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Recipe Reviews 13 reviews
Best Bread Machine Bread
I don't have anything to compare this to because it was my first bread machine experience and first sandwich bread to ever make....It was DELICIOUS! I used all of the exact ingredients except for the oil I substituted grape seed oil. I followed my breadman bread machine manual and added the salt and wet ingredients and then the dry minus the yeast. I put the yeast in last, not touching the water and used the medium crust, 1.5 lbs loaf and basic loaf settings. The machine did all the work and my husband wanted to eat the whole loaf. My four year old son ate a half PB&J with it no problem. I will be passing this recipe along.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 9, 2013
Amazing Whole Wheat Pizza Crust
I used honey instead of sugar and all bread flour for this recipe. I brushed the edges of the crust with grapeseed oil and sparsely sprinkled coarse sea salt on it. I would also recommend pre-cooking the crust for a few minutes before putting sauce and toppings. Mine got done in the time but it wasn't a pretty golden color. It was still crispy even though it did not brown. I am anxious to try it with my whole wheat flour.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 9, 2013
Yummy Pork Noodle Casserole
LISTEN HERE! I gave this five stars but I feel like I changed a lot. I used the 3 cups egg noodles as suggested in another review. I did not have celery but used carrots (finely chopped), onion, and fresh garlic, minced. I had four pork chops, bone in, seasoned with salt, pepper, and onion powder and cooked them on low in a skillet. When they were done, I removed them from the pan and added the butter, carrots, onions and garlic - scraping up the flavorful bits of pork on the bottom of the pan. After sauteing those I added the half can of corn, a small can of mushrooms, and a half cup of thawed frozen peas to the same skillet. I used the cream of asparagus per another review even though I had cream of chicken and I am glad I did. THIS MADE THE RECIPE FOR US! Sour cream was added as recipe suggests but I halved the cheese and used sharp cheddar. I didn't add any extra salt. I like salt a lot but the creamed soup and other ingredients added plenty of salty flavor. I also did not bake this in the oven, just heated everything in the skillet and served with garlic toast.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 8, 2013

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