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Recipie for rectangular breadbowl, chicken in the micro cooker, and salad dressing?

Dec 18, 2004
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Has anyone ever done this? I have been approached several times by a woman who will have a kitchen show if I can make the following recipie (she had this once at a PC demo): a bread bowl using the lid of the rectangular baker, chicken in the micro cooker, and then topped off with a homemade salad dressing (she thinks it was rice vinegar, but is not sure). Does anyone out there have any clue to what recipie she could be talking about???
 

PamperedGinger

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Feb 3, 2005
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lisanski said:
a bread bowl using the lid of the rectangular baker, chicken in the micro cooker, and then topped off with a homemade salad dressing (she thinks it was rice vinegar, but is not sure).

What does she mean a bread bowl? Does she just mean the lid to the rectangular baker or that plus something else??

I cook chicken in the microcooker ALL THE TIME! Not a whole chicken, but the breast. It is awesome if you don't need it browned. My favorite thing to cook in the micro cooker is hamburger (but that is off topic).

I would do a recipe search on Consultant's Corner and put in the info you know. Who knows, maybe something will come up.
 

Shawnna

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Feb 2, 2005
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I remember seeing a bread bowl recipe, but it wasn't in the rectangle baker. It was round, so maybe it was in the deep dish baker lid/bowl, which has been discontinued. I don't know what cook book it was in, but I am sure it would be adapted.

I have cooked ground beef in the microcooker, but not chicken. That is a great idea. It would keep the chicken moist and cook quickly. Great for making salads or recipes calling for chunked, shredded, or chopped chicken.

Good luck with the recipes. I will try to remember to go through my cookbooks tonight and see if I can find that bread bowl recipe.

Shawnna
 

Sannemomof4

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Apr 9, 2005
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lisanski said:
Has anyone ever done this? I have been approached several times by a woman who will have a kitchen show if I can make the following recipie (she had this once at a PC demo): a bread bowl using the lid of the rectangular baker, chicken in the micro cooker, and then topped off with a homemade salad dressing (she thinks it was rice vinegar, but is not sure). Does anyone out there have any clue to what recipie she could be talking about???


I dont know the recipe but actually had a special training the other nite and a national senior executive director mentioned its a great recipe to have done beforehand and whatever stone it was in fits in the rectangle basket! hths :)
 

Lisa S

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Nov 14, 2004
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Bread Bowl

I can only help a little. The bread bowl recipe is in Casual Cooking. Maybe you could double it and make it in the 9x13?
 

BethCooks4U

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Bountiful Bread Bowl

Double the recipe for the Bountiful Bread Bowl (pg. 24 Casual Cooking) and use the stoneware lid/bowl.

2 pkgs. refrigerated French bread dough

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. GENEROUSLY spray outside of the stoneware lid/bowl. Place it upside down on counter. Unroll the bread and press the two loaves together to make a large sheet of dough. Gather the dough up and quickly place over the lid/bowl. Do not press dough into stoneware bowl. Lightly pinch seams together and trim excess off. Bake 15-18 minutes until golden brown. Remove from oven. Cool the bread ON the lid/bowl for 15 minutes and then carefully remove it from the lid/bowl. Turn upright and cool another 5 minutes.
 
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