Crusty Baked Fish

This recipe came to me by way of a friend.? I’ll post it as she sent with my changes added. nonstick cooking spray 1 egg white 1/2 cup all-purpose flour (out of all-purpose, used self-rising) 1/4 cup cornmeal (used self-rising) 1/4 cup panko (Japanese-style breadcrumbs) (used about 1/2 cup) 1 tsp. salt-free Cajun seasoning (didn’t have Cajun so I used Old Bay) 1 lb. catfish fillets, halved (4 pieces) (don’t like Catfish so I used Talapia) Preheat oven to 450 degrees.? Spray the surface of a flat, non-stick baking dish with non-stick cooking spray.? (You may ask why spray a non-stick? pan with non-stick spray – it acts like oil in the pan.? You can also get this effect by spraying the meat while cooking).? In a shallow bowl beat egg white until it forms soft peaks.? Place flour on a sheet of wax paper.? On another sheet combine cornmeal, panko and seasoning.? Dip fish in? the flour and shake off excess.? Dip in the egg white.? Roll in the cornmeal mixture.? Place on baking pan.? Spray the tops

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Crusty Baked Fish

K. C. Masterpiece Buffalo Marinade

Another great product!? Foodbuzz and Tastemakers sent me a bottle of K. C. Masterpiece Buffalo Marinade

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Think With Your Taste Buds – Desserts

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Think With Your Taste Buds – Desserts

Lima Bean Soup

With the weather suddenly going from the 70s to the 30s I decided it was time for some body warming soup.? One of the men I work with cooked some lima beans and brought a bowl to me at work.? They were delicious but reminded me more of a soup than just a dish.? He told me what his ingredients were but I didn’t write them down.? So, I again decided to Think With My Taste Buds and came up with my version of Lima Bean Soup.? It didn’t turn out quite like his limas but it sure turned out delicious.? See my full recipe by going to Martha’s Recipe Cabinet.

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Lima Bean Soup

Key Lime Jello Pie

While wondering around through the grocery store I ran into a really nice lady who apparently loves to cook too.? We talked for a while and then she told me she went to one of the restaurant chains for her birthday.? There she had a dessert that consisted of graham crackers, lime jello, key lime yogurt and cool whip.? I wrote down the ingredients but not the exact assembly.? So I used my motto “Think With Your Taste Buds” and created what I’m calling Key Lime Jello Pie.? You can find the full recipe by going to my site Martha’s Recipe Cabinet . Changes – Change the flavors of the jello and/or yogurt

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Cabbage Rolls

This dish is so good.? The original recipe called for 2 egg whites as well as the 2 whole eggs, I left them out.? It called for basil and dill which I also left out.? Also, the cheese in the original recipe was cheddar, I wanted a little heat so I used Pepper Jack which gave this a wonderful taste!? I just decided to “Think With My Taste Buds.” See the full recipe by going to Martha’s Recipe Cabinet

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Cabbage Rolls

Think With Your Tastebuds – Desserts

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Thank you to everyone who participated in helping me select the cover for my new cookbook Think With Your Taste Buds – Desserts which will be coming out in June, 2011.? This is the cover that received the most votes.? It’s beautiful!? Thank you to all of you.

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Banana Cinnamon Coffeecake

The original recipe was called Cinnamon Coffee Cake.? I decided to Think With My Taste Buds and change it up a bit.? I had 3 bananas that were ripe and needed to be used, I had some Ricotta cheese that needed to be used and for cinnamon type toppings I prefer brown sugar.? The recipe called for sour cream but I wanted to use up my ricotta which is dryer than sour cream but I thought that adding the bananas and 1/2 cup of water would make up for the moisture that would come from the sour cream.? Plus, I have used ricotta before in cakes and they have always come out moist.? And using the brown sugar instead of regular sugar in my topping worked out perfect.? For changes – add coconut, of course.? Change the spice from cinnamon to allspice, cloves, etc.? All-in-all, this came out perfect and I was able to use up some ingredients that may have gone bad before they were used.? I do think I’ll use a few more nuts in the future making but it’s still good as it is. View the recipe by clicking on Martha’s Recipe Cabinet

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Banana Cinnamon Coffeecake

Mother’s Crumb Cake – Pulled

This recipe was sent to me by my wonderful friend Lillian in Florida.? I followed the recipe to the letter,until I got to the end and I had to make some kind of change.? So, I added some finely chopped pecans to the topping.? The taste of this is wonderful but the roasted flavor of the nuts was quite tasty too. Watch for this wonderful recipe in Think With Your Taste Buds – Desserts

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Apple Upsidedown Cake – Pulled

This is a simple recipe that uses apples but you can use pears instead of apples or change up the spices using apple pie spice, allspice, cloves, etc.? You can make a drizzle using a little powdered sugar and milk but this cake really doesn’t need anything other than a plate and a fork. Pulled and moved to the manuscript file for Think With Your Taste Buds – Desserts

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