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Recipe Reviews 25 reviews
Fish Friday Tuna Burgers
I used canned tuna and this was not good. Other than that, I followed the instructions and it was not working for me. My husband liked it, but I think one could follow the same recipe using fresh tuna? Maybe give a good mince so it can be pattied? and this recipe needs acid

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 6, 2013
Sweet Potato Biscuits
This worked out ok. Nothing spectacular. My husband liked them. I subbed butter and margarine for the shortening. I only had about a half teaspoon of butter and the rest of the 2 tablespoons i used margarine. I dont bake often so this is out of my comfort level. Good enough.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 9, 2012
Fruit Leather
Delicious! I have made this about five times so far and following the reviews and others I made a few changes. To keep it clean, I added honey instead of sugar. I used my new Silpat baking mat instead of the plastic wrap and it worked out great. I puree the fruit first (always apples but I think berry-apply blends are best: apple-blueberry has so far been my favorite, followed closely by pine-apple-apple-raspberry)then cook it over a medium heat for maybe 10 minutes or so. I find the cooking helps bring out the flavor in the fruit. My gas oven does not have markings below 265, so I just get it as low as possible so that does not go out and leave the oven door about halfway open. You should be able to put your hand in the oven and its warm but not hot. About 4 hours average time in oven. I am making these as christmas presents for friends and family...i have a lot of dehydrating to do! Great concept to be expanded by the adventurous! I am going to try a mango-chili-lime!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 21, 2012
 
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