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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Sue's Hot Fudge Sauce
Excellent hot fudge - I used it for the middle layer of an ice cream cake. Don't skip the final step to blend the sauce in a blender, it makes it super creamy. I tried some of the sauce that was left in the pan while the rest of the sauce was blending away and though it tasted great the texture wasn't anywhere near as lovely as the final product from the blender.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 18, 2012
Garlic Parmesan Orange Roughy
Delicious! and very easy. 2 suggestions/comments - You don't need all this topping for 1 pound of fish, its way too much. The second time I made it I only made about a 1/4 of the topping for almost 1 pound of orange roughy and it was enough. Excellent flavor but you could still appreciate the fish. Also, I salt and peppered the fish before broiling it. Its a must try - perfect with some fresh broccoli or green beans

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 18, 2012
Russian Tea Cakes I
Very good recipe. Here are my few comments: 1. MUST use salted butter and it MUST be at room temperature - I always bake with unsalted and the first time I made these they were missing something. 2. Use your hands! the warmth of your hands will help melt the butter. So if they are still crumbly when you try to roll the balls use your hands to mix the dough. 3. Don't over cook these, 11 minutes at exactly 350 worked perfectly for me. 4. Let them cool about 3 minutes and then toss in the powdered sugar. They still need to be warm for the sugar to stick. 5. Use a brown paper bag to coat the cookies. Put the powdered sugar in the bag and gently toss to coat. Then you can throw the bag away and its one less thing to clean!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 9, 2011
 
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