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How to Cook Shrimp Perfectly Every Time I Taste of Home

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They come off the grill with huge flavors perfect for your next cookout. —Melissa Rodriguez, Van Nuys, California. Get Recipe. Taste of Home True Shrimp Creole A true Cajun dish, this recipe is even better if refrigerated overnight to allow all the flavors to blend. Get Recipe. ... See Details

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How to Freeze Bananas 3 Different Ways | Taste of Home

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How to Freeze Sliced Bananas. To freeze banana pieces, peel and cut them crosswise into 1/2-in.- to 3/4-in.-thick slices. Then, place them in a single layer on a wax-paper-lined baking sheet and flash-freeze until the slices are frozen solid, about two hours. ( Psst! ... See Details

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How to Cook a Ham the Easy Way (Recipe - Taste of Home

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All you need to do is reheat and finish it off with a tasty glaze. Our Test Kitchen pros show you how it’s done, with their best tips and a recipe, to boot. How to Cook a Bone-in Ham. This recipe makes enough for a party or a family dinner with plenty left over—about 10 to 14 servings. ... See Details

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40 Delicious Uses for Balsamic Vinegar | Taste of Home

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Cucumber salad recipes are my absolute favorite! This fast, fresh salad is a winner at every get together. It's an easygoing, healthy side dish for kabobs, chicken or anything hot off the grill. —Blair Lonergan, Rochelle, Virginia ... See Details

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How to Cook Asparagus with the Stove or Oven | Taste of Home

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Snap off stalk ends as far down as they will easily break when gently bent, or cut off the tough white portion. If stalks are large, use a vegetable peeler to gently peel the tough area of the stalk from the end to just below the tip. If tips are large, scrape off scales with a knife. ... See Details

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How to Cook Quinoa | Taste of Home

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Step 1: Simmer the liquid first. Unlike rice, you won’t want to start quinoa in cold liquid. You don’t want it to absorb any cold water and throw off the water-to-grain ratio, or it will taste soggy. So bring your water or broth to a simmer before stirring in the quinoa. Then, let the mixture come back up to a simmer. ... See Details

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How to Roast a Chicken Perfectly - Taste of Home

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Last, snip off the string. Remove and discard the lemons and rosemary from the chicken cavity before carving. Don’t be afraid to carve—it’s easier than you think! Tilt the chicken over the roasting pan to empty any excess juices from the cavity (and use them to make gravy). ... See Details

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16 Recipes for Super Tender Beef Short Ribs | Taste of Home

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The fall-off-the-bone-tender entree is much appreciated on busy days. —Peggy Edwards, Heber City, Utah. Get Recipe. 15 / 16. Taste of Home. Slow-Cooker Short Rib Ragu over Pappardelle. An irresistible sauce gives this beef another dimension of flavor. Nearly any starchy side, such as potatoes or polenta, will work in place of the pasta. ... See Details

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6 Things to Cook in a Nonstick Frying Pan—and 4 Things Not To

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When working with tomatoes or lemons, put away the nonstick cookware. Acidic foods like these will wear off the nonstick coating, making the pans age more quickly. Stainless steel is your best bet for dishes that feature these flavors. Just don’t make these stainless steel cooking mistakes. ... See Details

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When to Throw Away Nonstick Pans (And How to Keep Them

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If you see scratches, that means the nonstick Teflon surface has been compromised and the chemicals could be flaking off into your food. Not good! To be safe, once a pan is scratched it’s gotta go. Nonstick Pans Do Not Last Forever. A good rule of thumb is to replace them approximately every five years. Look at your pans frequently. ... See Details

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