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Recipe Reviews 16 reviews
Sour Cream Cornbread
This was the best cornbread I've ever had! I did not melt the butter enough so it went to the bottom and was bubbling away when I looked in the oven - the middle of my pan (I halved the recipe and used an 8x8) a bit soggy but not bad at all (we were eating it for breakfast with syrup). This will be my cornbread recipe going forward - it was delicious! Husband loved it, too!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 17, 2015
Chicken In Sour Cream
Really good and really easy but way too salty - I ignored other reviews because I LOVE salt so figured it'd be fine for me but it was too much even for me! I will most definitely make this again but I will use 1/2 of the onion soup mix. (It's worth noting that I did not have onion soup mix so I used a recipe I found online for it - but I found the same recipe both here on this site and many other sites so I'm reasonably sure it's a good sub for the packet!) There are very similar recipes for the crock pot so I'll probably try one of those next time. (No browning the chicken - I'm lazy!) This would be AMAZING over rice! (I didn't have any - that probably would have helped cut the salty taste, too.) Really nice, easy recipe!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 17, 2015
Gramma Bertha's Banana Cake
This was SO delicious and fool-proof! I only made a small substitution because I didn't have enough sour cream. I had about 2/3 c. so I soured some milk (1/2 c milk w/ about 1T vinegar, sit 5 minutes) and poured that into my cup with sour cream to bring it to one cup and then threw in 1 T of room temp butter. (Found that substitution online.) Because I thought maybe I'd be a little too liquidy I tossed it maybe an extra Tablespoon or two of flour. I also added a little vanilla because I love vanilla - I'm really doubtful it was necessary! I'm not the greatest baker so I love recipes that are easy - I used a hand mixer for all steps (recipes that require specific handling are sometime out of my league, LOL). I baked in a (large) convection toaster oven at 325 - 55 minutes later the toothpick was clean all around the cake. I let it cool as instructed and worried when it didn't come out of the pan right away after the 10 minutes in the pan but after a couple of "knocks" it fell out, still in perfect shape. I served it to company so I was glad it didn't fall to pieces! (But still would have served it after tasting it - who cares how it looks - it was AMAZING!) I didn't put any frosting or even powdered sugar on it as other reviewers said it didn't need anything and it was perfect. SO, SO, SO good!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 10, 2014

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