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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Herb-Roasted Cornish Hens
Had to adjust the recipe a bit because my local supermarket doesn't sell lemon pepper or tarragon. Cooked this for my fiancés birthday and we both loved it!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 7, 2013
Italian Kale
I was skeptical about the vinegar in this recipe, but it was actually really tasty and helped offset the bitterness of the kale. The only change i made was a couple pinches of cayenne pepper flakes because the smell reminded me of chicken wings with hot sauce. The little extra kick blended in nicely without being overpowering. I will definitely make this again!

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 24, 2011
Garlic Kale
I used this recipe for the first time I cooked kale (tonight). I'd never had it before so I wasn't sure what to expect, flavour-wise. I put this as a side dish with oven-baked chicken legs and it turned out very nicely. Warning to any new to kale: it's rather bitter and has a similar taste/testure to spinach. This was incredibly easy and flavourful so I will *definitely* make it again. Next time, I will make a couple changes: 1. 6 cloves of garlic, added AFTER the kale (when you add garlic first, you risk burning and wrecking the flavour; it is MUCH tastier when added in the last 1-2 mins when cooking it by sautee). Like some others, I just prefer more garlic. 2. Adding some salt or sugar to offset the bitterness. I may try steaming (as others suggested) by putting the kale in a microwave-safe dish with a little water for a few minutes (I need to buy a new steamer and I keep forgetting). Only change I made to this recipe tonight was adding a bit more oil, because I cooked it in a large skillet instead of a saucepan for the larger surface area.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 29, 2011

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