tehachap's Recipe Reviews
Posted 10/11/2011 6:20:42 AM
Apple Cinnamon Fritters
These remind me of the Bisquick "Darn Goods" -- which are like donut holes. Rolled in a mixture of cinnamon and granulated sugar, they're addictive!
Posted 6/23/2011 2:05:01 PM
Posted 3/5/2011 12:28:31 PM
Pepperoni Breakfast Pizza
Years ago, Bisquick offered a recipe for pizza crust and it called for adding Italian seasoning. I'm thinking that would make a nice touch for this recipe as well. Excellent idea for a different breakfast!
Posted 2/14/2010 11:31:57 PM
Sausage Cheese Balls
I must have done something wrong for my sausage cheese balls turned out solid/firm and when they cooled off they were almost inedible. I would have thought they'd turn out light and fluffy. Anyone have any idea what went wrong? I'm in high altitude (4,000 ft.) so would that have been a problem?
Posted 10/30/2008 9:47:57 PM
Turkey Pot Pie with Potato Biscuit Crust
I made a few changes to the recipe, based on what I had on hand. I put 2 tbsp margarine in a saucepan, added one diced potato, one diced rib of celery and about 4 tbsp. minced onion (I don't tolerate onion but love the taste). I tossed in a seasoning packet from a package of oriental noodles since I didn't have any bouillon on hand. I seasoned the mixture with Poultry Seasoning, garlic salt, parsley and pepper. To this mixture I added about 1 cup of mixed frozen vegetables and water to cover. I cooked the veggies over medium heat until the potatoes were almost clear, but still firm. Next I made a rouge out of flour and margarine (basic rouge is equal parts flour and margarine mashed to a paste), stirred some of the hot vegetable liquid into the rouge until it was a creamy paste and then added most of the rouge back into the hot vegetables, stirring until the rouge was incorporated evenly. If the sauce is too thick, add a bit of water--if too thin, add more of the rouge. You want the consistency like a thick chowder. I didn't have an 11x17" pan so used a 9x13" baking pan. I also added about 1/3 cup of grated parmesan cheese to the potato/biscuit dough. It smells wonderful and I'm sure it'll be more than edible! It'll be a keeper for sure.