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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Asian Orange Chicken
My family thought this was just a little "Orangey" so I'll cut back on the orange zest next time. Otherwise we loved it. I followed Jeanette's comments/suggestions and that helped a lot. I also agree with another reviewer that found this recipe to be a lot of work for a weeknight but one a cold weekend this would be great!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 23, 2011
Spanish-Style Quinoa
Made this last night and I couldn't be more in love! I pumped up the flavors adding a little more of the onion, garlic and spices (1 1/2 t garlic salt and 1 t cumin). I exchanged the toms for a can of chunky fire roasted tomatoes and omitted the bell pepper. For creaminess I added about a 1/2 c of Coinga cheese (Spanish Semi-cured cheese) I had from Costco. Served as a side dish with a small dollop of sour cream. Thank you for this recipe! YUMMMMM Oh and this morning we made breakfast burritos with scrambled egg, Spanish Quinoa and a slice of pepper Jack cheese wrapped up in a whole wheat tortilla. It was a total hit!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 9, 2011
Quinoa and Black Beans
Oh My G-d! This is my first time making quinoa and I was a bit nervous. I took comfort that the flavor profile is one that I love and that there were so many great reviews. Nothing could have prepared me, though for how great this is! I used quinoa beads from Trader Joe's and didn't rinse or soak them. Just tossed them in with a little more onions and garlic than called for. I also upped the cilantro a tad because I chopped a little too much. I added the beans I had on hand, 1 can of black and 1/2 can of white with a cup of canned corn. It seemed like it needed just a bit of color so I also chopped some red, yellow and orange mini sweet peppers. Delish! We will be adding this to our regular recipe rotation!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 10, 2011

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