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Recipe Reviews 21 reviews
Grandma's Chicken Chardon
Easy recipe, and delicious! I followed others' advice here, and baked for 35 minutes - came out perfectly cooked. I used 2 chicken breasts (since there are only 2 of us), and cut them in half. I used half the amount of bread crumbs & parmesan cheese, but full amount of mushrooms, butter & lemon juice. I also minced 2 cloves of garlic and added them to the mushroom mixture, instead of using garlic powder.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 9, 2014
Coconut Poke Cake
Very easy, very delicious! Everyone loved it. I made it exactly as the recipe stated, except did not use quite as much Cool Whip and coconut as was called for. I used the "creamy" style of Cool Whip. Be sure to pour the cream of coconut/sweetened condensed milk mixture very slowly over the cake - I used a large spoon to ladle it on slowly, so that it would soak evenly into the holes and not just run to the sides of the pan.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 12, 2013
Brisket with BBQ Sauce
My brisket weighed 3.7 lbs. - so I cooked it at 300 degrees in the oven for 4 hours. Another reviewer wondered whether to leave the foil on the brisket, after marinating it overnight - I wondered also! I left the foil on, and put it in a covered casserole dish. It came out fine - very tender. After the 4 hours in the oven, I removed the foil, and drained the fat and let it cool for about 45 minutes before slicing it up and returning to the oven for an hour with the sauce. I had no celery salt, but used about 1/2 teaspoon of celery seeds to the sauce. It was delicious served by itself, or on rolls as a sandwich. Looking forward to the leftovers!

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Reviewed On: May 27, 2013

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