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Sweet Sauce for Vegetables

Reviewed: Feb. 28, 2011
This was very good! We are not big fans of clove, but surprisingly this was an excellent recipe! We made beef kabobs with veggies and used this on mushrooms, zuchinni, yellow squash, red,yellow and green bell pepper and onion. They came out grilled to perfection! Of course we use a different marinade for the beef (beef or chicken marinade, listed in allrecipes too) Very tasty! Thanks for the recipe and making our tummies happy!
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Beef or Chicken Marinade

Reviewed: Feb. 28, 2011
By far, this has to be the best we have ever used! These are our favorite indredients. We made beef kabobs with veggies. This recipe is sooo flavorful that we just wanted to eat it up right out of the bowl! (minus the raw meat!) I just made one adjustment, instead of using all veg oil I used olive as well. We were just so pleased with this marinade. The beef came out so tender and juicy that no restaurant we have ever been to has been this good! I also used a different marinade recipe for the veggies and that turned out spectacular also. (sweet sauce for vegetables)Thanks for sharing and making our tummies happy!
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Mayan Couscous

Reviewed: Feb. 28, 2011
Absolutely a beautiful dish! All the flavors go so well together. We made this dish last night because my daughter had been begging me to make coucous, but it needed a little flare and this was definitley it! My husband couldn't stop going back to the bowl! We truly enjoyed this dish!
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Tzatziki Sauce

Reviewed: Feb. 28, 2011
This is a great recipe...but,unless you know before hand you have to use Greek yogurt (because it is not as watery as regualr)and make sure you strain it well, it won't turn out restaurant style!. I use a cheese cloth, triple fold it and lay it in the bottom , with enough left to fold over the yogurt later, in a colander which sits over a bowl so the water drips through, stir up the yogurt and place upside down, leaving the container over it in the fridge. Occasionally after several hours I will take off the container and fold the cloth over the yogurt to squeeze out some of the water. I usually do this over 2 days for maximum results. I also peel,seed and dice the cucumber ahead of time, wrap with paper towels, changing them out to absorb some of the water. This first time we used this recipe it was very watery, but with a little practice we finally got it perfect! We really enjoy using this recipe.
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