I love making this sauce, it’s perfect on just about everything. I use it on baked potatoes, steak, chicken, fish, shrimp, pizza, french fries, toast, noodles, rice, vegetables….. on and on. There’s a little asian market that as the sweet chile sauce for cheap, which is a great sauce on it’s own. Once you whip this up, you’ll see how great it goes on everything, it’s just a great combination of sweet, salty, and spicy.
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This weekend I was making breakfast and made biscuits, only because I had a tube that I wanted to get rid of. While I was making Bacon, I decided to go with a sausage gravy idea, so I whipped this up and it came out pretty good. it’s a really easy recipe and it was all stuff that I had anyways so it cost next to nothing for me to have breakfast and lunch.
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I found this instructable on making your own cured bacon. It was taken from a recipe out of Charcuterie. This would make for a really neat weekend project, plus it will give you the option to add your own seasonings and flavors…. maybe a Sweet Habanero Breakfast Bacon.
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This recipe is for a quick Chicken Cordon Bleu dinner. It has it’s roots in Switzerland of all places, but was more American-ized in the 50’s. It’s a nice take on the normal baked chicken and makes for a nice entree with some masked potatoes and greenbeans on the side, or, don’t bread the chicken and it makes for a great sammich filler.
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I made this recipe Sunday for the first games of football. It was really cheap and fed a whole group of people with leftovers for a few days. It’s the ultimate “Combine Everything and Put it on Low” recipe that frees you up to do other things while you are waiting for it to cook.
Ingredients:Read More »Football Bacon Beans