water, some of the water may get trapped. Make sure to drain it well in a strainer, tossing it several times at 1 or 2 minute intervals. You can also place a couple of paper towels in with the drained cauliflower and toss them around to help absorb some of the moisture. Another suggestion would be to try returning the cauliflower to the drained pan, uncovered, and setting on a warm burner for a few minutes. The warmth from the burner will help evaporate some of the moisture but be sure to watch it so the cauliflower does not start to burn on the bottom.
Posted: 11/23/2014 10:52:19 PM
How many lemons for what recipe?
Posted: 11/21/2014 08:02:43 AM
You are right, their flavor and texture do differ. That is why many times one or the other is not specified because most people prefer one over the other, which in most cases either can be used in a recipe. If the author of the recipe feels one or the other needs to be used, they will specify it in the recipe. Is there some particular recipe that you felt one or the other needed to be used?
Re:Easy Candied Sweet Potatoes
Posted: 11/16/2014 08:35:12 AM
It should serve 6 as long as you are using 3 large sweet potatoes.
Re:Gluten Free Diabetic Desserts
Posted: 11/04/2014 2:10:23 PM
Here are three dessert type recipes that you could try. http://www.recipetips.com/recipe-cards/t--3298/gluten-free-english-toffee.asp; http://www.recipetips.com/recipe-cards/t--2736/gluten-free-peanut-butter-cookies.asp; http://www.recipetips.com/recipe-cards/t--79326/gluten-free-cowboy-cake.asp;
The recipes on all of these indicate that they are gluten-free. I am sure there are other recipes on the site that are gluten free. You can search the site for them and check the ingredient lists to see if all the ingredients are gluten free. I hope these three recipes will give you a couple of options.
Posted: 11/03/2014 07:41:04 AM
Valli, unfortunately I am not sure which cabbage slaw recipe you are referring to but without seeing the exact recipe I would guess that the dressing is boiled alone and then added to the cabbage. Otherwise the cabbage would become too wilted and soggy.
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.