I like comparing the cost of the DCB to the cost of a family meal out! Great one liner! Maybe tips on working w/ a whole chicken.?. I've been surprised at how many people have never used a whole chicken before.
Top seller in our cluster (4-5K/mo) swears by DCB chicken fajitas at every show - something like sliced peppers and onions in the bottom, chicken thighs on top - nuke for 20 minutes, debone and use salad choppers on the chicken, then serve. Do a search for chicken fajitas.
Was on a training call today and the consultant uses 2 bakers at her show. One for the main dish & then puts in the cobbler cake:
1 box yellow cake mix--not butter recipe
1 can peach pie filling
1 1/2 stick butter cut into pats
Layer as listed above in DCB and micro 10 min. stir and micro 3 min. more. top with any of our sprinkles.
If I am not making something in it for the party, I still bring it and make a chocolate cake in it. I just make a chocolate cake batter pour it in to a lightly greased DCB and use about 2/3 can of chocolate frosting and just drop by spoonfuls on the the cake. Cover and microwave for 9 minutes. The frosting goes to the bottom, and I just put a big spoon in it and serve warm. SUPER Yummy!!! everyone loves it. Wouldn't necessarily sell one with cake, but gives you a good opportunity to talk show and talk about it.
I set the microwave for 4 minutes (for 1 lb, thawed) COVERED. Then break it up with the mix n chop. Put it in for another 4 minutes COVERED and then I rest the edge of the DCB on the RUFH trivet and soak up the grease with the kitchen tongs and papertowels (or it can be drained in a colander). I usually use the papertowels so I don't have any extra dishes.