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Recipe Reviews 15 reviews
Perfumed Coconut Cake
Fabulous coconut kitchen when cooking! I used a hand mixer for 5 minutes and after baking 30 minutes at 350 the cake was above the sides on both pans. After cooling 15 minutes they both fell. As you see from my photo they still looked good frosted. This is a gift so I'll have to wait for the birthday girl to tell me if it was cooked through. I halved the frosting as suggested by another reviewer and added a few extra teaspoons of additional coconut milk. Perfect amount of frosting. The frosting is so pure white that I skipped the toasted coconut which would dress it down. Wish I knew how to make roses!!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 6, 2010
Coconut Shrimp I
Simple and fail proof. Make ahead, chill for as long as it takes to clean up and when guests arrive start cooking (5 per batch in Presto Grandpappy fryer). Only takes a minute or so per batch. Be sure to take blackened coconut out of the fryer as you go. That is the KEY to every shrimp being golden. For 1 bag of 24 shrimp I make 1 + 1/2 dipping sauce. Sauce is to die for too!!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 17, 2010
Pasta with Cilantro Pesto and Barley
A tasty dish. The trick is to have everything hot at once so my advice is to make the pesto first. Then start the barley. I used Penne Rigate Pasta and put it into the prepared water when the barley had 11 minutes left to cook; exactly as long as the pasta took to be al dente. During those 11 minutes I recommend transferring the pesto to a microwave safe dish and heating it just before pouring it over the cooked pasta and barley. Last of all add arugula and tomato halves. I could not find arugula so baby spinach leaves worked perfectly. I forgot to read the reviews before making but think the lemon juice might be a good addition. If you have a meat lover some cooked hot turkey sausage in slices is another idea although it kills the calories and the vegetarian presentation. Don't hesitate to try this one. It is a keeper!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 14, 2010

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