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Yummy Sweet Potato Casserole

Reviewed: Nov. 18, 2012
I used this recipe but made a few changes. I washed,oiled,baked and mashed 3 large sweet potatoes. I exchanged brown sugar for the white sugar. I added 1 teaspoon cinnamon to the sweet potato mixture. Then I completed recipe as normal. Everyone loved it!
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Ranch Chicken Tacos

Reviewed: Jul. 7, 2012
These are great! No heating up the kitchen in this summer heat! Next time I make the Ranch sauce, I'm going to add some adobo sauce from a can of chipotles and see how that tastes. I love the flavor of chipotles in most other dishes of this sort. :D
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High Temperature Eye-of-Round Roast

Reviewed: Jun. 28, 2012
Tip: Before roasting, have roast at room temperature. I like to wipe down my roast and season it well with my favorite seasonings, so use your favorite too. Then I wrap it in plastic wrap and let it sit out of the fridge for a good 40 minutes. There is really no need to turn the oven down. Just roast, fat side up for the 7 minutes per pound and then turn the oven off, no peeking!! Do not open the oven door for the 2 and 1/2 hours! Spend the time preparing the rest of your meal or, go watch a movie! :D
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Nacho Cheese Sauce

Reviewed: May 5, 2012
Just a basic cheese sauce, NOT a "Nacho" cheese sauce. Nacho Cheese Sauce is made with Cheddar cheese and cayenne pepper or, Cheddar and Pepperjack cheese.
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Shrimp Tempura

Reviewed: Mar. 8, 2012
For all of you who like this recipe, fine. But in reality, you don't need ALL those ingredients! Not for a true tempura batter! This one is simply too heavy.
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Japanese-Style Deep Fried Chicken

Reviewed: Aug. 20, 2011
Great recipe! If you can't find potato starch, use potato flakes and grind to a "flour" like consistency in a food processor. Mix with the corn starch. I make a big batch and keep on hand for next time. Also, to keep from biting into large pieces of garlic or ginger, grate them. Hope these tips help!
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Fried Onion Rings

Reviewed: Jul. 12, 2011
Great recipe. Very close to my own. I find if I use half AP flour and half corn starch, the onion rings stay crispy for a long time. One tip is do not drain on paper towel but, a cooling rack set over paper towels. I use this for shrimp and fish too. For seafood I sometimes add a lime flavored sparkling water and some Old Bay seasoning and a touch of garlic powder. Be sure to pat seafood dry before dipping, then fry as usual. Great for veggies and mushrooms too. Make the batter a little thicker for chicken and steak fingers and experiment with seasonings to your taste.
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Mayonnaise Biscuits

Reviewed: Jun. 30, 2011
I'm an old Southern gal and, back when I was a little girl, my Granny made these when she couldn't afford buttermilk. At times she wouldn't even use the milk! Just hot water and mayo! But she would still dump the dough out onto a floured counter, roll them out and cut them with an old jelly jar! Lay them side by side in a baking pan, lightly spread a little mayo on top of them to help them brown. Of course, she could also make them with just hot water and self rising flour! Eat them with cane syrup for desert or breakfast!
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Slow Cooker Chicken Curry

Reviewed: Jun. 17, 2011
There are a lot of ingredients missing! Good start. Use a frozen veggie medley with broccoli, carrots etc, Not a stir fry veggie mix. Add coconut milk and canned diced tomatoes,paprika and chopped celantro. Thicken with a slurry of flour and coconut milk. Depending on amount of heat you like, add some crushed red pepper.
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5 Minute Cookies

Reviewed: Jun. 10, 2011
In order for these cookies to set up, do the following. Mix the oates and coconut in a bowl and set aside. Place sugar, cocoa powder,butter, peanut butter and milk(I like evap milk) into saucepan. Over medium heat cook and stir until smooth and liquid. Let it come to a boil, now here is the trick, let boil without stirring for 2 1/2 minutes. Remove from heat and add vanilla and oat mixture, then continue with recipe. Hope this helps those who have problems with this recipe setting up.
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Famous Butter Chicken

Reviewed: Mar. 10, 2011
I make this recipe quite often. I love it! I can change up the seasonings to suite the rest of my meal plan. I have made the corn flake recipe and find the flakes get soggy, not crispy! I'm afraid "COOT" leads a bland life.
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Clone of a Cinnabon

