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Tabbouleh I

Reviewed: Aug. 26, 2012
Great as is, use kosher salt
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Seafood Au Gratin

Reviewed: Aug. 26, 2012
Used this as a good base for my version as I kind of combined this with another recipe. One I used the chicken broth to boil the shrimp for three minutes just until pink. Then I cooked the scallops in the same liquid 1-2 minutes. I added old bay, 2 celery stalks and a bay leave to the chicken broth. I'm on a low carb diet so I didn't use flour instead used to egg yolks and 1c light cream. In the butter I sauteed the shallots, fresh baby portabello, celery, and garlic for 5 minutes until soft. I then added 2c of the (now) seafood broth to the vegetables with the cream and egg yolk. Instead of white wine I used Dry Sherry 1/4c. I also added lemon! I know I changed a bit but it was so good!
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Tabbouleh III

Reviewed: Jan. 17, 2011
Good base to start. I used 3c of parsley and 1/2 mint, I used 1 large seedless cucumber (so no need to throw any thing away, I used 4 Roma tomatoes (less to seed and nice and firm), 3 tbs minced garlic, sea salt, and reduced the olive oil to 3 tbsps. I used lemon to taste and found that if you find it to dry just add lemon no need to add all that fat. *I couldn't find any bulgar so I used Far East brands "Wheat Salad" mix no need to squeeze out water per their directions and it wasn't to wet.
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Chicken Marsala

Reviewed: Apr. 13, 2009
Great, easy recipes...I had to add a few things so didn't give it a 5. As other's I omitted the Sherry doubled on the Marsala. I included garlic powder and basil in my flour mixture. Also, caralized a sweet onion in a separate pan to add. Cooked the chicken, set a side. Added Marsala, doubled the mushrooms, added light creamy (not much maybe 1/4 c at most) then reduced about 6-7 mins then added the chicken back. Served over cheese ravioli...so good!
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Lighter Banana Muffins

Reviewed: Mar. 9, 2008
Not sure what some were talking about when they said the muffins were dense. I followed this version with the exception of 3 things. I added 1 more banana, 1/4 1% milk, and 1/2 walnuts. It yielded 18 muffins which made my muffins 150 calories and 3.8 grams a fat. Not to bad! Only reason I didn't give it 5 stars was that the lack of oil made the muffins "look" dry altough they weren't at all.
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Awesome Korean Steak

Reviewed: Feb. 6, 2006
I did not make this particular recipie but I know 1st hand (I was taught how to make this dish by my Korean mother-in-law) The choice of meat can be cheap Korean cut ribs (which are just small steaks) and only costs $4.00 for aout 2-2 1/2 pounds. Or for a much leaner disch very thinly sliced (from the butcher) roast beef. The marinate should be made of the ingrediates listed but also a puree of carrots, green peppers, and mushrooms and lots of garlic at least 5 cloves... use this with the other ingredients. Also,not sure if I saw but you should use seamee seed oil. And toasted seamee seeds for the marrinating and final top off.
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Asian Salmon

Reviewed: Mar. 22, 2004
Loved this dish, I expected a litle more "Asian" flavor though, so I used Jasmine (Thai) rice instead of the plain white including:1tbsp butter and a few dashes of salt to the water plus the dill and added 1/4c precooked wild rice for color (once it was cooked). Other than that everything was the same except I used sesame tempura oil (b/c it was all I had) and it came out great. For a great presentation add a few tbsp's of fresh toasted sesame seeds over the fish and rice. I severed it with Sugar snap peas and It was so good =-) thanks for the awesome take on salmon.
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Extra Special Banana Pudding

Reviewed: Mar. 13, 2004
This was GRRREAT! My husband loved it I even thought it was pretty good. I loved the crust it was Awesome! I did make a few small adjustment I used 2 regular sized boxes of bananna creme pudding and 1 box of french vanilla. I also used light whipped topping and reduced fat milk. Next time I''d like to try it with sugar free pudding to cut some of the calories . I also wanna try it with chocolate pudding.
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Smoked Salmon Spread

Reviewed: Mar. 13, 2004
This was pretty good I made adjustments however, I used the boneless skinless salmon two small cans and 1 pack of cream chesse. I added garlic powder, and freshed cracked black pepper, with a dash of hot sauce. Plus I added toasted pecans and a tablespoon of lemon juice...it just adds a real kick without being to spicy! But great basic dish.
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