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Easy Meatloaf

Reviewed: Oct. 23, 2014
Did not like it at all mushy. I wish I had read the poor reviews for this before I made it. The texture of this meatloaf was just off putting. Sorry.
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Microwave Potato Chips

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2010
I can't imagine these working for anyone. I tried these and the potatoes got brown before they could get crispy. Very unappetizing. Some of the chips started sticking to the parchment paper. I followed the directions. Too much trouble for the terrible end results. I will stick with Lay's fat free store bought chips. Thanks anyway. :(
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Spinach Salad with Pepper Jelly Dressing

Reviewed: Sep. 3, 2008
I thought this was really good and really easy to make! I've made this a few times now and still love it. The only thing that I would recommend (and this is purely personal taste) is to add a little less than a teaspoon of water to the dressing mixture before you put it in the microwave to heat up. Without the water, I thought the dressing was a little too sweet and too syrupy. I also used the hot pepper jelly instead of the mild for a little kick. It's great! Exactly like a salad I order from a nice restaurant I go to.....now I don't have to go out to get it! Thanks for the recipe!
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Hot and Sour Chinese Eggplant

Reviewed: Sep. 11, 2007
I thought this was very good and easy to make. I used regular american eggplant and cubed it without peeling. I soaked it in water and sprinkled salt on top like the directions say to do but only soaked maybe 15 mins and then poured the water out of bowl. I doubled everything to make the sauce but used only 1 teaspoon regular sugar and one packet of splenda. I also used 1 tsp apple cider vinegar and 1 tsp rice wine vinegar...I didn't have anything else. I substituted the chili oil and vegetable oil for olive oil and used red pepper flakes and red chili powder to spice it up instead of the chile pepper. I also added a zucchini which was really good. I loved the taste of this sauce! Thanks!
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Asian Tuna Patties

Reviewed: Mar. 19, 2007
I used albacore tuna and did not add the sesame oil but I did add 2 teaspoons of olive oil. I mixed the cornmeal into the patties instead of sprinkling on top and then I broiled them in the oven. They didn't take long to cook at all...maybe a couple of minutes on each side depending on how close you place to the broiler. They came out really pretty and tasted really good but I will say a little dry. I served these with a lowfat wasabi mayaonaisse to compensate for the dryness(recipe found on this site) and it was great! This is a great and inexpensive recipe that takes no time at all to cook. I was pleasantly surprised! Thanks!
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Allie's Delicious Macaroni and Cheese

Reviewed: Dec. 26, 2006
I've tried other mac and cheese recipes from site was very disappointed with them. However, this was exactly the one I was looking for! It turned out great! I was thinking one quart of milk was a lot for the amount of pasta, so I just doubled it....turned out wonderful!
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No Name Orange Roughy

Reviewed: Dec. 12, 2006
This was really good and easy to make. I added garlic along with the green onion to the olive oil. Also, like another reviewer suggested, allow the wine and tomato mixture to reduce by about 2/3 before adding the fish otherwise it will be very soupy. This was very tasty and light. I will make it again!
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Chicken Korma II

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2006
I loved this recipe! But it is much simpler and just as good if you can cut out some steps. It is so quick and easy! Instead of processing my own garlic and ginger paste which can be time consuming and messy, I picked up some garlic paste and ginger paste at a local Indian grocer. I used 1/4 teaspoon garlic paste and 1/8 teaspoon ginger paste (don't use too much ginger paste because the taste can be very overpowering!). Also, instead of boiling the water for the cashews (cutting out some steps here!), I just crushed up the cashews in a paper towel and put it in after the liquids were poured in and just let it cook. You can also substitute the cream with low fat coconut milk and it turned out GREAT!!!!!
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Sioux Indian Pudding

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2006
I liked this recipe a lot! I tried substituting half of the molasses with honey, but didn't have any so I used half pancake syrup (that's all I had!) and half molasses. It turned out great! Also, instead of using whole milk, I used 2% and it came out wonderful. I put some fat free whip cream on top and it was yummy! Mine didn't turn out gritty at all like one reviewer said. It was actually very smooth. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
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