bameiboo's Recipe Reviews
Posted 3/1/2013 6:57:46 PM
Gluten-Free Caramel Pecan Upside-Down Muffins
Looks nothing like their picture. All the topping soaked into the muffins, no gooey topping at all. Taste is alright but is dry, amazingly with all the butter it soaked up. Will need more butter to make it less dry. Expensive butter,pecans and gluten free Bisquick for a disappointing muffin.
Posted 4/29/2012 7:35:32 PM
Gluten-Free Braised Chicken with Fennel and White Beans
This was the first time I've used fennel. I got this recipe from Betty Crocker's Gluten free Cooking cookbook. I had just five organic chicken legs. I used two cups of beans I made in the crockpot. I used a can of diced tomatos smaller than called for.I added fresh parsley, tarragon and chives instead of rosemary. This was very tasty, easy and will make it again!
Posted 1/5/2012 8:29:27 PM
Impossibly Easy Vegetable Pie
Very savory. I made this as I had lots of fresh broccoli and gluten free Bisquick. I didn't have fresh peppers and I carmelized the onions and added a bit of the Christmas ham leftovers from the freezer. In 35 minutes it was done perfectly. I used extra sharp cheddar from Sam's club and the cheese flavor is great. I can imagine many ways to make this. The gf Bisquick is pricey so I like that this recipe only uses half a cup. Highly recommend this recipe:-)
Posted 2/10/2011 7:31:27 PM
Ground Turkey Skewers
I have started a gluten free diet, so I am looking for new ways to fix meats. I happened to have the ground turkey and chutney so I gave this a try. Very good and easy. I fixed these with baked sweet potatos and impossible pumpkin pie made with gluten free bisquick.
Posted 3/21/2010 3:18:36 PM
Slow-Cooker Cheeseburger Sandwiches
I never buy velvetta anymore, trying to eat healthier. My husband loves the stuff though. I have been cooking almost all my meals for 2 months in the slowcooker and wanted something other than stew, roast etc. This was pretty tasty but very salty, maybe next time I'll use sloppy joe sauce and cheese for a different flavor.
Posted 6/1/2009 11:48:17 AM
I made these for lunch today and they were so good I couldn't wait to write this review! When I saw the recipe online I noticed it called for soft bread crumbs. Needless to say I didn't see that when I made the salmon patties! Also,I used a regular onion instead of green onions. I topped each sandwich with hidden valley dip and ketchup and my first garden tomato of the year! This is a great budget recipe and a great way to get your omega 3!