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Recipe Reviews 11 reviews
Super Crunch Oven Cooked Honey Dipped Wings
This is the second time I've made these, and my husband loved them both times. For some reason, I forgot to review these the first time, so now I can't remember how crunchy they were. The second time around, I couldn't get them that crunchy, but my DH still really enjoyed them. Is there a trick to getting them crunchy??? I marinated them overnight, and took off the extra marinade. Also, I couldn't get a lot of the corn flakes to stick either. I'll have to try refrigerating them as per the other review's recommendation. Either way, they're still tasty and great as an appetizer.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 3, 2013
Salmon Dip
The basic recipe was just *okay* for me. I tried it cold AND warmed up in the oven. I prefer it warm, but it still needed something. It was lacking in flavor (for us at least). I only had a 14.75 oz. can of Salmon, so I doubled everything else. I also used half mayo have sour cream, as per other reviewer's rec's. I upped the amount of parsley and chopped up some sweet Vidalia onion, along with some green onions, and garlic. I also threw in a can of chopped artichoke hearts, a couple drops of liquid smoke (again, as others suggested), & red chili pepper flakes to try and add "something" to this dip. I think (and I could be wrong), some capers would go really well in here. In fact, that MAY be what I feel like I'm missing. IDK. Either way, it's not bad per se, just lacking in some flavor. We ate these with Parmesan, Garlic & Herb Baked Pita Chips just to add extra flavor. Those helped too. :)

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 9, 2011
Lemon Garlic Tilapia
This is FANTASTIC! Granted, I doubled the amount of liquid/sauce/whathaveyou for this when I baked it, & added a little bit of garlic salt, but overall this basic recipe is good. Like others, I cooked the garlic first--allowing the flavors to seep into the butter--and added some cayenne pepper, just to help rev up our metabolisms. I actually added extra garlic (like 5 large cloves) because we like garlic in my family, and used about 6 tbsp. of butter, to about 2-3 tbsp. of lemon. Perfect amount for us. Next time, I'll try halving the butter and mixing it with olive oil (or just using olive oil) to see how it tastes, but the ingredients list here is good. I also baked it at 400 for 10 minutes, and it was perfect.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 7, 2011

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