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Recipe Reviews 61 reviews
Salted Caramel Sauce
I was so not thrilled with this recipe. Chef john makes it look really easy. But the flavor is not sweet and its a pain to make. It solidifyed to my spoons and was everywhere.

7 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 12, 2012
Easy Key Lime Pie I
For those of you like me...born without common sense. Thoroughly mix the condensed milk and the lime juice. IN A SEPARATE BOWL...beat the egg yolks until smooth. Take a tbsp of the condensed milk and mix it into the eggs. When combined add another couple spoonfulls to the eggs. Now that your egg mix is no longer bright yellow add it to the big bowl of milk and lime juice...This is what people mean by tempering. If you just dump it all into a bowl get really creamy filling with scrambled egg bits. Lime and egg DO NOT MIX ALONE. The citric acid will "cook" the eggs. Other than that this is a really good recipe:)

85 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 10, 2012
Pizza On The Grill I
The dough is one I've been using for years, but I add dried oregano and basil as well as the garlic, then just spread a little regular tomato sauce on the crust when it is time to top it. No need to use a jarred sauce. I also double the recipe...which makes 5 pizzas. I use about a square foot of reynolds heavy duty non stick foil per pizza. No need for oil or flour on the foil it will just slide right off when its cooked. I didn't really want the grill marks, I just didn't want to heat up my house. I didn't heat the grill on high. I got it up to about 250 degrees, and when it was done on one side I slid the foil onto a platter and took it in the house to flip and pile toppings on. I probably had it on for about 8 min. on the first side. I piled on the toppings, and let it stay on prob another 8 min or so until the cheese was melted. Having it on medium the whole time made sure the pizza was cooked all the way through and everything got melted together. I was a little concerned about the pizza dough being to thin. If you want thin crust make sure to practically be able to see through it, because it will puff up alot....but my family loves a thicker crust.

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 11, 2012

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