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Old 01-16-2008, 04:17 PM   #271
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OH!! I have missed grilled cheese sammies!!
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Old 01-16-2008, 04:19 PM   #272
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Yeah these have a very light taste....I bet they'd make a great grilled cheese!
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Old 01-16-2008, 04:20 PM   #273
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I tried them for a hot dog roll in my muffin top pan and they didn't roll too well..But, if I free form them on a cookie sheet..making them "thinner", it might work for a hot dog roll..
What do you think, Cleo?
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Old 01-16-2008, 04:24 PM   #274
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I used them plain, warmed up with butter for breakfast or for dinner rolls.
I add a spoonful of artichoke tomato sauce and a sprinkle of mozzarella cheese to make mini pizzas under the broiler.
I put some colby cheese between 2, and put it under the broiler for a grilled cheese (plus lc ketchup of course!)
I make fried egg sammies with them- egg, ham or sausage, and cheese.
Use them for hamburgers/turkey burgers

Things I PLAN to do in the future:
Pancakes/french toast with lc syrup!
Use them as a base for strawberry shortcake!

I have some more ideas written down somewhere...
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Old 01-16-2008, 04:27 PM   #275
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Used buns to eat:
Wendy's burger
Red Robin Burger
Whopper!

Future plans for Cleo's buns:

Peanut butter and smelly
grilled cheese
pizza
Philly cheesesteaks
fajitas/soft tacos
choc chip pancakes eventually
pancakes
to sop up any yummy sauce
Sloppy Joes!
Meatball sub?

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Old 01-16-2008, 04:28 PM   #276
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I used them as french toast this morning with carb free syrup ...was soo good. Had them as buns tonight on my turkey burger.
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Old 01-16-2008, 04:28 PM   #277
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Those look great! I just made my first batch last night, and to my suprise they turned out! Im not the BEST cook! So far I just like eating mine plain! Or warmed up with a little butter..mmmmm!
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Old 01-16-2008, 04:29 PM   #278
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I tried them for a hot dog roll in my muffin top pan and they didn't roll too well..But, if I free form them on a cookie sheet..making them "thinner", it might work for a hot dog roll..
What do you think, Cleo?
I think thinner is great for hot dogs and brats (Wisconsinites need their brats). Thin is especially awesome for gyros.

Thicker still does a pretty sweet job, though for buns.
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Old 01-16-2008, 04:30 PM   #279
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shadowzip-- that recipe looks pretty good! I wonder if it would be schloobery on the bread. I'd be willing to give it a shot, though! Piled high, it's be pretty awesome!
I think they would be okay with just the meat and onions and cheese, you would just have to go easy on the sauce that forms, maybe fold one over taco style fill with filling and dip in sauce? It is an excellent recipe. That is the only reason I buy cube steaks.

By the way your recipe rocks. I have made revolution rolls countless times and these are the absolute best. Just a hint for everyone the last time I made them I layered them with parchment paper and covered them loosely with saran wrap and placed in the fridge. They stayed dry like when taken out of the oven, and do not stick to the parchment paper.
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Old 01-16-2008, 04:40 PM   #280
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Thanks everybody for all the ideas. Now I know I'm going to the store tommorow!!!
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Old 01-16-2008, 04:41 PM   #281
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WOW. You guys are a veritable smorgasborg of gastronomic delights.

And I'm not even sure I know what I said, but I was almost reduced to a nommy nommy nommy.
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You could even sorta roll them up and put a hotdog on them. I think I'm gonna like these. I need to pick up some lettuce tommorow so I'll probably pick up cream cheese.
Yep had them as hot dog rolls. with Kraut. Yumm
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I used them as french toast this morning with carb free syrup ...was soo good. Had them as buns tonight on my turkey burger.
Bought syrup tonight
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These rolls have been a saving grace for me. I am always on the go and now I can still be on go and eat correctly. YIPPEE!!!!
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I'm soooo looking forward tro trying these things. I've been eatig scrambled eggs for breakfast since Cmas and would love to have an egg samwich!!!
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These rolls have been a saving grace for me. I am always on the go and now I can still be on go and eat correctly. YIPPEE!!!!
Ditto, times 450986! These make LCing so easy!
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I'm soooo looking forward tro trying these things. I've been eatig scrambled eggs for breakfast since Cmas and would love to have an egg samwich!!!
Ick..I get SO tired of scrambled eggs. You will LOVE the variety you get with these!
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Haystar--I like scrambled better than fried (their to greasy), or boiled (their dry) and omelets ( i don't like those.) and I made poached eggs one time and got really grossed out.
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Haystar--I like scrambled better than fried (their to greasy), or boiled (their dry) and omelets ( i don't like those.) and I made poached eggs one time and got really grossed out.
Well the only way I really used to eat eggs was scrambled- every morning for breakfast. I ate them WAY too much and I seriously now get feeling when I see or smell them! BLECH!

I like a fried egg sandwich-- I don't like the grease either so I pat it a little-- and make basically an egg mcmuffin! Yummy
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Hi Cleo!

I just had to tell you that I tried your recipe this week and I'm officially in love with you. Honestly, you saved my diet.

I had an oopsie roll today with sausage and egg and it was seriously, seriously....a religious experience. I'm so glad nobody was home to hear me moaning.
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Old 01-16-2008, 05:04 PM   #291
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If your hard-boiled eggs are too dry, then they're boiling for too long.

Has anyone tried grilled cheese? I don't see how these delicate things could possibly hold up to being grilled long enough or hot enough to melt the cheese. With some innovation, I'm sure someone can come up with something delicious that resembles grilled cheese, though.
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I'm giving her a shot now, weasel! I'll let you know how it turns out.

I'm having it with a soup I made through a collossal screw up of a different recipe a friend game me locally. It's good stuff.
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Old 01-16-2008, 05:17 PM   #293
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Thank you for the tips, shadow! I think I'm going to try that recipe! You are the best!!! It also makes me really glad that this is your favorite RR recipe so far. And it was by pure accident. I never have that kind of luck in anything else, though. LOL
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Old 01-16-2008, 05:19 PM   #294
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Looks so good! I am trying take 2 tonight as well!
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Oh yeah I remember a couple ideas I want to try:

tacos and fajitas and quesadillas!
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I took pictures, and the grilled cheese sammiches cooked up really well!

I buttered the rolls and cooked them on the stove. Cut them in half and am not dipping it into my messed-up-soup. It rocks!
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Old 01-16-2008, 05:26 PM   #297
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I finally mastered them myself tonight. I will be addicted!
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I finally mastered them myself tonight. I will be addicted!
Embrace it
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BTW, hubby tried my sammich and said it tasted a little eggy than he expected. Keep that in mind!

I think they're good!
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No egg flavor detected from me, so I don't care what ANYONE else says! More buns for me!!! *Greeeeeedy*
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