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Black Bean Wrap - recipe discrepancy

bridgetbakes

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I need to make the Power Cooking Black Bean Wraps tonight and am confused. The recipe for it listed on the Power Cooking Chicken "main page" differs from what is listed on the "Recipe Summary"

On the main page it says 1/2 cup water. On the recipe summary it says 1 1/2 cups of water. What is the real deal? HELP!
 

AnnieBee

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I just did this recipe a week or so ago. I'm thinking that I used 1/2 cup. 1 1/2 seems like way too much...
 

kam

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I am looking at both now and it is REALLY confusing.

The main recipe does not mention adding any water to the freezer bag, but the summary does.

I would almost be tempted to use the main recipe and not the summary. But I can't say for sure, as I have never made these.

Search in the threads and see if anyone mentioned this when the recipes first came out.
 
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AnnieBee

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Where are you seeing a "main" and a "summary"?

I went to cc, then "theme shows", then "power cooking chicken", then "smoky black bean and chicken wraps".

There, it says add 1/2 cup if using frozen mixes, but if preparing straight away omit the water...
 

bridgetbakes

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Where are you seeing a "main" and a "summary"?I went to cc, then "theme shows", then "power cooking chicken", then "smoky black bean and chicken wraps".

There, it says add 1/2 cup if using frozen mixes, but if preparing straight away omit the water...

If you go to Power Cooking Chicken, there are pictures of each recipe and the link above each picture for the recipe. The recipe here differs from the "Recipe Summary" which is linked on the upper right hand side of the Power Cooking Chicken page.
 

AnnieBee

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Aha! I'd never noticed the summary before - that's handy!

Anyway, I'd still say use 1/2 cup, I think 1 1/2 would make it soupy!
 

pcchefjane

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We've made this several times... I think we use 1/2 cup water at the most... It just depends on whether it looks like it needs it while we are cooking! :)
 
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