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Recipe Reviews 13 reviews
Honey Wheat Bread II
i was excited to see how many stars this bread got so i tried it. i didn't like that it was called "wheat" when more than half the flour was white. so instead of the 5 c of all-purp i put in 2 c whole wheat. i also added 4 tsp of vital wheat gluten. so i started to add the 5 c flour mix and i alsmost had about 1 c left and i thought something wasn't right. i just assumed since the recipe didn't say that i might not need all of it, i made sure it all went in. wrong! it was so thick and tough. no way could it be kneaded. i tried to save it by letting it rise twice in the microwave with some boiled water and it helped it rise but it didn't double and barely rose a second time. the finished product smelled great and tasted good, thats why it got at least some stars. but the directiosn were not clear and i also added another 1/3 c of agave syrup. good thing my family likes their bread doughy! but i wont make this one next. my advice is to add wheat gluten with the 1st batch of flour and reduce the 5c to maybe 3 and then to add xtra sweetness.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 19, 2012
Emily's Famous Hash Browns
so i tried to make hasbrowns before and they came out... we'll say starchy. these at least gave me the technique i needed to make perfect hashbrowns. i tried to halve the recipe but i used one large potato and im pretty sure i still had to do the full recipe. used whole wheat flour (milled) and i used a bit more egg white then whole egg and i also added red onion. i used some olive oil in the pan and i noticed when i flipped it that there wasnt a lot of oil on the pan anymore, just enough though so the hashbrown wouldnt stick. it came out not greasy but if you go the less oil route, keep an eye on the second side bc it can get burnt soon after your cooking time. i sprinkled on some cilantro for garnish. yum! so easy and there is no soaking. greta recipe. will be using this recipe every sunday morning (even though i made these for dinner last night!).

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Reviewed On: Aug. 13, 2011
Whole Wheat and Honey Pizza Dough
This was pretty good though and I will make it again but with some changes. It lacked the honey flavor so i might add a bit more next time. Also, when I tested it raw, there seemed to be too much salt but i didn't notice it once it was cooked. I would either half that next time or sprinkle in a just bit. I realize that might help bring out the honey/ sweet taste. I also wouldn't do a thick crust with this. It was rather dry but the thin crusts came out really nice. I made 4 personal pizzas from this and it was fun. My kids helped roll and top. I also let it rise covered for an hour. You would expect lower rating but it was a healthy crust, it was easy, and everyone else seemed to like it.

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 5, 2011
 
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