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  1. Jennie4PC

    Jennie4PC Legacy Member

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    Can anyone give me any ideas on what else we can se the ct n seal for?

    Right now I have:
    pb&j sandwiches
    fruit pies
    ravioli

    mini pot pies??
    any other ideas would be great. I have a guest who purchased one and would love more ideas
    TIA
     
    Sep 29, 2009
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  2. Aun

    Aun Member Gold Member

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    Go to files and search "cut n seal"

    Quite a few docs come up.

    Here's a thread also that has some ideas: http://www.chefsuccess.com/f7/uses-cut-n-seal-19634/

    You can also search google using 'site:chefsuccess.com "cut n seal"' for more.
     
    Sep 29, 2009
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  3. Jennie4PC

    Jennie4PC Legacy Member

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    thanks, I dont know where my brain is today. I didnt even think of doing a search before.
     
    Sep 29, 2009
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  4. chefann

    chefann Legend Member Gold Member

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    coney dog saucers (bread with canned chili dog chili, slices of hot dogs)
    chicken salad/tuna salad sandwiches
     
    Sep 29, 2009
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  5. HDFarm

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    We make pizza pockets. Dice pepperoni w/food chopper, mozz. cheese, a shake of italian seasoning and a bit of pizza sauce. Mix it all up in a batter bowl. Roll out cresants and pinch seams together. Cut out circles with the cut & seal. Spoon your mixture onto the circles, lay another on top and seal w/the cut & seal. 350 for about 12 minutes.
     
    Sep 29, 2009
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  6. Jennie4PC

    Jennie4PC Legacy Member

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    Ann those corney dog saucers look good. I will have to make those one day.
     
    Sep 29, 2009
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  7. ChefBeckyD

    ChefBeckyD Legend Member Gold Member

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    Great idea! I make something similar with puff pastry squares - but I have to cut and seal and crimp...and never thought about letting the cut n seal do the work for me! They'd just be circles instead of triangles. Thanks for turning on my lightbulb!
     
    Sep 29, 2009
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  8. Rosechef

    Rosechef Member

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    I was thinking that little apple pies would be easy to make...take pie shells and put pie fillings. Then bake according to the pie directions.
     
    Sep 29, 2009
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  9. chefmoseley

    chefmoseley Member Gold Member

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    here is a file that I love for my cns :)
     

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    Sep 29, 2009
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  10. I think it would be awesome to use for camping! Pie irons anyone? I love the round pie irons, but HATE having to "seal" the pie in the iron trying to cut around the edges of the hot iron with a plastic knife, haha. How about making your pie using the Cut N Seal, then just dropping it in the hot iron and cook away?? Can't wait to try the idea!
     
    Jul 11, 2010
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  11. lesliec

    lesliec Veteran Member

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    These look amazing!!!! Can't wait to get home from NC and try some for my family.
     
    Jul 12, 2010
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  12. ChefetteDuJour

    ChefetteDuJour Member Gold Member

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    Re: cut n seal / Formatted version of doc

    I just had someone order a Cut N Seal so I told her I would pass on some recipes.

    I didn't see any other formatted versions - so I made this with
    - index
    - two columns
    - pic of the Cut N Seal
    - footer with your contact info - and at end of document

    Thanks to whoever compiled these in the first place.
     

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  13. leftymac

    leftymac Veteran Member

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    I do the filling for the Taffy Apple Tartlets but make them into little pies instead with the Cut ' Seal
     

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    Aug 17, 2010
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  14. Keith, they look delicious! I am definitely trying that this week-end
     
  15. Jillmami

    Jillmami Member

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    Has anyone used the cut n seal with tortillas?
     
    Sep 25, 2010
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