Urgent Looking For Round Covered Baker Recipe's

Discussion in 'Bookings' started by marlaelliott, May 16, 2012.

  1. I am looking for RCB recipe's to put together a college survival cookbook, to give with the RCB as a graduation gift. Any suggestions, recipe's, and ideas would be great. If anyone has already done this please let me know.

    Thank You, :thumbup:

    Marla Elliott
  2. 3girls

    3girls Gold Member

    if you search on here deep covered baker recipes and use half as the base for the RCB it should work for you. Copy Paste could be your best friend.....This is a great idea! Good Luck!
  3. Just a heads up.. None of the pasta dishes that work in DCB have worked in RCB for me.
  4. Franks Redhot Buffalo Chicken Dip
    8oz Cream cheese, softened
    1/2 c blue cheese dressing
    1/2 c Franks Redhot Sauce
    1/2 c crumbled blue cheese
    2 c diced cooked chicken
    Place cream cheese in RCB. Stir in remaining ingredients.
    Bake at 350 degrees 20 minutes until hot. Stir. Makes 12 servings.
    Serve with celery sticks and/or corn tortilla chips.

    Easy and delicious- All the flavor of wings without the mess!
  5. VeronicaW

    VeronicaW Gold Member

    Mexican Chicken Lasagna in the RCB, how long in the micro?
  6. gailz2

    gailz2 Gold Member

    My RCB sits idle on my counter and I need some inspiration to use it.
  7. The only thing I have used it for is chicken (cook in microwave to include in a recipe) and rice. A while back someone posted a recipe for baked chicken and rice using the tangerine rub and sauce. I made the rice with the rub and sauce in the rcb in the oven- delish! So was the chicken. Other than that, mine sits idle as well. Perhaps they'll be coming out with a cookbook, or at least recipe cards for it in the fall.
  8. Half all of the ingredients except the broth. Think of it like you were cooking it on top of the stove, you would still need the liquid to cover the pasta. When I was making the Summertime Spaghetti I started with half the broth and microwaved it for 4 minutes. I realized that the liquid was almost already all absorbed so I added some more broth and cooked for 2 more minutes. At the end of the 2 minutes I added the remaining can and cooked another 4 minutes total, checking it after every minute. It worked perfectly.

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