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Recipe Reviews 15 reviews
Grandma's Corn Pudding
No complaints! Easy to make and turned out great. Couldn't taste the eggs.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 29, 2013
Slow Cooker Cheesy Chicken and Tortillas
Everyone loved it! I followed other instructions to add 1 can of green chile peppers & black beans. Used a can of cream of chicken & then one can's worth of sour cream. Added 1 cup of water & some Better than Bouillon (chicken) instead of the broth. I had chicken all ready shredded so I didn't follow the first crockpot aspect. Used 6 taco-sized shells. Also added the onion, garlic & other mexican seasonings (cumin, cayenne, & ancho chile pepper). 9x13pan for 20 minutes

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 8, 2013
Sourdough Pancakes
I grew up on sourdough pancakes, but didn't have the recipe on hand so I took a gamble. It was the powdered milk that did me in; covered up the nice sourdough flavor. You could omit the water and use milk instead. ---Looking at all the different results in other reviews (too thin, too strong of flavor, etc), it really depends on your starter. Everyones starter is different; it depends on your water to flour ratio. When feeding my sourdough, I aim for a certain consistency that I am used to and like. The flavor is dependent on the bacteria in your air (what feeds the starter). If you find your starter to be too strong, add some extra baking soda when using it in baking (1-2 tsp total per cup of starter). It will foam and actually makes it nice to work with. It is my understanding that baking soda is actually not necessary with sourdough pancakes although I typically do use about 1 tsp per cup of starter as this recipe calls for. Regarding the dough being too thin, you can add flour to the recipe OR adjust your starter by adding a little more flour than water each time you feed it. Hope this helps!

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Reviewed On: May 1, 2013

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