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Easy Indian Butter Chicken

Reviewed: Mar. 12, 2013
I make this but use only apx. 4 pats of butter and use one small container of plain yogurt and 1/4 cup of heavy cream and also with the gram marsala add 1 teaspoon Indian curry. I mix all the ingredients but the cream in a bowl and coat the chicken (I like my chicken on the bone)and place in a baking dish or a clay pot and pour sauce over chicken and bake I serve it with honey drizzled over top to take away the bitterness and bake at 325 unttil chicken is done and tender. I also used chopped tomatoes along with tomato sauce.
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Hobo Beef and Vegetable Soup

Reviewed: Jan. 10, 2012
I make this but instead to make it more of a "Hobo Soup" I buy 2-3 cans of mixed vegetables and 1 chopped onion and minced garlic and 1-2 cans of chopped tomatoes (not stewed tomatoes they are too sweet) and add the broth or instant bouillon and add the ground beef raw and place all this in a crockpot or stock pot and just like the hobo would do-all in 1 pot. Add the spices according to taste or just rely on the ones in the canned veges. quick and easy and very economical!
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Butternut Squash Soup

Reviewed: Oct. 7, 2011
I have tried this recipe and others probably experienced that peel and cutting a butternut squash is a pain unless u have a very very sharp knife I found it easier to pierce the squash and place it in the over at 400 degrees until it can be pierced with a fork smoothly then I let it cool and cutting it is a breeze and all you have to do is peel the tought skin off.
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Blueberry Cheese Danish

Reviewed: Jun. 30, 2011
I made this and it turned out wonderful. I used some blueberry pie filling and added fresh blueberries on top. I didn't have cottage cheese so I used some ricotta tasted great. For the glaze I used 4oz cream cheese and 1 T. real butter and confection sugar and 1 t. vanilla and put this in zip lock baggie and cut the corner off and drizzled it all over. I will make this again and again!! NO MORE STORE BOUGHT DANISHES FOR ME!! I think next time I will make round danishes.
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Makhani Chicken (Indian Butter Chicken)

Reviewed: Jul. 22, 2010
I love this recipe and make it all the time the only difference I use chicken quarters or thighs on the bone I remove skin and fat. I pat butter on them and squeeze juice of lemon on them and sprinkle garam masala and curry on it and add slices of onions and minced garlic and in a mixing bowl I mix the plain yogurt a large can of crushed tomatoes and more garam marsala and also I add fresh ginger grated and pour over chicken and about the last half hour i pour a pint of real whip cream over the chicken and instead of chili powder I add apx. 1/4 t. crushed red pepper. and that's it. I drizzle on honey if desired to take away some of the bitter taste so it's very easy and only really one pan and one bowl and I make oven browned potatoes to serve with it....I can never get enough of this....
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Wendy's Indian Butter Chicken

Reviewed: Jul. 20, 2010
I make this but don't use oil I take chicken quarters and place a dab of butter on each and about 1/4 c gram marsala and 2 T curry and rub this on the chicken and squeeze lemon on them and put in oven at 325 I then take a bowl and add 1 large can tomatoe crushed and to taste crushed red peppers 2 cloves garlic crushed and 1/2 sliced onions and one pint of cream 1 container of plain yogurt pour this on the chicken until cooked thorough and when I serve it I drizzle honey on it to take away the bitter taste you should also remove skin and extra fat first you can use chicken breast deboned I prefer with bone and serve with oven browned potatoes.
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Grandma Sal's Peach Kuchen

Reviewed: Dec. 2, 2009
I don't know what I did wrong but it did not turn out. I even tried warm, with ice cream...but no....I give it 1 star for submitting it.
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Frosted Banana Bars

