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Whole Egg Mayonnaise

Reviewed: Nov. 17, 2012
Good basic recipe. I tweaked it by adding Dijon mustard instead of dry, 1T. Cider vinegar and 1 T. white, 1whole large egg and1yolk (omitted 1 white), and extra salt to my liking. I blended all ingredients in my Cuisinart food processor except oil, which needs to be added at a slow drizzle. I used canola. You could use EVOO. I've used that to make aMediterranean version which has lemon juice and garlic (no mustard, no eggs). Try either, you'll like it as long as you add the oil properly!!!
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Chicken Enchiladas II

Reviewed: Oct. 15, 2012
Good recipe! Not too spicy to serve to my little girls(five and 2) but enough flavor for my thirteen year old son. I used leftover roasted chicken which had McCormicks Herbs de Provence on them, but not an overpowering taste. I mixed in cooked Vidalia onion(half a small one), 4 garlic cloves minced and sauteed with onion, and a can of rinsed black beans to the sauce and spread half in my Crockpot. I filled the burritos(small taco size) with chicken mixed with a Mexican blend(had yellow cheddar in it) and slightly thawed frozen yellow corn. After rolling all of the burritos up and lining them up in the Crockpot, I covered with more sauce and Kraft's blend of Mexican all white cheese. Also I had used a larger(35%) can of Campbell's Cream of Mushroom in the sauce so they wouldn't dry out in Crockpot. I cooked on high for two hours and served with sour cream and chopped black olives. Before serving, I mixed some McCormicks ground chipotle pepper into the sauce that i put over my son's, husband's, and mine but not for the girls, because as my two year old would say, "It's too bicy!"(spicy).
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Krissy's Best Ever Corn Muffins

Reviewed: May 15, 2011
This a great alternative to cornbread because it could be a side or a main dish, say for breakfast. I made a few revisions: cut the sugar to a rounded 1/3 cup, and instead of 1 1/2 cups of flour, I used one cup of bread flour and 1/2 corn of corn starch, a little trick for making it lighter and a little fluffier. One other change was I increased the baking powder to 3/4 tsp., wanted to make sure thy were fluffy enough. If you love the taste of honey, then you are sure to like these. Yum!
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