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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Family Banana Nut Bread Recipe
My kids ate it hot, right out of the pan; said it was the best they've ever had! We had three darn-near rotten bananas on hand so I used them all. I also took feedback from the others and added a little salt and vanilla and then sprinkled the top with cinnamon. One thought the crust was a little crisp, so maybe I'll just cook it for an hour next time. Thanks for sharing your awesome recipe. :-)

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 8, 2013
Classic Fish and Chips
Fantastic! We have a new family hit. The batter thoroughly covered the fish, browned up nicely and wasn't greasy at all. I actually made two versions of the batter - one with all purpose flour and regular milk, and one with Gluten Free Pantry all purpose flour (rice flour) and almond milk. The only thing I added was a smidgen of Tony's. I rinsed the fish, drained them, and kept them on a cookie sheet in the fridge until ready to put in the batter. My thermometer was broken so I don't know how hot the oil was, and I had potatoes in the oven, cooking at 425, so I couldn't use that to keep the fish warm afterwards. I kept the oil hot enough that the fish started bubbling the second I put them in. I turned them a couple of times to get them brown on all sides, and took them out while still bubbling. The regular flour cooked up to a golden brown. The Gluten Free was a bit thinner and less brown but as for taste - they were the same. We'll definitely do this again.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 30, 2013
Vanilla Ice Cream IV
In case you're browsing recipes wondering which is The One, you can stop here! My four kids and I made this yesterday. Just pulled it out of the freezer and conducted a blind taste test with Blue Bell as the contender. Truth is, they're almost exactly the same and the kids loved it. (Other home made recipes have gotten thumbs down from the kids). We heated the sugar and milk - held it just under a boil - and stirred in the beaten eggs. Cooked it for about 5 mins then pulled it off the stove top, added the rest and let it chill. 30 mins in the ice cream maker yielded a soft batch, but after a night in the freezer it's frozen solid. (Same as our Blue Bell). Also, fyi, since this was a "project" for my kids, they also did a cost comparison. Blue Bell was on sale in the store for $7.00 / gal. The ingredients for this batch was $6.90. Hope you enjoy.

9 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 25, 2010

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