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Recipe Reviews 43 reviews
Lawn Mower Salad
I made up the sauce for this last night wow it is GOOD! I too, used sesame seed oil and I quadrupled the recipe but still only used 1cup of oil, it was more than enough. I was very skeptical about using the Ramen seasoning packet for some reason but WOW this sauce is great! Had to use brown sugar I got home and didn't know I was out of white :( My grocery store had only 3 bags broccoli mix, so I grabbed one more bag of cabbage mix. I chopped a can of mandarin oranges and am going to toss in some edamame as well. I think everyone will really enjoy this. There are other 'Asian type' cole slaws on here that are similar but this one is simple and the sauce is fantastic! I am thinking of making more next week and grilling some salmon or chicken and making that my lunches! Thanks so much for sharing!!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 19, 2013
Elegant Oyster Soup
This is a FANTASTIC recipe!! I love regular Oyster Stew using milk/cream, butter and oysters, but decided to give this w try, YAY! I used my mini food processor to chop all the veggies uniformly& that cut the prep time drastically! I used a combo of veggie & chicken broth and a bottle of clam juice I had in the cabinet to add a lil more flavor and used the oyster juices as well. I doubled the recipe & omitted the cayenne bc my toddler but otherwise followed everything exactly, Oh I did only use 2-6oz cans of artichokes (and should have chopped them better). I highly suggest trying this, it is wonderful, the sage is very complimentary to the oyster flavor, this is a keeper!!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 29, 2011
Vegan-Friendly Falafel
I just made these for the first time and they are very good! Somewhat time consuming and the fact that I had to use a tiny food processor added to the time...lol. I did use more garlic, cilantro, and rather than AP flour I used Chick Pea flour which I think is somewhat finer and had to use about 5tbsp of it. I made these into about 4 inche 'patties' and baked in the oven on 350. I baked the bottom and broiled the tops, in my opinion I think the broiling gave them a much crunchier top. Next time I may just broil both sides. These are very tasty with the "Real Hummus" recipe from here, thanks so much for sharing!

8 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 22, 2011
 
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