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Amish White Bread

Reviewed: Dec. 31, 2011
I found the original recipe to be a little bit dry by the time I got through a loaf plus it was a bit straining on my kitchen aid, so I modified the recipe for one loaf at a time. These amounts are also easier to remember off the top of my head without going back to the recipe. 1c water +1T yeast. 1/3c olive oil +1/3c sugar. 3c flour +dash of salt. If you are making rolls with it, you can dip them in a baking soda/boiling water solution before baking and it gives them a delicious pretzel like coating which goes well with the sweet dough. I also this recipe as a base for cinnamon rolls & strudel breads.
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5 Minute Candy Bar Pie

Reviewed: Oct. 31, 2009
Will disappear from the table as quick as it is to make. I made 2 oreo pies. I started with Oreo crusts and since I was making 2, I put one layer of cheesecake pudding then a layer of chocolate fudge pudding in each. Topped the whip cream with crushed oreos. Use an extra 1/4 milk in the pudding, it will still set up hard enough, but whip a little easier. Also, if you've got a kitchen aid or an electric hand mixer, use it. Not sure a regular whisk would have done the trick. My choc fudge was too thick so i actually had to pipe it in. Added extra 1/4 milk to the cheesecake pudding it was perfect. Also, it'd be easier if your whip cream is thawed. Mine didn't spread too well on the top since it was still 1/2 frozen.
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Banana Crumb Muffins

Reviewed: Oct. 17, 2009
I had 4 bananas so I thought I'd make 12 muffins instead of 10. I also had a fruit nut mix in the pantry that I thought I'd mix in. Macadamia nuts, dried cranberries and apricots and white chocolate chips. For the topping I mixed in crushed macadamia nuts instead of flour. The muffins are delightfully sweet and flavorful.They rise beautifully and I'm thinking I might eat the whole pan before my husband comes back from golf!
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Honey Baked Chicken II

Reviewed: Oct. 17, 2009
Delicious. I used about half the sauce and cooked a panful of boneless chicken breasts and some thighs in an oven bag. I served chunks of the tender chicken breast with a package of Green Giant Immunity blend vegetables (cauliflower, orange and yellow carrots and dried cranberries in a butter sauce) over some angel hair pasta. Great fall flavors. We loved it! With the remaining chicken breasts, I made Fruited Curry Chicken Salad by Karen L. Baker. This was also fabulous. I packed them as wraps in our lunches. I am using the thighs today to make a chicken tortilla soup.
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Fruited Curry Chicken Salad

Reviewed: Oct. 17, 2009
Love it! For the chicken, I used the recipe Honey Baked Chicken II by Grechen Ramey (only I used chicken breasts and cooked them in a oven bag). I was making it for dinner and cooked twice the amount so I could make this salad too. This recipe has curry and honey in it and made the chicken super delicious. I used dried currants instead of raisins, because I had them on hand. I would definitely do that again. They are smaller and go a little bit better with the curry flavor than raisins. The colors are great and I think next time I might try red grapes instead and a green apple to mix it up.
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Hot Cross Buns

Reviewed: Oct. 15, 2009
We were not really that impressed. The bread was too dense and dry. It is rare that fresh baked bread lasts more than a day in this house.
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