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Cooking Questions and Solutions

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Roasting Peppers?

Just wondering how I would go about making roasted red pepper.. I have a ceramic flat top stove and no BBQ
any tips would be greatly appreciated

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I checked recipezaar.com and came up with this one that sounds yummy. It is done in the broiler.

Roasted Red peppers #24643
posted by Jim Mathers I 4/8/2002 see my other recipes

Sweet peppers that are sweet as candy. Serve with any type of fresh bread. Double recipe, you'll want to.....

2-4 servings
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US Metric
servings

35 minutes
(15 min prep, 20 min cooking)

4 red peppers
1 clove garlic
3 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon white vinegar
1. Quarter and clean pith from red peppers.
2. Spray skin side with olive oil mist.
3. Roast peppers under broiler 15-20 minutes, turning occassionaly until skins are black.
4. Put peppers in a paper bag until cool.
5. Peel skins, (do not wash peppers) and put in a bowl.
6. Add smashed garlic clove, oil and vinegar.
7. Salt& pepper to taste.
8. Cover and let marinate at room temperature for 2 hours.

If you don't like this one, or don't have a broiler, there are a lot more recipes there for roasted red peppers, just type that into the search box. I am sure with all they have to choose from, you will be able to find one that works for you.

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thank you very much, I'll be giving this a try! I saw a recipie for a roasted red pepper butter on tv once that I've been wanting to try, I can't believe I didn't think of the broiler!
Again, thank you

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BOIL OVER SOLUTION

Don't ya hate it when the pasta water or potato water boils over onto the stove, or in most cases into it?

I learned a tip from an elderly lady years ago and it hasn't failed yet. Before bringing the water to boil take a tbsp of margarine or butter on a spatula or butter knife and run it around the top 1/2 inch of the inside of the pan. I go around it a few times to make really sure! Just be sure not to overfill the pan with water.

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Cel! That is a great tip! Thanks for sharing!

I was always told that if I didn't want my noodles to stick together to add a tablespoon or so of vegetable oil to the water and bring it to a boil, then add the noodles. So far it has worked for me!

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I love chocolate raspberry cheesecake but the calories and fat are WAY too much for me. Can anyone find a lower fat version of the same one?

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Nadine, let me work on that... I will get back to you.

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Ok. Nadine, I found a couple.... so I will just post the link here to the dessert thread. I will post the recipes on the dessert thread. It's only 1 page right now, so they should be near the bottom of that page.

Enjoy!

Desserts

Edited to add that one of the recipes I found is copyrighted... so I will post the link to it here. It is at the bottom of the page when you click on the link.

White Chocolate Cheesecake with Raspberry Topping
© 1997, Catherine Stein, MS, RD, LD Nutrition Program Director, Benedictine University

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thank you for doing all that searching for me, I appreciate it Smile Even just a few calories of difference would make it better.
I'll have to let you know if they're good

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I am looking for a recipe that someone has made and was successful. I am looking for Jewish Rye Bread. This was my granddads fave. bread which he and I would eat it all up. Has anyone made this before? If so, can you give me your secret recipe?

Thanks,

~Cat

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I have never made this, but can check through my stuff and see if I have a recipe.

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Cat, try these. Like I said, I have never made it myself, so I am not sure how good they are. I hope you can find what you are looking for.

Dan's New York Sour Jewish Rye Bread

The Best Bread Machine CookBook Ever - Ethnic Breads by Madge Rosenberg

CDKitchen.com

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