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Recipe Reviews 25 reviews
Penne, Peppers, and Chicken-Apple Sausage Saute
Made this after searching for "chicken apple sausage" as a way to use it. I halved the recipe due to having only one red bell pepper. I added a splash of white wine during cooking and topped with grated parmesan. I don't have any "Mrs. Dash" type seasonings, so threw in some thyme, parsley, a little oregano and paprika. I used closer to 3 tbs. grapeseed oil (3x what is called for in olive oil for half recipe) but there wasn't enough sauce. Pasta was dry half way through eating. Overall, the dish flavor was good. Very easy and different. Would make again.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 27, 2013
Chef John's Lemon Bars
Fantastic. For one thing, the timing instructions were dead on for both the crust and final product, which is rare in a baking recipe. One more minute would have been too long. The crust makes these lemon bars stand out. This crust has to be handled like a pie crust. If you follow the instructions and don't over work the dough, and very gently press it into the pan (I barely wet my fingers), you will get a delicious, flaky crust. Too much mixing or too firm of pressing will make it more dense. I do not have a good zester, so I used only 1/4 tsp of zest and it was plenty lemony. Final note--I used organic eggs, which tend to have an orange color as eggs are actually supposed to. I was worried that the custard would look too orange as it was quite orange pre-baking, but it turned out bright yellow after baking.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 12, 2013
Basil Cream Chicken
Made as instructed, and it was good, but not "wow." The one thing I wasn't totally crazy about was the breading on the chicken got soggy with the sauce on it. I'm not sure the chicken needs to be breaded. Next time I would add more flavors to the sauce as it was very mild. Definitely increase the basil.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 12, 2013

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