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Pampered Chef: Help.... Dcb!

  1. I just got the DCB and want to demo something for a show this weekend. I haven't cooked anything in it yet. What is the best or easiest recipe to demo?? Thank you guys!!!
    Oct 15, 2009
  2. chefheidi2003

    chefheidi2003 Senior Member Gold Member

    I am using mine for the first time at a show..for the Loaded Baked Potato Chowder. I made it last week to try it out so I didn't have to do it for the first time at that show..and I loved it..easy and good.
    Oct 15, 2009
  3. Jen1409

    Jen1409 Member

    Oct 15, 2009
  4. babywings76

    babywings76 Legend Member Gold Member

    15 minute Fajitas is the easiest and quickest one! I do that and then make the pass around salsa. (I think it's called "fast fajitas" in the files.) I'm headed out the door, otherwise I'd check...

    When I get back I can post more.
    Oct 15, 2009
  5. Jen1409

    Jen1409 Member

    fast and easy fajitas

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    Oct 15, 2009
  6. DebbieJ

    DebbieJ Legend Member

    did you search for recipes behind Consultant's Corner? There's a whole bunch there!
    Oct 15, 2009
  7. easytoprepare

    easytoprepare Member Gold Member

    The 10-Minute BBQ Pork Tenderloin does it for me in the MICROWAVE! I sampled this at the county fair were WOWED!
    Oct 15, 2009
  8. Shell Northway

    Shell Northway Member

    Rush Hour Chicken Fajita's. They are awesome!! Also the Grilled Chicken Penne Al Fresco is good. People are amazed at the 30 minute chicken and the Pork Tenderloin.
  9. ChefBeckyD

    ChefBeckyD Legend Member Gold Member

    I've sold more DCB's and booked more shows, just by doing the 30 minute chicken. Quick, easy, cheap, and absolutely amazing to people!
    Oct 15, 2009
  10. Thank you everyone for all the input. I did look under CC Debbie J but wanted to know from "real" people what they did. =]
    Oct 15, 2009
  11. ChefPaulaB

    ChefPaulaB Veteran Member

    Grilled Chicken Penne al Fresco.... I think it's fairly easy (probably not as easy as the 30 minute chicken, but...) and it is super impressive and nummy!
    Oct 15, 2009
  12. floccies

    floccies Member

    The chicken is the easiest demo. Have it in the baker already sprinkled with Paprika and a PC seasoning (Italian, greek, BBQ, Rosemary -- pick one). First, have the baker sitting there with the lid on and really sell the baker (fast, economical, for about what a family would pay for one meal out, talk about all the recipes that can be in the baker prepped ready for when you walk in the door end with the chicken. Walk around with the lid off, show the raw chicken, then to the microwave). I have had hosts that have never cooked a whole chicken ever. They are usually in the $5-$6 price range -- my local grocery store had them for "daily specials" last week and they were less than $2. Cross sell with the trivit(perfect size for the baker--it's hard for me to bring this trivit to shows -- because it stay on my table and I use it all the time), digital thermometer(if you are cooking meat in the microwave you want to be sure it is cooked properly), and weekday dinners done(has four DCB recipes and the rest are skillet recipes --all the ones I have tried are fanstastic and easy) -- even if someone has the baker they may not have all of the other three items.)

    Use the baker yourself so you can have true excitement and examples, the chicken try a different seasoning each time, meatloaf, penne pasta, mexican chicken lasagna, potato chowder -- the 29 minutes part II has several recipes for the DCB -- I just went through the book and marked the index of the ones that used the baker -- now I just need to try them.
    Oct 16, 2009
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