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Old Sat, Jun-26-04, 19:28
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Okay - I have to try this..


thanks!
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Old Mon, Jun-28-04, 11:22
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Follow Up:

Did try it and they taste awsome.

Better actually than a regular hamburger bun which really has very little taste in and of itself.

I did find, however, that I could not get 18 buns out of the recipie as described. As a result I'm doubling the carb count. I think that has to do with the waffle maker I'm using though. It's Belgian.

Time to go to the store, however, and get another waffle maker.

This recipie alone is worth that..
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Old Sun, Jul-11-04, 13:07
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I didn't have any buttermilk, so I used Yocheese instead. They are absolutely awesome!
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Old Wed, Jul-14-04, 03:54
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Default try this..

On the reverse side of parchment paper,draw around a bread and butter plate.
Then put about a tablespoon of the mixture on and carefully and thinly spread to the circle shape..nuke for one minute,they will puff up,then go down. As they cool you can easily peel them off the paper. {I usually have 2 going and fire one in to nuke while 1 is cooling]
You will get about 20. Then you dry fry each side in a pan til golden..Voila! Tortillas! store well in the fridge{just reheat in microwave for 20 secs]
I dry fry them for a litte longer and use them to scoop curries[Yum]
This idea, alas, is not mine! but the originator of the recipe Sherrie..I just picked up this idea when lurking on another site.
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Old Tue, Oct-26-04, 14:15
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I have seen this recipe before and copied it, but then I lost it. I came back here and I knew you guys would have it somewhere!
Glad to see no one hated them... I really need a bun for bacon cheese burgers! Thanks!
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Old Mon, Jan-03-05, 22:21
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This recipe looks really good.....I'll have to try it!
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Old Mon, Jan-17-05, 15:04
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this looks like a great recipe, thanks for sharing i have a muffin top pan already. has anyone tried making these in a muffin top pan yet? and also, with the carb count, does it mean per piece of bread? or per bun as in two pieces equals a bun? sorry for the confusion
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Old Mon, Jan-17-05, 15:57
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Playdoh..check out this link..you'll find it lengthy, but worth a browse through..lots of folk have experimented and tweaked all over the place!!
http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/s...&threadid=65922
Hope its of some help
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Old Fri, Jan-21-05, 17:30
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I made these and they are awesome! I had a sandwich! I could put some meat and cheese between these and eat with my hands again. Salad on the side of course. Very easy to make, delicious too. I made plain ones, spiced ones, and cinnamon ones for brekky. I heartily reccomend these bread like objects!
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Old Sun, Jan-23-05, 17:22
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MammaC
HI! I was reading the replies about theese burger buns and I found yours interesting to my needs. I tried theese the other day and I have to say they were quite tasty, although I made mine the same way you did yours, on a hot griddle. Before I said anything to my husband, he tried them and he said they tasted like pancakes. Much to my surprise, that was the exact same thing I thought they tasted like. Do you think I did something wrong when making them? and did yours taste like pancakes to you? I also wondered if you have also tried them on a waffle iron like the recipe calls for, and if so , do they taste anymore like a regular bun when making them that way? If so or anyone who knows who has tried them this way please let me know and I will certainly invest the few dollars in buying a waffle iron? Thanks for your reply and any tips you can give me in advance. bsgatz.
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Old Mon, Jan-31-05, 16:56
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Wink sounds awesome...

thanks for sharing! i'll have to try it!
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Old Thu, Feb-03-05, 09:25
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Default These Are Great!!!!!!!!!!

Made these last night, and they are wonderful. I left out the seasonings and made them plain. I think plain they need some salt but wow. Heated in toaster this am for a breakfast sandwich, and they were great!! I wanna try making them sweeter with cinnamon or maybe with unsweetened cocoa powder!! The possibilities and variations are endless. You gotta try these!!!
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Old Thu, Feb-03-05, 10:23
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Could you use the minicarb 0 carb mix instead of the Atkin's mix?
Thanks
K
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Old Thu, Feb-03-05, 11:55
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Default O So Lo Rolls Imitation

Having never tried them, I wouldn't know about them, but the people on this site raved that the recipe this person derived is an exact duplicate.

O'Solo Roll Clone
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Old Fri, Feb-04-05, 05:57
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When I made theese i used half the batter for the buns and half minus the seasonings for waffle like desert bottoms. Added cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice to the desert ones and the children loved them. I ate mine toasted and with a lil Polaner sf Blackberry preserves. It's now sweetened with Splenda. Was a nice change during the hectic morning.

Angel
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