Recipes by Cooking Method
Need a recipe for the microwave? Don't know what to cook in your crockpot? Got a new bread machine you want to try out? In our Recipes by Cooking Method section you can browse by recipes formulated for specific cooking methods to use those underutilized kitchen appliances!
Most bread makers have a dough cycle available which means it becomes a tool for more than just making bread. You can make cinnamon rolls, flatbreads, pretzels and so much more.
Try recipes like Crusty Homemade Bread Bowls, 7-Grain Bread, or Whole Wheat No Oil Pizza Crust.
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Time to dust off that crockpot because it can do much more than you think. Not only is it perfect for soups, stews, and roasts, but it also makes great breakfasts, side dishes, and even desserts.
Try recipes like Caribbean Chicken, Easy Peach Cobbler, or Southwestern Style Sausage Egg and Cheese Breakfast Casserole.
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george foreman grill
George Foreman brand grills are wonderful for when you can't grill outdoors or just want to cook food with less fat. They are actually quite versatile as they can cook more than just burgers or chicken, they work well for fish, sandwiches, seafood, and more.
Try recipes like Gourmet Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Beef And Vegetable Kabobs, or Salmon with Tomato Salsa.
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So many recipes have been created for use in the microwave that it has become the most used appliance in most home kitchens. While it's still great for defrosting or baking a potato, you can also create wonderful meals in a fraction of the time that a regular oven takes.
Try recipes like Hot Fudge Pudding Cake, Mexican Chicken Dip, or Microwave Stuffed Bell Peppers.
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Whether you can grill year-round or only in the summer months, make use of our huge collection of grillables to keep the menu fresh and fun. You can grill everything from your usual burgers to desserts to pizza!
Try recipes like Simple Grilled Beef Tenderloin, Bacon-Wrapped Stuffed Jalapenos, or Beer and Onion Brats.
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Pressure cookers cook the food in less time than the oven and make them more moist and tender. And they aren't just for cooking meats, you can make desserts, rice, fish, and more.
Try recipes like Beef Stroganoff, Boston Baked Beans, or Banana Pudding.
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