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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Bubble 'n' Squeak
I read many of the reviews and realized that many of them did not "get it"... in England this is a way of using left overs so comments about how long to cook the cabbage or potatoes are really irrelevant. Its whatever you have so long as it includes cabbage and potatoes. I actually love it when the potato gets all sqooshed down because then it browns and gets crusty. The best bit for me! Even if I am using bits of left over ham I will fry one or two slices of bacon to get the bacon fat. If you have to follow a fat free diet so be it but 2 rashers of bacon between 4 people really is not overkill. My Dad used to make this and he would add a knob of butter too to add even more richness. If you want to keep the fat to a minimum make the mix into little cakes and brush the bacon fat on each side.... just enough to give it that crusty brown top and bottom. Brussel sprouts is amazing mixed with this and bits of carrot give it a sweetness. In our house this was part of a breakfast or brunch that would include eggs. The lovely runny yolk on the little cakes reminds me of poor mans Eggs Benedict!

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Reviewed On: May 29, 2014
Old Fashioned Onion Rings
I loved these onion rings and made them pop just that little bit by adding some dried ranch dressing to the flour mix. Loved the tip about putting the battered rings on a cooling tray. Clean up took less than two mins while the burgers were cooking. They were super crisp and the onion was sweet and delicious. I am watching carbs but could not resist a couple of these. I used panko and did not add egg to the batter - just a little milk. They were perfect and hubbby was thrilled with them.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 17, 2014
Strawberry Pina Colada Pie
I was looking for a desert I could feed to vegetarians who will not eat gelatin (animal parts boiled up for the cartlidge! sp??) which is in the instant pudding. So I followed most of the recipe but used a cooked coconut pudding which I made with coconut milk and I added some coconut cream I had in. I omitted the instant topping but added some whipping cream instead. I was concerned about it not setting so added just a little pectin too. I did not pour it into the crust until I cooled it and could see it thickening. Had it not thickened I was going to heat it up and put a little cornstarch in. Dressed with the toasted coconut and fruit it looked divine, and when I saw I had enough for two pies I halved it and made one for the adults with a little coconut rum. Yummy. Not too many instant puddings for vegetarians so mixed with different flavors this will become my stock desert for our friends.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 30, 2011

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