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Recipe Reviews 19 reviews
Orange, Honey and Soy Chicken
This was good, although it seemed to be missing something. I'm going to try it again, though. The kids ate veggies with this, so that's a win to me. I did use cornstarch to coat the chicken, and added onion powder. This is worth making. It should be easy to adjust ingredients to your liking. Maybe some 5 spice powder would round this out, if you have it. Thanks to April for the recipe!.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 11, 2014
Easy Garlic Broiled Chicken
We liked this chicken a lot. It is simple, and easy to prepare. Per another couple of reviews, we subbed balsamic vinegar for half of the soy sauce (gf tamari in our case), and added some dried rosemary. We used a few thinly pounded breasts and several drumsticks. It baked for 40 min at 350. This would be great with mashed potatoes or rice. I enjoyed mine with parmasean crusted zucchini fries. My husband asked me to bookmark this recipe, which is fairly unusual. Thanks for a great recipe. Oh, as for those who hate reveiws where the recipe has been altered, please understand this: I change most everything I make just a bit to suit our needs and/or tastes. I will continue to reveiw in order to show appreciation for those who took time to share recipes, and hopefully to help others here and there.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 8, 2014
Apple Crisp II
We liked this. I had some gala apples that were a week or two old. They stayed solid but were soft enough for my little one.The top turned out kind of like an oatmeal cookie. Soft and yet crumbly. Made it gluten free by using GF oats & GF oat flour plus xanthan gum for cohesion. I also added nutmeg.Will probably make this again, upping the oats to 1.5C and lowering flour to .5C. Thanks for the recipe!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 19, 2012

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