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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Marinade for Chicken
Sensational - I used a syringe to inject the marinade into the chicken, 1 hour on the kitchen counter top is all I needed after the injection. I prefer split breasts with the bone in for maximum flavor - added a little liquid smoke to the marinade too. Delicious - thanks!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 27, 2009
Bunjal Chicken
Wonderful flavor, thank you so much for submitting this simple and delicious recipe. I took note of the other reviewers' comments. I used 2 large split breasts and doubled the tomato paste and water (used 1/2 cup with the initial sauce mixture). I cooked the chicken 30 minutes after putting the sauce and onions on the chicken. After cooking I removed the chicken from the dutch oven and added a little all purpose flour to the sauce to thicken it, removed the skin from the chicken and served on a bed of rice. Very happy with how this turned out - moist and delicious. It's really all about the sauce, which I ladled generously over the chicken. If you like Indian food you should definitely try this recipe and tweak it to your personal tastes - a real keeper.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 13, 2009
World's Best Lasagna
Wow this was delicious. As advertised it is time consuming, but worth it. I screwed up one thing since I'm a newb. The recipe has fantastic instructions save one thing... it does not say "remove the Italian sausage from the casings." I was in the midst of cooking when I read the rest of the recipe - it never did say what to do with my browned sausages and hamburger. Knowing that lasagna absolutely isn't supposed to have whole sausages between the layers (just imagine LOL), I fished the sausages out of the sauce and put them on to the cutting board to slice them up, what a scene. As soon as I mentioned the dilema my mother (the next day) she knew immediately what I was supposed to have done with the sausages. Next time I will definitely remove the casings! LOL

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Reviewed On: Aug. 10, 2009
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