Top Rated Self Rising Flour Recipes

Pecan Pie Bao With Chocolate Bourbon Sauce
Add a sweet twist to the classic savory Chinese bao. This steamy bun is filled with a sweet pecan pie mixture and drizzled with a chocolate bourbon sauce.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
Ricotta-Stuffed Zucchini Flowers
The delicate and beautiful zucchini flower was once discarded by many… can you imagine? This is a real stand-alone dish, no accompaniments required — just a glass of wine and an appetite. — Vicky Valsamis, author of The Vegetable: Recipes That Celebrate Nature
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4.5
Strawberry Shortcakes
We pump up the strawberry flavor in this shortcake by stirring in fresh and freeze-dried berries into the sweet biscuit dough and the tangy whipped Greek yogurt.Recipe courtesy of Bake from Scratch
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4.5
Pancakes
Prepare your dry pancake ingredients in advance in a jar, pour in the wet ones, shake it up, and cook in a skillet over the campfire.This recipe is courtesy of The Londoner.
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4
Pikelets
These yummy golden little pancakes are served warm with jam or honey. Every Australian will have made these many times throughout their youth. My son had his little friend over today, and I ended up making a second batch because the boys gobbled them up and begged for more.-Catherine RobsonThis recipe is courtesy of Catherine Robson via Food.com.
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rabbit and dumplings
“Most Americans don’t realize that a pound of rabbit meat only has about 800 calories. Additionally, it contains less fat and only about half of the cholesterol of some more commonly used proteins like chicken and pork. Rabbits are one of the most productive domestic livestock animals available. Given the same amount of feed and water, a rabbit can produce roughly six pounds of meat whereas a cow will only produce one pound.” – Chef Anthony Gray of Bacon Bros. Public House in Greenville
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