Deep covered baker recipe
Is there a recipe that is more of an appetizer? I have a 2:00 show and just got the baker and really want to use it!
Thanks, so many of these great recipes always call for things I don't have yet! No seasoning, no juicer...didn't read further but I guess I need to start getting more products.
Check out this thread:
Post #10 talks about a good recipe - instead of halving it - just keep it the regular amounts and do it in the DCB!
2:00 p.m. is late lunch--make anything you want! Really! Time of day doesn't really matter.
This is true... you're not feeding them a meal anyway, just giving them a taste of what they can make for a meal at another time.
Quote by DebbieJ
Easy Beef Salsa Dip !!!
Ingredients - 1lb of Velvetta Cheese
2 lbs Hamburger
1 medium onion
1 16 oz Mild or Medium Salsa
1 tbs Crushed Peppercorn & Garlic Rub (if you have no seasoning leave it out or add some taco seasoning)
2 roma tomatoes
8 0z Sour Cream
Green onions ( optional )
In Deep Covered Baker, break hamburger and add onion chopped with food chopper. Place in microwave for 4 minutes covered. Remove and chop hamburger with Mix n Chop, place back in microwave for 3-4 minutes until done. Drain fat from hamburger. Cut cheese into small cubes. Add Garlic and Peppercorn Rub , then add cubed cheese. Pour in Salsa. Place back in microwave for 6 minutes.
Meanwhile, dice tomatoes, green onions. Place sourcream, tomatoes, and green onions in Dots Trio bowl, Remove baker from microwave and stir !!!
Serve over chips and add your favorite garnish.
YUMMY and EASY !!!
That sounds great! I'll have to try this!
Quote by nancycookspc
Yes, that does sound great, thanks!
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