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Favorite Recipe For RCB

keynibear

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Jul 22, 2013
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What is your favorite recipe to make in the Round Covered Baker? I have a customer who has asked me for some recipes for her RCB. I've selected several, and I've told her that she can use any DCB recipe, just to cut the ingredients in half.

As fellow consultants, I would like to know what is your favorite thing to make in the RCB.
Thank you.
 

JanisF

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Feb 10, 2013
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This recipe isn't a PC recipe (I think PC has one that is similar to this though), but is a favourite for entertaining:

Buffalo Chicken Dip Recipe

Ingredients:
1 cup of sour cream
2 cups of grated cheese
1 pkg of softened cream cheese
2 chicken breasts cooked and diced
1 cup of Frank's Red Hot

Kitchen Tools:
2236 - Mini Measure-All® Cup or 2225 - Measure All® Cup
1108 - Microplane® Adjustable Coarse Grater
2175 - Easy Read Measuring Cups
2685 - Mix 'N Masher
2522 - Grill Pan Dinner Set
2585 - Food Chopper
1012 - Cutting Board (or one of the other fabulous cutting boards that PC offers, my favourite is 1005 - Reversible Bamboo Carving Board)
1364 - Round Covered Baker
2431 - Classic Batter Bowl
1657 - Mix 'N Scraper
1344 - Silicone Oven Mitt or 1329 - Oven Mitt
2156 - Hot Pad/Trivet or 1587 - Stackable Cooling Rack

Directions:
Blend then bake in RCB for 20-25 minutes at 400 •C
 

keynibear

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Jul 22, 2013
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I love the Buffalo Chicken Dip. YUMMY. I don't make it much, as my hubby doesn't like spicy, and that is a bit much for one person.
 

JanisF

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Feb 10, 2013
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You could also use the leftover dip as a spread on a tortilla/pita, just add "salad", roll and voila! Lunch is served!
 

mspibb

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May 18, 2005
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We have a family recipe for what my friend calls "Dessert Corn" normally I make for a crowd in a 9x13. Made it for Christmas dinner in the RCB. Fill about 3/4 of the way with corn (I used part of a thawed bag of frozen) 3 tbs flour, 1/4 c sugar- stir add half and half to a little less than covering the corn. Dot 1/2 stick of butter on top bake 350 - 15 mins stir, another 15 mins stir. A 9x13 takes about an hour but it was less than that for this. Just bake until thick and bubbly. Was a nice size side for 5.people.
 
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