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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Amish White Bread
This is my favorite bread to make, I will not use any other recipe anymore, because this one is too simple. I make it for my Feingold Family, and have it memorized. Anyhow, There are 3 things I do different which are I add real butter instead of oil, I use about 1/3 of a cup of sugar, and after I put the dough together and kneed it, I punch it down after 10-15 minutes then let it raise again like the recipe calls for. A tip a polish restaurant gave me about their homemade bread making. Thanks and good luck.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 18, 2008
Zucchini Cake I
This was a very good recipe, and why is it that Jillian is here looking at me while I am writing this very sweet fattening review. I did not follow the recipe exactly, because there was one person possibly the poster of the recipe that mentioned it was like carrot cake, which gave me a brain storm to add 1 Cup of carrots and 2 Cups of zucchini. Worked very well I might add. I did not add all of the oil, I used 1-1/4 cups. You could probably get away with only 1 cup of oil maybe less than that even. who knows. And I only had 3/4 tsp vanilla, so that is what I used. I could not tell the difference. I also added 3 tsp. of cinnamon. But other than that, I did the same 3 pan system, but it took my oven about 55 minutes at 325 and it was not over cooked. Anyhow, it was all I could do to keep myself from eating the cake without frosting. Since I am not a frosting fan anyhow. They looked so moist sitting there waiting to cool. Wow!! And they certainly were delicious even with frosting. Next time, I think I will follow the recipe to a tee, and then not use the cream cheese in the frosting, and make more of a whipped cream cool whip type frost. Thanks for the recipe, it is definately a keeper.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 18, 2008
Cake Mixes from Scratch and Variations
Okay, I read the reviews before I made this cake, and really dislike the fact that people give a bad review on something that they themselves tweek a little. I tried this recipe, and it is alright. It is even better when you add frosting. I thought it tasted an awful lot like johnny cake. Even my husband asked me if it was made with corn meal. He said he had to take a second piece to make sure. He liked it more than I did, but overall it is not too bad. I am probably too used to the box mix. Also, why don't you heat your milk when adding shortening. It works as well as oil.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 29, 2008

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