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Peg T


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Recipe Reviews 10 reviews
Baked Haddock
Don't use a rack!! I rated this 4 because it seems like a potentially good recipe. However, after reading reviews about soggy fish, I decided to try one reviewer's recommendation of placing the fish on a rack, on top of the baking pan. First, all of the butter dripped to the bottom of the pan, where it would add no flavor to the fish. I dribbled a little more butter on halfway though cooking. The fish ended up falling though the rack in a soggy mess. Even the top portion was soggy. The reviewer said theirs came out crispy, but mine was soggy pieces of broken fish. Interestingly, I also cooked some shrimp with the same procedure and it turned out great. I will try this recipe again with a regular baking pan and hope for better results. Good luck!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 20, 2009
Fresh Tomato Shrimp Pasta
A nice change from a heavy red or heavy white sauce, however, there really wasn't any "wow" factor for me or the family. I used fresh ingredients, with the exception of oregeno, which I had to substitute for dried. I did add raw shrimp early in the pan with the onion mixture. After the kids ate theirs' I added some red pepper for a little kick, but still nothing to write home about, especially considering the amount of work that goes into it.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 15, 2007
Southwestern Turkey Soup
OK, did I miss something in the directions? I added my can of whole peeled tomatoes to the pot, and they remained "whole" throughout the cooking process. I had to scoop them out and dice them up and return them to the pot. The flavors are very interesting and it's not too spicy. I thought it would be a bit less chunky. I will make it again. I think adding corn to it sounds great, just didn't have any. Certainly better than the typical turkey rice soup for leftover!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 19, 2007
 
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