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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Taco Soup II
This has really good flavor. I found that the recipe as written doesn't produce much of a broth. I added a second can of tomatoes and used about 2 1/4 c. water and it still came out more like a chili than a soup. However, it is easy, hearty and delicious. I was attracted to this recipe because of the unusual bean and hominy mixture. While I put all the ingredients in as written, it is the kind of recipe that you can easily modify it based upon what you like and what is on hand. Some other reviewers have mentioned the salt content and it's true that if you are on a low sodium diet this is not for you.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 5, 2014
Caramel Snack Mix
This mix is awesomely delicious. I haven't taken it yet to it's destination but I hope I don't make myself sick eating it before I get it there! I needed to double the recipe. When I got it all mixed with the cereal and nuts it seemed like it was still awfully gooey so I added more dry ingredients and still had plenty to cover the mix. I used 14 oz of corn chex, 17 oz cinnamon crunch, about 3/4 lb pretzel twists, 2 c. pecans and 1 1/2 c whole almonds. Once I'd baked it I turned it out onto rimmed cookie sheets so that it would be in a single layer and then tossed it as it cooled with two spatulas, like tossing a salad. It cooled nicely and didn't glob up. I suspect if you use the ratio with more sugar/butter mix to the dry ingredients it would have more of a tendency to stick together and be more candy-like. However, mine turned out plenty caramel-ly! It's a little labor intensive since you have to turn it every 15 minutes then toss while cooling and I made a sticky mess of several pans and utensils, but it's worth it! Definitely a keeper and I can see how, if you take this to a group, you'll be commanded to keep bringing it!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 18, 2013
Dana's Party Mix
Some of my ingredients were of a smaller weight than the recipe, however, I used all of the oil/seasoning mix. It looked oily when I first mixed it up in a paper grocery sack. Because I had the time, I went ahead and baked it for 30 min. at 300 degrees. It did not seem oily after baking. Because i was taking it to a workplace, I put it in snack sized bags and filled 40 with the batch. Very tasty and a nice change from traditional mix.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 6, 2013

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