Reviewed: Aug. 28, 2009
AWSOME! ONLY THING I DID DIFFERENT WAS TO MAKE MY OWN FROSTING (I HATE ANYTHING PROCESSED) I USED 2 CUPS POWDERED SUGAR 1/2 CREAM CHEESE 1/2 STICK OF BUTTER APX. 1/4 C MILK. I MELTED BUTTER AND CREAM CHEESE IN MICROWAVE APX. 45 SECONDS AND ADDED TO THIS THE SUGAR AND THEN ADD MILK TO KEEP IT SLIGHTLY STIFF AND CUT A SMALL CORNOR OFF OF A SANDWICH BAG AND FILLED IT WITH THE FROSTING AND JUST DRIZZLED OR PIPED THE FROSTING ON IN A SQUIGGLY DESIGN IT LOOKS KIND OF FANCY AND DIFFERENT THAN FROSTING JUST SPREADED
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Chocolate Zucchini Sheet Cake

Reviewed: Aug. 28, 2009
AWSOME CAKE I HAVE BEEN OFFERED MONEY TO MAKE THIS FOR PEOPLE...THE TRICK TO MAKING THE CAKE NOT TO SOGGY IS TO DRAIN THE ZUCCHINI IN A STRAINER AFTER YOU HAVE PROCESSED IT IN THE FOOD CHOPPER I HAVE ALSO SUBED THE MILK IN THE CAKE WITH SOUR CREAM AND USE BUTTER INSTEAD OF OIL AND IT'S JUST AS AWESOME. AND I USE REGULAR WHOLE MILK IN THE FROSTING GREAT WAY TO USE UP THOSE FAT ZUCCHINI'S IN THE GARDEN.
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Penne a la Vodka II

Reviewed: May 26, 2009
I MAKE THIS WITHOUT THE VODKA (WITH OR WITHOUT IT) I ADD APX 1-2 TBLS. BROWN SUGAR THIS TAKES AWAY THE BITTERNESS OF THE TOMOATOES AND I LET IT SIMMER FOR AT LEAST AN HOUR IF NOT MORE AND IT GETS NICE AND THICK. I ALSO USE ONE OF THE BIG CANS OF CRUSHED TOMATOES A PINT OF WHIPPING CREAM AND FRESH BASIL LEAVES I SAUTEE ONIONS AND GARLIC IN OLIVE OIL AND ADD TO SAUCE AND LOTS OF CRUSHED GARLIC AS WELL, AND SERVE WTIH CRUSHED RED PEPPER ON THE SIDE
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Julia's Hot Cross Buns

Reviewed: Jan. 29, 2009
I have to say I made this twice in 2 days and it turned out different both time-better the second time. Excellent both time first time more like bread second time more like buns I made these for my daughter for school for Sts. Day and they were a hit. Instead of candied fruit I used dried cranberries and they turned out great. I also mixed into the powdered sugar apx. 1 T. real butter...they were good either cold or warmed in the microwave for 45 secs. will do again I made them in my bread maker and took them out after the 2nd rise step and rolled into balls and placed on greased cookie sheet and let them rise covered on top of the stove while the oven warmed up for apx. 45 minutes...the second rise in the bread maker made them lighter and more like buns. Will make again, and again
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Bacon Tomato Chowder

Reviewed: May 20, 2008
I make this chowder often but after I brown the bacon I save the grease and brown one small onion diced and also add to this one large can of tomato sauce and add apx 2T. sugar and crumble the bacon in the soup when I serve it. I use apx. 1 t. ham stock or 1/2 t. liquid smoke and top it off with cracked pepper and use milk instead of cream I don't need anything to thicken it and it's awsome
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Chicken Makhani (Indian Butter Chicken)

Reviewed: May 6, 2008
I make this recipe but I like to use chicken on the bones for more flavor and I use a whold carton of plain yogurt and and I use some honey in the sauce after it cooks to take away the bitterness and I use some curry in the sauce and use crushed tomatoes and it turns out awesome.
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Best Bruschetta Ever

Reviewed: May 6, 2008
I prefer to use fresh basil and 1/2 olive oil with 1/2 real butter and mix with this the tomatoes and garlic I use small loaf of french or italian bread or even bread sticks and slice them and top the ingredients on and broil them under the broiler for just minutes but you have to watch them they brown fast..
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