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Recipe Reviews 11 reviews
Good Burger
This guy underestimates the name of his burger. My family is the most picky people you will ever feed, they really don't like change and usually we just add bbq sauce to the burgers after they are cooked. My dad doesnt like a whole lot of spice and my mom doesnt like onion. But i decided to try this out and they both loved it! Nether of them had any complaints about anything in it and now when we make burgers, they actually request that i make this recipe. When i make it just for myself, i add more cajun and sometimes a little hot sauce but other than that, I keep it the same. My only suggestion when making this recipe is that you may need to add more bread crumbs depending on what meat you buy. I had to add more because the patties weren't stable enough and we used extra lean ground beef. So just add more breadcrumbs if you feel you need to

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Reviewed On: Dec. 7, 2013
Rolling Fondant
this is an incredibly simple recipe with great texture. i just microwaved the gelatin and water for 20 seconds and that worked well. putting the icing sugar in the bowl first and adding the other ingredients after, like other reviews suggested was good because you didnt have you worry about the corn syrup or anything sticking to the bottom of the bowl. a few tweaks i would suggest is first, that although it doesnt taste bad, its not as tasty as the marshmallow fondant, so maybe next time i will add a teaspoon or two of clear vanilla extract. second, you need to use the dough hook for the stand mixer, any other beater would be too big and will burn out the motor and not mix it properly. also, you dont need to mix it for 15 minutes. let the stand mixer mix it for about 5 or so minutes just to let the ingredients combine and start to hold together, then take it out and finish it up by kneading it on a surface dusted with cornstarch. you dont need to knead it for long, maybe 2 minutes? and i would skip the refridgeration if you are using it right away, it holds its shape extremely well and doesnt get too sticky.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 9, 2012
Balsamic Marinated Chicken Breasts
this dish is very nice. i didnt have regular balsamic, so i used white balsamic, which has a milder flavor which i preferred anyway because i think the regular balsamic would have made it a little too strong. i tweaked some ingredients too. instead of dried onion i used onion powder (fresh onion would probably work well too) and 2 cloves of minced fresh garlic instead of dried. i marinated it overnight and then barbequed it and it was very juicy and my dad even liked it, and he is incredibly picky. i will definitly make this again! :)

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Reviewed On: Sep. 20, 2011

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