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Thu June 7, 2012
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Description: I tried the cheese taco shell recipes from this site and had poor results in a frypan. They stuck. Then I remembered a "mistake" my daughter made as a teen. She put a processed cheese slice on a greased (sprayed) plate in the microwave and cooked it. Hmmmm...I said, "I wonder?" and voila! It's perfect.
Ingredients: one process cheese slice
How To Prepare: Spray a small microwable glass plate.
Place a cheese slice on it. I have a 1,000 Watt oven and cooked it on high for exactly 40 seconds.
I think you'll be as impressed as I was! It steams and puffs and when you remove it it firms (or hardens...depending on how long you leave it in)
At 40 sec it still remains pliable. After one minute it has brown areas and was much crisper..good for crackers. When you get it just right at all the various stages, you can fold it in half for taco filling etc etc. Re-spray the plate each time. I do 2 cheese slices for a great hamburger. I also tried 1/3 c grated cheddar and it worked beautifully too!Quick and easy and no hassle!
Carbs per serving - include all nutritional information if known: usually about 1 carb. Check pkg label
Preparation Time: less than a minute
Effort (Easy, Average, Difficult): Easy

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