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xpress redi set go cooker recipe anybody have some to share?

Started 1265945077 in Kitchen & Food Talk | Last reply 1269899305.773 by CathyMitchell
I just got mine today and am learning the ropes. made a pizza with cressent roll dough, came out pretty good.

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TennesseeY­ankee12659460411119 PostsRegistered 7/20/2006The Tennessee Valley
There's a list of websites with recipes in the xpress redi-set-go thread a page or two back. :)

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4uthebest12659465983527 PostsRegistered 1/21/2009
I made the almost instant coconut custard pie in the little round holes and they came out very well and it is excellent portion control.

Idacat12659504864707 PostsRegistered 7/26/2005Idaho !!!!
I bought 500 recipes as a .pdf download for $7 from:
Http://www.ourgrnbusiness.com/xpress_redi_set_go.html
I haven't even begun to read through them.
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Txblond12659813311715 PostsRegistered 3/3/2007
Has anyone made the Bundt Cake - what did you do, just use a regular cake mix & fill the insert & what about time to bake? I have never seen a recipe for this.

Idacat12659927724707 PostsRegistered 7/26/2005Idaho !!!!
> Has anyone made the Bundt Cake - what did you do,
> just use a regular cake mix & fill the insert & what
> about time to bake? I have never seen a recipe for
> this.
I don't think the bundt insert is made for any special recipe or cake. I have the entire 500 recipe collection, there are tons of recipe that would work in this pan.
Most cake recipes start with a third of a box of commercial cake mix: 1 cup mix, 1/2 c water, 1 egg. Baking time is 7 minutes.
There are also may other recipes based on the Bisquick "impossible pie" recips>
I don't see much use for the bundt pan, but you'd use it just like the full round insert or the bottom well of the cooker, it is only a different shape.
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4uthebest12660080163527 PostsRegistered 1/21/2009
I tried that 1 cup 1 egg 1/2 cup water and it did not work at all after 12 minutes. Quite obviously the cake mix was too old or the egg too big or both as the water was fine :-)

Txblond12660677461715 PostsRegistered 3/3/2007
Thanks for the info ladies. Guess I could always pour egg in the pan & see what happens - LOL.

Nuisie1126641977696 PostsRegistered 2/8/2006
Just got my cooker. I have read several posts for Impossible Coconut pie. Is there a special recipe for this cooker? If not, how long do you cook it and which pan did you use? Thanks

4uthebest12664209183527 PostsRegistered 1/21/2009
Coconut pie.. your choice which tray to use.. cooking time for me was about 12 minutes no matter what tray (except main one) that I used but I added more milk/eggs as I wanted a custard type inner consistency.

Idacat12664221354707 PostsRegistered 7/26/2005Idaho !!!!
You can download a cookbook with 500 recipes from this site :
http://www.ourgrnbusiness.com/xpress_redi_set_go.html
For $7.00 and well worth it.
Although I have mainly used mine for heat and eat things.
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4uthebest12664226823527 PostsRegistered 1/21/2009
I actually counted them and there are more than 500 which was a nice surprise. The other "bonus" items have nothing to do with the redi set go as far as I can tell and the format of them is horrible yet the main offer is very good for $7.

Idacat12664251694707 PostsRegistered 7/26/2005Idaho !!!!
> I actually counted them and there are more than 500
> which was a nice surprise. The other "bonus" items
> have nothing to do with the redi set go as far as I
> can tell and the format of them is horrible yet the
> main offer is very good for $7.
Did you get this?
I have to say I was most impressed.
The bonus recipes are still interesting and I might try some. I actually think they are included unintentionally since no "bonus" is offered with the $7 download.
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DayDreamer12664297981388 PostsRegistered 8/8/2006Texas
I, too, got the "bonus" recipes which somewhat surprised me, and I'm pleased with the few Redi Set Go recipes that I've looked at so far.
I haven't yet looked at the other recipes, other than to check to make sure they had downloaded, but I plan to check them out as soon as I can.
Idacat, thanks for the link to get these recipes. BTW, my full circle pan should be delivered tomorrow; it arrived at FedEx in Dallas early yesterday afternoon and now, I guess, will be turned over to slowpoke USPS which means it could be anytime from tomorrow, Friday or even sometime next week before it's delivered. :-(
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Idacat12664309364707 PostsRegistered 7/26/2005Idaho !!!!
LOL, I hope the folks that run that website appreciate my advertising for them ;-)
But is sure beats the "recipe club" !!
ETA: my round pan is here in town also, turned over to the dreaded USPS, should at least get it tomorrow or next day. I don't want to use the bottom ot the until to cook so am waiting for that pan.
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Edited by Idacat at 02/17/2010 9:25 AM PST

Last edited on 2/17/2010

DayDreamer12664327611388 PostsRegistered 8/8/2006Texas
> . . .
> ETA: my round pan is here in town also, turned over
> to the dreaded USPS, should at least get it tomorrow
> or next day. I don't want to use the bottom ot the
> until to cook so am waiting for that pan.

I'm with you on that, although I did use it one time. However, I did not use the non-stick cooking spray. I've read too many posts, here and elsewhere, that using that stuff seemed to be the cause of non-stick coating peeling off cooking utensils. I put two or 3 drops of vegetable oil in the bottom and used a silicone pastry brush to spread the oil in the bottom and on the top and sides of both. It worked great, cleanup was a matter of using warm water and a paper towel and drying it thoroughly. I've since used the divided pan several times, using either olive or vegetable oil instead of the non-stick spray, and it's worked great and clean-up, by handwashing, is easy and great.
I'm not a believer of washing any cookware, especially non-stick, in the dishwasher. :-)
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CathyMitch­ell1269899305.7671 PostsRegistered 3/29/2010

We have a group on ya hoo where we share recipes and ideas.  Just go to groups and type in the Xpress 101

Cathy Mitchell

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