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Hannah'sMommy


Hannah'sMommy
 
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Recipe Reviews 18 reviews
Gingery Fish Kabobs
I made this for dinner last night and this was AMAZING!! I made some changes to suit my taste: I used organic portabello mushrooms, purple onions (as the recipe calls for) and pineapple chunks for skewers, in addition to the salmon. I seasoned my salmon lightly with sea salt and a little garlic old bay seasoning for seafood (not the traditional old bay seasoning). I also lightly seasoned my mushrooms with garlic powder and sea salt. The sauce was ok, but for my taste it was not sweet enough, so I added a little honey and a little brown sugar, and WALLAH, the most amazing sauce presented itself! J I also bypassed the marinating piece, since it took a while to chop all the vegetables, make the sauce, etc. Instead, I spooned the sauce on each kabob, and placed the kabobs under the boiler, turning once, when the first side was lightly browned. I almost forgot, I also simmered the pineapples chunks in the sauce and used these pineapples for the kabobs; it only took a minute or two for the pineapples to cool down to handle. I served with organic Basmati rice and broccoli. It was so amazingly good, I can't wait for dinner tonight! :) P.S. I made about a little over two pounds of salmon; doubled the ingredients and used three portobello mushrooms, and used two cans of pineapple chunks for the juice and chunks! This made about 15 kabobs in total.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 25, 2015
Apple Crisp II
Absolutely delicious! As others have done, I doubled the crisp and made it with the crisp on the bottom and on the top. Also used a little more than the suggested amount of water due to the doubling of the crisp. It was nice bc it wasn't dry but moist and just right. All I can so is oh so good!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 5, 2012
Actually Delicious Turkey Burgers
Our family loved this recipe. I tweaked it some: I adjusted the recipe for 2 lbs. of ground turkey, added two shallots instead of the onion, added approx. 2 tsp. of honey, 1 1/2 tsp. of mustard. 2 tsp. of brown sugar, a few shakes of worcest. sauce, ground cumin, sea salt, approx. 2 shakes of cayenne pepper. I made sure my oil was nice and hot to give the burgers a nice browning, I browned each side then turned the flame down to medium low. I also forgot to put the egg in until the "second batch" I didn't notice a difference. These burgers were juicy and delicious. I served on whole wheat hamburger rolls with chipolte mayo. So delish!! Our whole family enjoyed.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 19, 2010
 
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