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Recipe Reviews 12 reviews
Blooming Onion
Flavor 5 stars! Ease of preparation 3 stars. (ie: only 4 star recipe) the dipping sauce was great after I too added a couple splashes of liquid smoke and also a tbsp of prepared horseradish as the taste before the real horseradish tasted all too much like mayo. Maybe next time I'll just replace the creamed horseradish with prepared all the way!!! Love the heat of horseradish though! The onion, lol, cut it in petals as it fell apart trying to bloom it. The batter double dipping was very messy. this is definately a recipe you must dip one petal at a time and likely will need double flour mixture to get a good double dip as I ran out and ended up with lots of gooey messy batter. So extra flour mix could've fixed that. Dip was great! Breading was great flavor too!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 24, 2008
Asian Sugar Snap Pea Appetizer
GREAT RECIPE! I used only 8 oz peas. I also did not use the Garlic olive oil....replaced it with 1 clove minced garlic and used EVOO in place and then drizzled. Also didnt have sesame seeds on hand. Still turned out perfect! Im sure the seeds kick it up a notch but was still great. Going in my recipe box definately!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 20, 2008
Firecracker Grilled Alaska Salmon
Just got finished with dinner. Made the marinade last night which took all of 5 minutes. Ina small bowl, stored in refrigerator overnight. This morning at 10 am I poured marinade over the salmon and put in fridge till 430. I then cooked it on 400 20 minutes and broiled 3-5 minutes to slightly brown top. The only thing I did differently is used EVOO instead of peanut oil and 2 tsp chives instead of green onions.........just substitutes as I didn't have other ingredients. Served this with mexican corn, mexican rice and Asian sugar snap peas from this site. WENT OVER GREAT! EVERYONE LOVED IT!! I should've used more salmon as they fought for the last piece! KUDOS AND THANKS!!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 20, 2008

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