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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Curried Quinoa
This was very good! I love Quinoa it is so healthy and the texture is so unique. It is hard to describe it's nutty yet really mild in flavor and sort of pops in your mouth as you chew it. I also think it is so beautiful when cooked has little spirals on each grain. LOVE IT! This is a very good quinoa recipe (providing you are a fan of curry!).

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Reviewed On: Apr. 12, 2011
Bacon-Roasted Chicken with Potatoes
This dish was SO SO Delicious!! Anything with bacon wrapped around it is a winner in my books! The bacon came out crispy and the potatoes had a slight bacon flavor. The only suggestion I would make is to season the chicken with salt and pepper before it is bacon wrapped (easy on the salt bacon is already salty!). I make this suggestion because I found once I ate the bites with the bacon the remaining chicken nearer to the bones was a bit bland. But SO GOOD!! A definite winner.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 12, 2011
Slow Cook Thai Chicken
I normally like anything thai especially anything thai in a peanut sauce so I was so excited that I found this and could do it in my crock pot! This recipe was a complete fail. It didn't smell good while cooking and the finished product was extremely unappealing visually for starters. If you check out some of the photos added for this recipe you will see what I mean. It was also completely lacking in taste. It was salty and way too much peanut butter (I even took into account other peoples posts and put 1/2 cup). The cornstarch turns this dish into a thick sludge type sauce. For anyone planning on trying this dish I would put 1 tablespoon of cornstarch MAX! I would also use a low sodium chicken broth to account for some of the saltiness (I think the soy sauce flavor is needed and should not be omitted to account for the salt content). I will never make this again.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 12, 2011

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