Trying New Recipes : LUSENET : Cooking & Crafts : One Thread

I love to try new recipes and plan on trying 20 new over the next 6 weeks. Tonight I'm trying Garlic Soup.

Just wondering if anyone else would like to try new ones, too. Maybe we could try some of the same and compare notes, and some different ones and give a review of sorts.

What do you think?

-- Cindy (SE. IN) (, February 05, 2002


I love to try new recipes also but I like simple recipes that don't require buying ingredients u will never use for anything else. the bad thing about trying new recipes is some one has to eat it even if it isn't good.

-- dot payton (, February 05, 2002.

Not if you have enough animals to feed it to, you don't have to eat it!

-- Terri (, February 05, 2002.

Whenever I try a new recipe, I make certain there are frozen pizzas in the freezer! I'll NEVER live-down the meatless meatloaf recipe that even the dog wouldn't eat!

-- Ardie/WI (, February 05, 2002.

Hey, trying new things is what this forum is about!!

-- Karen (, February 06, 2002.

We had the garlic soup last night, and we can't wait to have it again. It's declicious. We're also considering putting potatoes and/or mushrooms in it.

-- Cindy (SE. IN) (, February 06, 2002.

Cindy, could you post the recipe for us? Thanks!

-- cowgirlone in OK (, February 06, 2002.

MIGAS (me-gas) one pkg. 12 count corn tortillas;4-6 eggs (or whatever you like)salt and pepper. This is mainly a delicious,healthy breakfast meal. In a medium to large skillet add enough oil to cover bottom of pan. tear into small peices the corn tortillas. when the oil is very hot add the corn tortillas and stir to wet all the tortilla.when the corn tortillas are fried but not crisp ad the eggs and scramble. Great with your favorite salsa. I hope you enjoy.

-- paul (, January 23, 2004.

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