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Garlic Aioli

Reviewed: Jan. 13, 2012
This recipe was great! I tweaked a couple things, I decreased the salt to 1/4t instead of 3/4t and used roasted minced garlic in the jar. It tasted so good, just like the one they serve at the fancy restaurants here in L.A.
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Cucumber-Cilantro Raita (Yogurt)

Reviewed: Jan. 11, 2011
Very good recipe! Tastes very similar to what we get at our favorite Indian Restaurant in Los Angeles. Some changes: I didn't add the chile pepper, since I would like to keep the yogurt mild. Also, I didn't seed and dice the cucumber, I just used a grater to julienne it and stopped to the point where I would reach the seeds.
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Chicken Tikka Masala

Reviewed: Jan. 11, 2011
This recipe was good with all the modifications suggested by other reviewers. Such as making 4 servings with half the cayenne pepper, adding little or no salt and doubling the sauce to put over rice(using 2tsp paprika, cumin, and garam masala). The only difference I made to this recipe was that I added 1/2 a tablespoon of ginger paste to the sauce. I also didn't grill the chicken, instead I baked on a cookie rack on top of a foil-lined cookie sheet at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. My husband thought it had too much cumin, so I will cut that to half next time. This dish is really good with vegetable biryani (basmati rice), cucumber-cilantro raita(yogurt recipe that I got on allrecipes as well), and garlic naan (from trader joe's). It tastes similar to the chicken tikka masala at our favorite Indian Restaurant in Los Angeles, but I prefer the Restaurant better. I will try it again using half the cumin and coconut milk rather than heavy cream.
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Never Enough Green Bean Casserole

Reviewed: Nov. 30, 2009
I used this recipe for my first green bean casserole dish. I used this recipe because I thought that it was different and it looked easy to make. I changed up a few things though, I used frozen french cut green beans and frozen corn instead of mushrooms. I cooked the bacon and made it crispy. I also used Kraft Old English cheese rather than the Velveeta cheese. The casserole turned out perfect and it was extremely delicious, my husband loved it. I'm going to make this for Christmas dinner this year.
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