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Sweet Hot Mustard Chicken Thighs
This was excellent! I'm not a big Dijon mustard fan. But this was really good! I would definitely do it again! I didn't have red wine vinegar and used apple cider vinegar. Didn't have cayenne and used red pepper flakes. I'm usually a purist to sticking to the recipe as written. But I'm broke! So buying additional stuff just wasn't happening this week!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 3, 2014
Asian Ginger Dressing
Just made this dressing this morning before work. Very simple, and threw it all in a blender. I took the advice of another rater (I think healthycook) and substituted the soy sauce for Bragg's liquid amino acids and used agave instead of honey. Additionally, I used organic powdered ginger as the grocery store did not have 1 single piece of ginger in it! Very odd! Anyway, it was delcious! Also, I used 1 pretty big garlic clove. I wish I had cut it in half as the garlic is still lingering even though I have been done with my salad for an hour now! I would also use less liquid aminos. It's salty just like soy sauce. I'm more of a spice person vs. salt; plus I have high blood pressure. Will make this again and maybe make it spicy hot!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 16, 2010
Quick and Easy Alfredo Sauce
I found this recipe on 6/2. I am a simple type of cook! I don't like alot fuss & definitely not alot of mess! Plus I like things to have fresh & simple taste! I wasn't really sure about the cream cheese, but figured I would give this recipe a try. It was very easy to make,extremely creamy, and tasty!!! Since I don't use whole milk, I used 1% milk and also fresh garlic. I think because I used 1% milk, it didn't quite thicken like I wanted that night. Plus I made the sauce pretty late at night. So I would imagine it would have thickened a bit better had I made the sauce at a more reasonable dinner hour. I probably could have let it thicken a little while on medium heat. But again, it was late & I was hungry! I definitely will use this recipe again! I may try it with light cream cheese and 1% milk to see how that comes out! 6/26- I made this recipe again and decided to do it with whole milk this time. I was making it for me and my boyfriend at his place. Not sure if it was his stove or what. But when I tried to melt the cream cheese, it really just wouldn't melt. So intstead of just wasting it, I put the melted butter and 'sort of' melted cream cheese in a blender. Then I added the 2 cups of milk, garlic, a bit of salt and pepper. That all blended very well! Lastly I put that mixture bank on the stove to heat it up and added the parmesan cheese. It thickened really quickly! My boyfriend loved it and said it was extremely creamy! I loved it too! It was even better than the

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 5, 2008

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