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Old Mon, Jul-04-05, 19:41
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What Is Cheese Puffs? Sue
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Cheese Puffs are great. You have to use Real American Cheese. It can't be fake anything. I use Kraft Deluxe or American Cheese from Schwanns. Take two pieces of the cheese place it on parchment paper and microwave for 50 seconds. Peel it off the paper and use it as bread. Add the filling of your choice. They are really good.

It might take a couple of times to get it right since microwaves can be different.
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Made this this weekend for the family and I received such marvalous raves for it everybody loved it. This is diffenately a keeper.
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Thanks so much for the great recipe. Had my roast cooking all day while I was at work and it is DELICIOUS! Definite keeper. I love crockpot recipes.
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Old Wed, Aug-10-05, 02:27
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i need to make this again. maybe next week i will use my crockpot. sue
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Old Sun, Dec-04-05, 21:55
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i think this recipe needs to get bumped up to the top. this is a truley great recipe . my family likes it. i am trying to find some low sodium mixes to use. i have not found it yet. i am going to keep looking and i will post them if i find a way to make it with less salt. sue
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Old Tue, Jun-20-06, 11:50
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Would the original recipe (the one posted at the top) be good if you added some water? It wouldn't be so dry then. Just a thought
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Old Thu, Jun-29-06, 09:47
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my roast was not dry. it was so tender.i may have added more liquid but i am not sure. sue- i think i am going to make this next week again,. sue
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you can add some beef broth for the liquid and it can also be made in the pressure cooker that is the way I do it and everybody loves it.
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Old Mon, Jul-03-06, 10:57
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i never tried it in a pressure cooker. i need to buy a new one with the safety switches on them. sue
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Old Mon, Jul-10-06, 09:45
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Abby135--what brand mixes are you find with that low carb count--the ones I've looked at are all very high in carbs but mostly McCormick is what I've seen and store brands.
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i am going to try this one. i need meals that i can prepare in the crock pots. sue
Here you go ...

http://walking.about.com/cs/diet/a/recipecarnitas.htm

Beef does not do as well in a crock pot but fatty pork does.

I rub the fresh ground cumen mixed with oil over the roast 1st, the whole process took 10 hours in my pot. You can check with a meat thermometer if in doubt. I just slice the meat thick after it cools then fry up in butter as needed. The cilantro is optional. True carnitas are seasoned then deep fried in lard they are yummy and very filling.
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okay i have made this recipe alot but i was just reading the soidum on this recipe- it called for 130 mg sodium and if you use the packages of seasonings would there be more sodium in it? or is there sodium freem seasoning mixes out there? i have high blood pressure now and want to watch sodium. sue
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Old Tue, Oct-14-08, 23:09
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bump it up to the top. i still love this recipe. sue
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Old Tue, Sep-20-11, 13:42
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okay i tried this recipe first with the beef roast and it was awesome. i beilive i posted earlier on the recipe. second time i used this recipe,I USED A WHOLE CHICKEN! I USED THE DRY MIXES AND MIXED TOGETHER AND PUT A CHICKEN IN THE CROCKPOT AND THEN PUT THE SEASONINGS ON THE CHIKEN AND THEN I PUT 2 OR 3 CUPS OF DITE RITE COLA ON BOTTM OF CROCK POT AND I TOOK IT TO WORK AND EVERYONE LOVED IT! SUE- THIS IS A GREAT RECIPE. I JUST MIGHT TRY COOKING A WHOLE DUCK WITH IT. SUE


Interesting. Sue must have been from the South. Never thought of adding Cola to a roast.

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