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Steph's Kitchen


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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Chef John's Buttermilk Biscuits
I made this recipe tonight for supper to help fill up all my boys and everyone loved it!! AND - I did as another reviewer suggested when she was short on butter and I only put in 4T. butter (which also made the recipe lighter and a bit healthier, too) and the other 3T were low-fat sour cream. I shaved the butter per suggestion of another reviewer as well and it worked like a charm. It only took a few minutes to cut it all in. Delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 26, 2014
Garden Cheese Soup
This soup was phenomal! My hubby loved it! My tweaks: did as others and sauteed the garlic with onions and celery; I decreased cheese to two cups; used skim milk; added an extra 1/2c. potatoes, probably 1-1/2c. cauliflower. Could have added some broccoli or more carrots or cauliflower. My young boys gobbled it right up! Thanks for sharing! Oh, and I didn't add any salt, just 1/2t. pepper. The salt from the bouillon was enough for us.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 7, 2010
Breaded Chicken Fingers
I made these tonight for supper and both myself and my two young boys (6 and 4) really enjoyed them! I accidentally didn't read the recipe fully ahead of time and didn't marinate the chicken in the buttermilk mixture. Still came out great, but will definitely marinate next time as I'm sure this improves taste and texture. I also wanted to make it low-fat, so I followed fellow reviews of baking at 350, mine took about 40-45 minutes (maybe my chicken pieces were a little bigger?). I also sprayed my sheet pan with pam and melted 1-1/2T.butter and spread over the pan. Then, I took my pampered chef olive oil sprtizer and sprayed the top of the chicken to ensure a crispy texture. I also shared some with my sister-in-law and niece and they loved it! I will definitely make again!! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 28, 2010
 
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