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Recipe Reviews 19 reviews
Unstuffed Cabbage Roll
My mother fixed the traditional stuffed cabbage rolls for us growing up and I continued the tradition for my own family. But I work full-time so making the stuffed variety is too time-consuming most of the time. I have now made this recipe twice and the whole family loves it--probably much more so than the regular way! It's full of flavor, kind of a comfort food kind of dish. I DO recommend adding at least 2 or more teaspoons of salt. I even added a teaspoon of Cajun seasoning for a contemporary "lift".

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Reviewed On: Nov. 21, 2014
Bacon Wrapped Pork Medallions
The recipe as written is very good. The seasoning mixture added extra flavoring--next time I will add dried thyme and rosemary, dried or finely minced fresh, since these spices are also naturally good with pork. As some other reviewers suggested, I will also brown in the bacon drippings and continue cooking them in the same skillet till done rather than place them into the oven. Why add extra ingredients when you don't have to OR heat up another appliance (especially in the summer) when one is sufficient!? In order to make sure the bacon would not be partially raw in places, I cooked the strips about a minute longer and then used 2 strips per pork round rather than one, since at that point, one strip would not have been long enough. I will be making these again with the above changes noted.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 26, 2014
Sauteed Portobellos and Spinach
As written it's a 4. It becomes a 5 when you leave the wine out! Just doesn't need it--the veggies can stand by themselves in all their glory-- well, with a bit of the cheese added! I DID make this recipe as written the first time to be fair. The wine made it taste odd so it was left out during all successive executions of this dish. The combination is also somewhat more appealing and interesting than either veggie by itself.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 10, 2014

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