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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
St. Louis Toasted Ravioli
I tried this recipe and Giada's recipe on foodnetwork (basic difference being the dip - egg/milk vs buttermilk) and we preferred this just a tad more. I used panko bread crumbs with italian salad seasoning spice mix I had made (1 c bread crumbs to 1 Tbs spice). Also dipped and let the liquid drip off over a cooling rack before breading. Fried in an electric fryer around 330' for ~3 minutes, turning if it seemed to need it. I did the breading prep about 2 hours before I needed to fry them and they came out fine. I'd emphasize getting high quality ravioli for the best result!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 15, 2012
Japanese Tofu Salad
Loved it, with the decrease in the amount of sauce as others mentioned (used the same amount of the aromatics though). I used shallots, since I didn't have red onion. Used fresh tofu from a local tofu shop, which is amazing. Thanks!

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Reviewed On: May 14, 2012
Harvest Pork Stew
Great soup. I dredged the pork in some flour before browning. For us, one apple (fuji) was enough sweetness, though I did include a japanese yam instead of potatoes, carrots, and fresh butternut squash. All those could have contributed to sweetness. I did add kale near the end which I love for the addition of color, nutrition & texture. I left it in the slow cooker on high accidentally for 4-5 hours and it still came out fine. (phew!) I might up the amount of stock next time to have a little more soup to stuff ratio. Ate with quinoa on the side.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 16, 2012

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