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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Asparagus Soup
Okay, so I love the "idea" of this soup, but the final product needed some real work. I like my tweaked version, but the version created by this recipe left a lot to be desired. 1st, it's really bland unless you're using a high-sodium broth. If you're using a low-sodium broth you'll need to add some pep (I added more pepper, more garlic and a dash of smoked chipotle) 2nd, even if you DO use a salty broth, chances are something will be "missing" - that something is acid. Toss a splash of lemon juice in there and taste the difference! 3rd, it really is too much milk... 1/2 the amount would be better. On the major plus side, I love how this recipe doesn't heat up your kitchen! My teenaged son loved it (after adding copious amounts of srirracha) - I served it with toasted baguette!

8 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 6, 2011
Key Lime Cream Pie
This was really tasty! I subbed a reduced fat graham cracker crust and fat-free sw. condensed milk but it was still delicious and has a lovely texture. Very tangy, but still okay to eat without whipped cream.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 6, 2011
Vegetarian Gravy
I whipped this up after seeing that all "mushroom" gravys in the store contained beef fat - I was loathe to make a gravy, I really don't enjoy the process but this turned out lovely. I halved the recipe (I'm the only veg at my table) but needed about 1.5 cups of broth instead of just one and it's still pretty thick. I also took someone else's suggestion of skipping the oil and using butter instead (I used Earth Balance) - there is no separation of the finished product and it tastes divine! I also skipped the yeast because apparently my supply had been hosting a family in my cupboard and was no longer able to be eaten - oh well... even little beetle-things need to eat on Thanksgiving!!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 25, 2010

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