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Recipe Questions #1238736
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https://www.thecountrycook.net/chicken-philly-sandwich/ , can i use chicken breast and any bread. cool wave blackkitty catrub lab puppy kitty cat burger wavegirl angel USA

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Re: Recipe Questions #1238741
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https://thecookinchicks.com/tuna-melt-panini/ , what can i use in place off cottage cheese. cool wave blackkitty catrub lab puppy kitty cat burger wavegirl angel USA , can i use a george foreman panni press for this.

Re: Recipe Questions [Re: family] #1238744
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Why do you want to substitute? Is it the texture? The cottage cheese will melt. If you want, you could mash it up a bit before adding.

Ricotta is a good substitute.

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thank you very much.

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And the recipe you posted is for a panini press according to the instructions. The brand name doesn’t matter

Re: Recipe Questions [Re: family] #1238748
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Re: Recipe Questions [Re: family] #1238759
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You can use chickn breast. That’s what chicken tenders are cut from. Since this is a sub recipe, you’ll want to use sub rolls as suggested in the recipe.

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The recipe is for chicken, so use chicken! And just use whatever your favorite bread is. I have told you before, recipes are not meant to be exact... they are a guide. I usually make a recipe by what it says the first time. But after that I use other ingredients to make it more to our liking.


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Re: Recipe Questions [Re: family] #1238776
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You can substitute whatever you want.
My grandmother used to make "beef stroganoff."
Only she substituted chicken for the beef.
And she substituted tomato sauce for the sour cream.
etc.
What she ended up with was more like chicken cacciatore than beef stroganoff.
Nothing like beef stroganoff at all.

It didn't matter.
She liked it.
There's no law saying you have to follow a recipe exactly.
Just don't try substituting salt for sugar in a cake.

My brother makes his "tuna fish" sandwiches with canned chicken.
The canned chicken even smells sort of like canned tuna.
Some people call canned chicken "tuna of the dirt" because of the tuna-like way it smells.
That's a pun on the "Chicken of the Sea" brand of tuna.

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Exactly what I say about recipes too! It's a good place to start, but substitute what you want! Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't!


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Re: Recipe Questions [Re: family] #1238786
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family, I combined the recipe questions. You can keep adding different questions to this thread please and thank you. It takes up a lot less room on the board if we don't open threads for each one.

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Re: Recipe Questions [Re: family] #1238806
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Thank you, Ana. Sometimes it's hard to keep up with family's questions.


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Re: Recipe Questions [Re: family] #1238839
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thank you ana, sorry about that.

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No problem, Family! Just post your questions here and we will still respond to you!


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FYI that I've always known tuna sandwiches to be made with cheddar cheese. Yummy!


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Re: Recipe Questions [Re: family] #1239106
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Originally Posted by family


Sure. Just thaw the frozeen broccoli first and drain off any water before adding it to the recipe.

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family, just note that frozen broccoli has a different consistency than fresh. I won't eat canned or frozen veggies.


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Quick & Easy Shepherd's Pie Recipe (Made with Ground Beef)shepherd pie can i use beef sauce for (1.5oz) packet of beef stew seasoning mix,.

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You can use whatever you like, there are no "rules" in a recipe, always adjust to your taste.

My husband hates veggies in a Shepards Pie, so ours are just ground beef and onion, my husband does not think of onions as a vegetable!

So use whatever seasoning you like the taste of.

Shepard's Pies are one of the best "comfort" foods in the world, as long as you put what YOU like in them.


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In the U.K. we make shepherd's pie with minced lamb and cottage pie with minced beef - because over here, shepherds mind sheep grin


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