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Thai Peanut Butter Sauce

Reviewed: Aug. 27, 2010
OMG, EXCELLENT!! I quadrupoled the recipe exactly as listed, only used cooking sherry instead of dry cuz I couldn't find it. Also added more cayenne than called for cuz we LOVE "HOT"!! A local thai restaurant here makes this, but they charge too much! Now I can make it for a third of the cost!! This is so great!! Oh, I used the blender to meld all these ingredients well--and also to thicken it. Ah, I should've mentioned, I also added more peanut butter as I was blending cuz it was too thin--but that might have something to do with the fact that I quadrupoled the recipe. The extra peanut butter brought it to the perfect consistency, as did blending it. Served it over noodles (used fettuccini broken in half) and added veggies. See photo. It was DEE-LISH!!! Thank you so much!!
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Homestyle Turkey, the Michigander Way

Reviewed: Dec. 30, 2009
OMG, I had my very first go ever at a turkey this year, and I used this recipe. EVERYONE LOVED IT!! And no one believed it was my first turkey ever!! I did butter the heck out of the bird, both under the breast, legs/thighs, and on the skin too. I used a 15lb. turkey and cooked it for 4hrs and 20 min. at 350 degrees. It still had not reached 180 so I raised the temp to 375 degrees and cooked it for an additional 35 min, then it reached 180. I then removed the foil, and turned temp back down to 350 degrees and let it cook for 20min which browned it perfectly! Next time, if I use a 15lb bird, I'll cook it at 350 for 5 and a half hours, or 375 for 3 and a half hours. I'll still have to check the internal temp. I was in a hurry this year, so I didn't have 5.5 hours to cook it in. One other thing I did is add a bit extra amounts to the ingredients to compensate for a bigger bird. For instance, instead of 4 cups of water, I used 4.5 cups. And instead of 3 tbsp of bouillon, I used 4 tbsp. etc. etc. I did baste several times throughout but I think it still would've been fine even without the basting. BEST TURKEY RECIPE EVER!!!
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