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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Chocolate Cream Pie II
Very good pie. I used 1 tsp strong coff33 and the 4 T of cornstarch. Used 2 C 1/2/ and 1/2 & 1 C whole milk. I am no longer willing to "stir constantly until thickened" on a burner for any recipe. I use the microwave in short bursts and whisk well about every minute after the first 3 minutes until it's the desired thickness. Took about 5 minutes total in a high power microwave. I also preheated the milk for about 3 minutes on 70% power to make it mix well before I added it to the egg/sugar/cornstarch mixture. Used a high grade cocoa (Penzey's) and it was silky and nicely chocolately. Set up easily.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 27, 2013
Pepper-Mint Limeade
I used frozen limeade. 4 lg cans + 2 cans water each. One 2 liter bottle club soda added just before serving. You need at least 5 mint leaves muddled per can to even taste it. I used 2 jalapeƱos, seeded and sliced overnight. Not enough. Soooo, I seeded another one, ran it in the processor, dumped it in and stuck it back in the fridge or another couple of hours & strained it right before serving. It was the hit of the party.

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Reviewed On: May 27, 2012
Spaghetti Pie III
Great with a few changes. Use a high quality flavorful spaghetti sauce; I suggest one with Italian sausage. I combined the pasta and sauce which made it very moist and no dry noodles on the bottom. I added a chopped whole onion & one tsp minced garlic and sauted that before browning the beef.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 10, 2007
 
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