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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Easy Raspberry Chicken with Coconut Rice
I could only find raspberry wine vinegar and I had the same experience that a few of the other raters had when cooking up the vinegar: the smell became unbearably strong. It even stung my eyes to walk into the kitchen and I can still smell it and it's been 2 days! My boyfriend thought the smell might make him sick! I only added a few pieces of the chicken to the vinegar to test it out and b/c the smell was still so strong, I wasn't up to tasting it on my chicken, so the chicken was pretty good without the vinegar. And since many people noted the blandness of the rice, I made the more highly rated Asian Coconut rice and that turned out well.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 31, 2009
Brownie Caramel Cheesecake
Thanks to others' suggestions, this cheesecake came out perfectly, and this was my first attempt at a cheesecake and using a springform pan!!! I greased the pan well, used an approx. 10 oz brownie mix, prepared as directed on the package, and cooked that for 15 minutes. Melting the caramels with 5 oz evaporated milk creates a good consistency. Fearing that the caramel would scorch if it seeped out from between the layers, I only poured enough so that it didn't reach the edge of the brownie layer and the pan (and this did prevent any problems that may have arised). I let the caramel cool for a bit before putting the cream cheese mixture on top of it. I then cooked the entire thing about 50-60 minutes on a lower heat (partly b/c my oven is hot); I did not use a water bath, but put a pan of water on the rack below. Although it cracked a bit around the edges, it was not noticeable w/ the caramel and chocolate on top and this did not affect the taste. Taste and presentation were phenomenal!!!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 12, 2008
 
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