How do you use the Tupperware Ultra pro?

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1 year ago #31
grandmaCindy
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Could you send me the Country Cobbler recipe please. <email> Thank you very much!

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1 year ago #32
reem
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If i used it in electric oven built in

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1 year ago #33
Pam
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Jade,you can order some tupperware at Pam McKenzie.myTupperware.com

There are some really good specials this month too!

Let me know if you have any questions.

Pam McKenzie
Independent Tupperware Consultant

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1 year ago #34
Ann
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Please send me the recipes for the Tupperware Ultra Pro.

Also, please send the title of the cookbook, address, and item number so that I can learn if I can order the cookbook in the USA.

Thank you.

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1 year ago #35
Sohayla
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Hi sami
It Willie very nice if you send some recipe especially chicken and meat roast lamb leg
Thank you in advance

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1 year ago #36
T lady
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I grew up using cookbooks and instruction manuals but my kids hop on the net. You can find all kinds of good Tupperware recipes on youtube, or google. The tupperware website for Canada has a recipe blog on it as well. Usually Tupperware has instruction booklets with a couple of recipes to start you off with all their products. It seems theydropped the ball here. I normally use it in the oven, but tonight I am in a hurry so I just googled tandem cook meat loaf tupperware and wound up on this board and the instructions are below. So great. I don't have to wait twice as long for my meatloaf now!

I am not 100% sure but probably if you check main tupperware site, they probably have the recipe blog there too. Oh and Pinterest has TONS of tupperware recipes as well.This is how the young people get recipes. So I wish you luck, enjoy your Tupperware Ultra Pro

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1 year ago #37
Arlene
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Hello

Actually you can buy the cookbook for ultra pro. Iam selling tupperware from netherland .

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1 year ago #38
Jo
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What if u don't want to use the microwave?

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1 year ago #39
Kristy
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Jade, these are totally amazing. I am a consultant and can help you with a purchase (if you haven't already done so) if you are in Australia.
Cheers

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1 year ago #40
Gracie SG
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I bought and the mini booklets has instructions. I will post in the next few hours.

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1 year ago #41
Carol C
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I always use product in oven only. Use microwave to defrost only. Use same times as regular roast pan in oven. I just use a quarter inch of water bottom of pan.

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12 months ago #42
maureenlincoln
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I need some time tables desperately! I have a 7 pound pork loin roast I want to cook and i don't know what temp. or how long it should be cooked...please, can anyone advise or have an insert with time tables???

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1 week ago #43
Martina
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I would love these recipes

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1 week ago #44
Marra M
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Hi Martina

Can you share your recipes? Which ones is your favorite?

According to the National Pork Board suggests cooking roasts and pork chops between 145 to 160 degrees Farenheit. Have you tried using a meat thermometer? It only costs from $12 to $20.

Best regards!

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