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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Asian Salmon
a good base for me to work with. I used canned salmon. didn't follow any of the measurements but had most of the ingredients. I lacked the onion and substituted garlic powder. I also didnt pull dill in the rice but I added sliced of ginger to the mix and instead of baking I fried (the salmon was already cooked coming from a can) mixed with the rice and it was an awesome experience to spice up the can of salmon i had before it went bad. will definately make again.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 25, 2008
Radish Top Soup
I made this with vegetarian vegetable broth, added some carrots,and threw some radish roots in as well (I had so much I didn't know what to do with them) turned out real good. everyone loved it. its just like a spinach soup. warm and creamy. delicious with crackers. I've made twice. can't wait to make it a third time. I don't think it is entirely necessary to boil for 30 minutes. I cut it down to 20. and I imediately poured into the blender without giving it a chance to cool. I don't recommend doing that unless you are very careful about not splashing the boiling soup around, could burn you.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 6, 2007
Eggplant Parmesan I
This was great all my roommates and friends loved it. I had to sub. Montery Jack instead of Mozzerella but Im sure the taste would be very similar. I also forgoed the eggplant sweating part. I found it best just to VERY LIGHTLY brown the eggplant. They also turned a beautiful color of green with the olive oil. Great recipe, I doubled the recipe as well.

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Reviewed On: May 2, 2007

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