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Recipe Reviews 12 reviews
Thai-Style Peanut Sauce with Honey
I have made this many times and it is always yummy. I use coconut aminos instead of soy sauce because I'm allergic to soy and it comes out great. I also sometimes sub maple syrup when I don't have any honey. I find the maple syrup version is better for cooking--doesn't burn as quickly and the honey version is better for dipping. I use it as a dipping sauce for spring rolls, a marinade for Asian noodle salad and a chicken satay sauce. It is best if made a few hours or a day in advance so the red pepper flakes and ginger have a chance to mellow.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 16, 2013
Easy Chicken Balls
I thought this was a total waste of good ingredients. I really wanted to like these, but they just didn't work the way the recipe was intended and tasted really strange. I mixed up all the ingredients in the first step--the ONLY thing I did differently was to use half the amount of cloves. I wish I had left them out completely because the flavor of cloves and fresh basil was overpowering. Second, the mixture was so wet and sticky there was no way to roll them into balls and then in cracker crumbs. I ended up mixing the crumbs into the chicken so it would hold together and then scooping them into "balls". Even then they were still way too soft to fry in oil, so I baked them like another reviewer had done. Once baked they had a nice texture and got crunchy on the outside, but they tasted awful! My husband was really hungry and managed to eat several by dipping them in mustard, but he said they still tasted too much like cloves.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 21, 2009
Chocolate Fudge
Perhaps I did something wrong in the boiling step, but the direction really need to be more precise. Mine did not set up completely so I spooned the soft gooey mess back into the pot and heated it on low heat just enough to re-melt. Then I added about half a box of Rice Krispies and spread it back in the dish. It harded into rice Krispie treats just fine, but was sickeningly sweet. I think even if it had hardened into fudge I would not be able to eat it, it's so sweet.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 19, 2008

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