I’m always looking for new “bread” products recipes for our gluten-free eaters. I think that is the thing they miss the most. Thanks to “The American Test Kitchen” ( ATK ) the possibilities are a lot greater.
For I think, generations, a hot roll for Sunday dinner has always been on the menu. It is sill the case at our house. This Wheat Cloverleaf Rolls recipe isn’t much different from other rolls but it is a fun way to bake them.
Chicken is a mainstay in our diet. The continual question is “What shall we do with it tonight?”. Baked Chicken Fingers is one of those that can be tweaked a little and be different every time you make it.
We don’t like to fry food, but liked the baked crispiness of this recipe. We have made and changed this recipe so many times that when I looked it up to write this post, the only consistency was the chicken and olive oil. The spices are constantly being changed.
After working all day painting house trim I was ready for an easy dinner. I had it all planned. So, I left my husband outside to clean paint brushes and I started browning hamburger for tacos. It was going to be so easy. I had the hamburger browned and the taco shells in the pan when I remembered we used the last of the cheese for lunch. My family was hungry. I needed something quick and I was out of almost everything. I quickly mixed my muffins and got them in the oven. While they were baking I scrambled eggs. We had breakfast for dinner. Everyone loved it! Bonus for me all I had to do was get cheese and I had easy dinner almost done for later in the week. Win! Win!
They saved the day.
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