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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Pretzel Turtles
Easy quick recipe. I used rolos and small regular pretzels like the recipe requests. I look for the grid ones, but were sold out. After making them I think the grid ones would have too much pretzel. The chocolate did seep through the holes, but I baked them on a silicon baking sheet cooled them at room temp for 10 min and stuck them in the fridge still on the silicon sheet. They peeled off perfectly after 20-30 min in the fridge, while I did my hair for the new years party we were going to.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 6, 2010
French Toast Casserole
This was a good easy idea for breakfast for 15. I was able to prepare it the night before and cook in the morning. Cleaning the pan was awful, my husband almost threw away our pan. Made it a second time and put a silicon baking sheet in the bottom of the pan, this worked out better.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 3, 2010
Roast Leg of Lamb with Rosemary
Amazing Recipe. I did make a few changes, I didn't have any honey and read some reviewers used maple syrup, so I changed that. I also used both lemon (juice of half a lemon) and lemon zest. While cooking I noticed that some of the sauce was burning on the side of the pan. I would occasionally add some water mixed with balsamic vinegar to the pan to help with that. I used 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar and 3/4 cup water and had the mix ready whenever I basted just in case I saw the sauce burning. I cooked at 450 for the first 20 minutes and 325 for the remaining until the meat thermometer read correctly. I basted every 20 minutes. The leftovers were better than the first day, probably because I poured the sauce over top and let it soak in after I cut the meat. My husband does not like lamb and even he enjoyed it.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 25, 2009

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