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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Espresso Bark
Simple and delicious! I melted the chocolate chips (with the marg) in a double boiler, while simultaneously melting the white chocolate using the microwave method. I very coursely chopped the beans (and probably reduced it down to about 1/2 cup). After spreading the chocolate/beans onto the cookie sheet, I drizzled the melted whit chocolate over the top, and sprinkled a few whole coffee beans around. Wow! This tastes great, and is very simple to make. Be careful though - this is VERY caffinated, as I learned after sampling some!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 12, 2009
Annie's Fruit Salsa and Cinnamon Chips
Decided to try this recipe when I was looking for a healthy appitizer to take with me to a party. Well, everyone loved it and gobbled it down (and asked for the recipe). Made it tonight for the second time and my picky boyfriend (who was very iffy about it before trying it - he's not too crazy about fruit) loved it. I did change the recipe a fair amount though. I diced 1 green apple, 1 mango and ~8 strawberries. Mixed them together with 1 tblsp raspberry jam and 2 tblsp reduced sugar black cherry compote. I didn't add any sugar into the mixture, and it was definitely sweet (and juicy) enough, even with low sugar jams. For the chips, I used only 5 whole wheat tortillas (this was a better ratio of fruit to chips then the 10 I used the first time). I mixed splenda and cinnamon together in a ziplock bag and then tossed the (sprayed) chips in the bag with the sugar mixture. YUM!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 28, 2008
Chicken Cordon Bleu II
Very good recipe. I made a few small changes in the preperation of the chicken. I rolled the cheese in ham, and then rolled the chicken around them. I breaded the breasts in both flour and then bread crumbs (using an egg wash). I fried them for about 5 minutes in oil until they were brown, and then baked them for about 30mins in the oven. They looked and tasted excellent! My sauce wasn't the best (accidently used some corn SYRUP instead of starch at first... i'm a beginner!) though it ended up tasting quite good. I ended up putting a fair amount of parsley in the sauce, but otherwise I followed the recipe. Served it all with wild rice, salad, mashed carrots/parsnips, and asparagus. It all disappeared!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 7, 2007
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