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Blood Orange Curd Tarts

Blood oranges just might be some of the most beautiful citrus fruits out there, with a sweet and colorful flesh that ranges from a hint of red to a deep purple. Blood oranges are always an excellent choice for juicing and look beautiful just sliced into a fruit salad, but that fresh juice can be…

10 Crave-Worthy Cheesecake Bars

Want homemade cheesecake with less fuss? Cheesecake bars are the answer! Cheesecake bars are a wonderful cheesecake compromise. You get all the great flavor of cheesecake without the fuss of making a big cheesecake. If you’re new to baking cheesecakes, cheesecake bars are the perfect place to start. If you’re an experienced baker, you’ll still…

Pulled Chicken Sandwiches with Pink Peppercorn Pickled Red Onions

Pulled Chicken Sandwiches. Braised in apples, onions and spices to form its own BBQ sauce, then served with freshly pickled, peppery red onions. A great recipe for game days, casual parties and any time you need to feed the crowd. The post Pulled Chicken Sandwiches with Pink Peppercorn Pickled Red Onions appeared first on Rock…

Veggie Pizza Muffins

Cheesy, and loaded with veggies, these pizza muffins are great for kids and grownups alike. They are made in jumbo muffin pans with a really easy (no-rise) pizza dough. My pizza muffins are made similarly to monkey bread – where the muffins are made up of lots of small balls of dough, each filled with…

Chocolate Chip Coconut Pecan Cookies

Chocolate Chip Coconut Pecan Cookies. Chewy chocolate chip cookies with crispy edges and packed with coconut and crunchy pecans. Make them even more eye catching with easy additional garnishes. The post Chocolate Chip Coconut Pecan Cookies appeared first on Rock Recipes.

Two SD Loaves Starting This Week!

Two SD Loaves Starting This Week! Submitted by Elsie_iu on March 18, 2019 – 6:48am. OK… Can we all forget about the crust and focus on the crumb instead? I was hoping that the weak dough would gain some strength itself with time… Yet it didn’t. Oops…     50/50 Red Fife & Spelt Walnuts…

SF Sourdough (Giraudo’s recipe)

SF Sourdough (Giraudo’s recipe) Submitted by mikedilger on March 17, 2019 – 9:01pm. I tried Mike Giraudo’s recipe, posted by dmsnyder.  It was as follows 250g starter (60% hydration) 600g water 1000g flour 20g salt Makes two 875g loafs  Mix all ingredients 2 minutes on low speed until mixed, then mix 9 more minutes on…

Rock Recipes most popular recipes of the last decade.

Rock Recipes most popular recipes from over a decade; since 2007. Here’s a 2019 UPDATE of our 25 most popular recipes out of over 1700 posted to date. The post Rock Recipes most popular recipes of the last decade. appeared first on Rock Recipes.

1 Hour Chicken Cacciatore

1 Hour Chicken Cacciatore. No need to spend all day slow cooking chicken cacciatore, this easy shortcut recipe takes only one hour to bring all the traditional flavour to the table. The post 1 Hour Chicken Cacciatore appeared first on Rock Recipes.

Spicy Maple Baked Chicken Wings

These chicken wings are baked in the oven until crispy and then glazed with a sweet and spicy maple sauce. I’m way late to the chicken wing game, like 30 years too late. For whatever reason, I thought they weren’t good. All sauce, no substance, and not worth the sticky mess. Boy, was I wrong!…

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