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Miso Soup

Reviewed: Oct. 12, 2010
Great as always! I didn't have dashi and my miso soup paste was a little on the spicy side due to what I picked up at the 99 Ranch market. I used a tiny bit of honey (we don't have sugar or oyster sauce currently) and soysauce in the process to substitute for a missing sweet and salty taste.
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Migas II

Reviewed: Oct. 12, 2010
Great recipe. My mother used to make these for me a lot. It's up to you how crunchy you want your tortilla, using oil or cooking longer. I put in some salt with my corn tortilla as it is browning. Sometimes the egg will make the tortilla go soft so you can always semi cook the egg before hand and toss in your crunchy tortilla with it. Definitely salt and season to taste! **This is a highly customizable dish! Put ham, tomatoes, chilli, peppers, onions, or anything else you want!
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Six Can Chicken Tortilla Soup

Reviewed: Oct. 12, 2010
**Great and easy! We used this recipe for a nice romantic night. **I used two whole chicken breasts and grilled them a bit before cutting them up and tossing them in. We had more fresh ingredients at the time than canned so we emptied the can of beans and used the empty can to measure out what we needed. **I boiled a leftover rotisserie chicken carcass with some garlic and onions and used the stock for this recipe (the rotisserie ones you get from the store makes excellent stock and is a good use to the bones!) **We used fresh tomatoes and two chopped serrano chillies. I also added in 4-5 cloves of garlic and almost a half of a brown onion thinly sliced. We also defrosted some frozen corn and tossed that in. We let the whole thing simmer for a while until the ingredients melded together and seasoned to taste. Also we did not have tortilla chips so we took some corn tortilla and cut it into strips and chunks and browned until crunchy with a bit of olive oil. Will make this very easy dish again!
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Nutty Apple Wedges

Reviewed: Oct. 12, 2010
So this was pretty easy and fast to make. I used two Red Delicious Apples that I cut up into slices. I found that the first few slices were indeed a bit hard to put peanut butter on but I figured out why. The apples, when sliced, are juicy and the juice makes it hard for the peanutbutter to stick. So I took a clean towel and pat the apples dry before I spread the peanut butter. It went on easy as pie. I only used a thin layer of peanut butter on each side. I also only spread the peanut butter on 3/4s of a side, so there was a bit of room to hold the apple without getting your fingers messy with peanut butter. For the cornflakes, I found that the pieces were too big so I crushed them up a bit before rolling them in. I refrigerated my apple/peanutbutter slices before rolling them. Overall it was a delicious and healthy snack! I like salty things so I let the apples rest a few minutes in some salt water before patting them dry. Also I really want to try chunky peanutbutter next!
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Baked Whole Cauliflower

Reviewed: Sep. 12, 2010
Great recipe. I've done a similar recipe with balsamic vinegar and I separated the cauliflower into florets first. It takes a couple extra minutes but the seasoning gets more evenly distributed. Breadcrumbs were great =3
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