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The Best Thai Coconut Soup

Reviewed: Sep. 22, 2012
Excellent soup!!! Thanks for sharing it! As good Or better than the restaurant variety. I didn't use curry because it's not my favorite flavor (plus I wanted it to be whiter in color). So good.
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Deep Fried Corn Meal Sticks (Sorullitos de Maiz) with Dipping Sauce

Reviewed: Aug. 17, 2012
Absolutely fabulous!! I have been making sorullitos for years and experimented with the proportions with varying results, so I wanted to try this recipe. I am very happy to report that the particular ratio of ingredients here is SPOT ON. If you are looking for a sorullito that is crunchy outside and tender soft on the inside, with a taste on the sweeter side, THIS IS IT!!! (but of course you can reduce the sugar and increase the salt a bit if you want it to have more of a savory taste). I did put a stick of extra sharp cheddar cheese inside of each piece for an extra YUMMMM Thanks for the recipe Marisa!!!
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Chicken Pa Nang

Reviewed: Aug. 16, 2012
Very yummy!! I can't have spicy foods and used a mild curry instead of the red, that's why the sauce in my pictures looks whiter. I also seasoned the chicken *lightly* before cooking it and then adjusted the salt level at the end.
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Vietnamese Spring Rolls With Dipping Sauce

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2012
These were very good!! I added thin sliced grilled pork meat because that's my favorite combination, but of course you can just put shrimp by itself. the dipping sauce is not quite the same as the one in my favorite Vietnamese restaurant, but it is good. My advice is to adjust the herbs to your preference, don't use something you don't like because their flavor will come up quite clear in your palate (not subtle like when they are cooked into something).
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Vermicelli Noodle Bowl

Reviewed: Jul. 22, 2012
I made this with what I had on hand... which was NY Strip Steak. I also didn't have the pickled carrots/daikon or cucumbers. However it was very good. I did add a bit more sugar to the sauce because I like it a bit sweeter...
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Roasted Broccoli & Crispy Polenta with Roasted Pepper & Asiago Chicken Sausage

Reviewed: May 3, 2012
I made it with asparagus because I cannot have broccoli; it was very good!!
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Sweet Apple Chicken Sausage, Endive, & Blueberry Salad with Toasted Pecans

Reviewed: May 2, 2012
YUM YUM YUM.... Added dried cranberries too. Used high quality balsamic vinegar and it was delish!! Daughters already asking when will we have it again :-)
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Italian Chicken Sausage Risotto

Reviewed: May 1, 2012
I did love this recipe, HOWEVER: the recipe doesn't say it, but I think that the dish will look a lot more appetizing if you brown the sausage. The recipe also doesn't say to cut the sausage, I did. Brown the sausage FIRST (either cut or whole) and THEN add the onions and continue the recipe as written. I Didn't use the peas because of food allergies.
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Chicken and Wild Rice Slow Cooker Dinner

Reviewed: Feb. 25, 2012
First of all, this would have to be made in a HUGE crockpot to get SIX breasts in. It was disappointing. In principle this is a good idea, but needs work. I made half the rice recipe with 4 breasts and they fit fine in my large size pot. The chicken turned out very bland. The breasts should be seasoned. At the end, I shredded the chicken and mixed everything together. I didn't use carrots because I am allergic, had I put them in this would have been even blander (and mushier). Also, the long grain and wild rice boxes have less than 1 cup mix so prepare to buy several to get the amount needed. The dish in general is NOT visually attractive. If you are looking to WOW guests, don't choose this one. I suppose it would be good to feed a large group of people but only fixing the flavor. I will mix in some light cream and Parmesan cheese to make it look like a risotto.
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Fiber One® Chocolate-Peanut Butter Haystacks

Reviewed: Feb. 25, 2012
Used regular peanut butter and milk chocolate chips because we like them better. I personally feel neutral about these but the rest of the family liked them. The cereal does give it a particular taste, but not bad. If you need to increase your fiber intake, these would be a great alternative.
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FiberOne Herman Sourdough Biscuits

Reviewed: Feb. 25, 2012
I have a great batch of Herman Sourdough starter in my kitchen that I use to make biscuits, pancakes, and other bread items. I wanted to try the biscuit recipe but substituting one cup of flour for one cup of crushed cereal. The biscuits came out wonderful, very tender and flavorful.
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Minister's Delight

Reviewed: Jan. 27, 2012
I had never tried something like this and wanted to try it. Used 2 cans of premium quality blackberry pie filling - this proved to be a good choice because it is not as sweet as cherry. I added about 3/4 cup of oatmeal to the topping and a little bit more butter. HOWEVER when it was done the topping didn't look pretty and seemed soggy, so I put it in the regular oven at 350 degrees so it could 'crisp up' and turn golden. VERY GOOD but only gave it 4 stars because I had to finish in the oven for it to be better.
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Minister's Delight

Reviewed: Jan. 27, 2012
I had never tried something like this and wanted to try it. Used 2 cans of premium quality blackberry pie filling - this proved to be a good choice because it is not as sweet as cherry. I added about 3/4 cup of oatmeal to the topping and a little bit more butter. HOWEVER when it was done the topping didn't look pretty and seemed soggy, so I put it in the regular oven at 350 degrees so it could 'crisp up' and turn golden. VERY GOOD but only gave it 4 stars because I had to finish in the oven for it to be better.
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Milly's Oatmeal Brownies

Reviewed: Nov. 9, 2011
Even though in the recipe I say to add your choice of ingredients... (choc chips, nuts, raisins, toffee bits, etc.) the truth is that I personally prefer them with NOTHING. I love to eat them in the morning with a nice cup of creamy latte or cappuccino. That way I can enjoy the flavor of the oatmeal.... YUMMMM I am very happy you are enjoying my recipe and thanks to everyone for posting a review!!!
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Coconut Cheese Flan (Flan de Coco y Queso)

Reviewed: Oct. 19, 2011
This is my own recipe, and these were MY instructions about the caramel: "Add the sugar to the metal pan and melt over the stove at low-medium heat moving it with a wooden spoon until golden color. Turn the heat off a little before the desired color as it will continue to darken and it will burn if you are not careful. Very carefully and using oven mitts, swirl pan around while sugar is still soft to cover bottom and sides. It will get thicker as it cools and eventually harden as a lollipop. Set pan aside to cool." The recipe was changed by the website; Im ok with that, however the reasons I do the caramel straight into the pan are: 1) melted sugar is VERY hot and the less transfer the better 2) one less pot to clean. If you must use a separate pot (for ex. for ramekins), then I suggest a heavy non-stick saucepan with a good non-metal handle instead of a skillet. The melted sugar will flow out better. I also DONT use a towel under the pan. Im sure it doesn't afect the quality of the final product; you decide how to do the 'baine Marie' (baño de María in Spanish). Hope you like my recipe!!!
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