Reviewed: Jan. 7, 2011
Here's the secret to Cinnabon's cinnamon rolls, rich duch cocoa and cinnamon from Madagascar. Add 1 tspn of the cinnamon to the dough recipe. After spreading the butter, brown sugar and cinnamon on the dough, using a sifter, sprinkle about 2 to 2and1/2 tablespoons of the cocoa over all. Tip to cutting dougn. Use waxed, unflavored dental floss. Slide dental floss under roll and tie the floss over the roll, continue pulling the ends of the floss until it cuts through the dough. I like to cut roll in half first.Then cut each half in half and so on.Makes even sized rolls every time! After baking, turn pan upside down for a few minutes to allow filling to flow back through the rolls. Brush melted butter over hot rolls. Let rolls absorb butter for a minute and then pour icing over rolls. Yum! You can hold off icing rolls to heat individually later. Just keep some icing on hand in the fridge.
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Broccoli Chicken Roli

Reviewed: Nov. 10, 2010
Love it but, I don't like baking mayonaise into anything and, I personally just don't like bell pepper. So I used greek yogurt and horseradish mustard. I Love broccoli in this but, I also made it with fresh spinach leaves, chopped. Since spinach cooks down so much, I add an extra 1/2 cup. I serve it with a heaping cup of greek yogurt to which I add 1tsp grated garlic, 1/4 tsp lemon zest. Add lemon juice and salt to taste. Also try adding a spicy cocktail sauce, or a chili sauce to the yogurt.
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Corn Chip Pie

Reviewed: Apr. 11, 2010
This is an old time favorite! And it doesn't even have to be a cold night! Keep in mind you can use your favorite chilli and try out some of those new flavored corn chips or even tortilla chips. Top with diced jalapenos, diced onions,sliced green onions, diced tomatoes or a combination of those. Not to mention the different cheeses like pepper jack or a nice mexican cheese blend. And don't forget that soothing dollop of sour cream!
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Cake Mix Cookies I

Reviewed: Feb. 21, 2010
Made these tonight without the chips as I didn't have any on hand but, I love these cookies! I was srtuck with an inspiratioin. I used a supermoist butter recipe chocolate cake mix. Used a 1 tablespoon measuring spoon to scoop out a well rounded spoonfull of dough. Used a flat bottomed 3inch round glass dipped in sugar and pressed the balls of dough flat, almost to edge of glass. Now the first dip, you will have to smear a little bit of margarine on bottom of glass before dipping it in the sugar. After that just press the glass firmly into the sugar, then onto the cookie dough. They come out a little firmer and very uniform. You must remove the cookies from the pan almost imediately when done. Cool on wire rack. I then used my favorite whipped buttercream frosting to make filled cookies. I used a healthy 1 and 1/2 tablespoon of frosting between two cookies. They put me in mind of those infamous whoopie pies. Yum! Thanks for the recipe Nicole!
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Almond Coconut Chocolate Cookie Balls

Reviewed: Feb. 19, 2010
These were a sticky mess! You don't bake this type of cookie. And they DEFINITELY don't taste like the popular candy! The one I know, You add the coconut to the milk with a box of powdered sugar and the vanilla mikx together well. Chill until firm. Use small cookie dough scoop and scoop out balls. If you need to, roll in hands to shape a little better. Place on cookie sheet and place in fridge to firm back up. Melt semi sweet or milk chocolate chips in bowl in microwave. Dip coconut balls in chocolate, place back on cookie sheet and imediataely place a ROASTED almond on top and slightly press down. Let coating harden either at room temp or speed up by placing in fridge. Now these will taste more like the popular candy!
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Cookie Balls

Reviewed: Feb. 19, 2010
Great basic recipe! Thanks for sharing Annette! Endless variations on this! Love the p-nut butter idea. I like to add a little over 1/2 of a 6oz bag of p-nut butter chips to the almond bark before melting. I also like a refreshing taste of lemon cream cookies, white almond bark, white chocolate baking chips. Add about a teaspoon of lemon flavoring to the cookie truffle part and to the melted bark. I love making this type of cookie truffle with different flavor combinations, and decorating them. I like placing them in candy papers and filling cookie tins to give as gifts also.
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Red Wine Reduction Steak Sauce

Reviewed: Feb. 19, 2010
Randy knows what he is talking about! Fantastic reduction! One suggestion for a richer sauce, after reducing, melt in 1 pat of butter and stir until creamy smooth. Fantastic with a standing rib roast! Also try this, my favorite with this reduction! Carmalize fresh sliced mushrooms and thinly sliced red onions in a little butter and olive oil. Spoon over steak or roast slices and pour some reduction over all. Yum!
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Best Buttercream Frosting

Reviewed: Feb. 19, 2010
I did not care for this.
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Southern Dirty Rice

Reviewed: Dec. 30, 2009
Now this is Dirty Rice! Nuff said!
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