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Marinated Ranch Broiled Chicken

Reviewed: Jun. 27, 2010
Made exactly as written. I wasn't sure there was enough marinade for the amount of chicken but it was perfect. Everyone loved it, even my husband who claims to hate ranch (I didn't tell him it was an ingredient so it couldn't have been so powerful since he didn't notice on his own either).
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White Fruit Cake

Reviewed: Jun. 25, 2010
I thought I hated fruit cake until I tried this recipe! I made it because my husband is one of those few people who say they like fruit cake and since i really dislike alcohol soaked desserts I made this recipe as a compromise to suit both our tastes and we both LOVE it! I do have to sub various dried fruits in place of the candied fruit because I cannot find it in our small town.
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Philly Steak Sandwich

Reviewed: Jun. 22, 2010
The spices on the meat was VERY overpowering, you couldn't taste anything else on the sandwich unless you have one tiny piece of meat and pile it as high as possible with the onions & peppers. Nevermind tasting any cheese. The spice combination wasn't bad, but just not great for a sandwich.
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Polish Cabbage Noodles

Reviewed: Sep. 30, 2008
Even after reading all the reviews about how people were skeptical of this recipe but then tried it and thought it was delicious, I went through the exact same process and luckily I also found the end result to be so good! I added shredded carrots and a tablespoon of sugar to the sauteing veggies, and after they softened a bit I threw in the cooked noodles and some chicken broth, covered and simmered on low until the cabbage was tender. I also used light butter. My husband of course said "where's the meat?" but agreed it was a really good side dish!
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Fruit and Cream Phyllo Pie

Reviewed: Sep. 29, 2008
Everyone I've made this dessert for has loved it, they don't even realize that they're eating a much healthier dessert than usual! I usually make half of the recipe in a pie pan, which means half the phyllo dough, and I fold over all the edges to make a strange looking little tart thing. Strange, but delicious! I only use egg whites and not a whole egg, and I use light cream cheese. I usually top half with fresh chopped strawberries and the other half with raspberries/blackberries and blueberries, so people can choose whichever they like better. And I use spray Crisco butter instead of brushing the sheets with butter, much faster and lighter this way! I top it with powdered sugar after it's finished baking. Mmm!
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Wonton Soup

Reviewed: Sep. 29, 2008
I absolutely love wonton soup and eat it by the bucket at any chinese food restaurant... and now this recipe ensures I can make my own delicious soup at home! With the amount of filling this recipe calls for, I make about 25-30 wontons which I find needs about 8-10 cups of chicken broth - because I love broth (half from a box and half from boullion cubes). I've used both chopped up cooked pork, and raw ground turkey and they were both good. To the broth, I add half a box of sliced mushrooms, a thinly sliced carrot, a bit of chopped cabbage and a couple chunks of ginger. I boil the wontons separately in water, then I boil the broth with all of the veggies and ginger in it, then remove the ginger chunks and add the wontons. Even my husband loves this, and he's usually not a big fan of wonton soup.
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Sweet, Sticky and Spicy Chicken

Reviewed: Sep. 28, 2008
Really delicious, tastes like something from a local restaurant that we really like. I did make several modifications though. I lightly floured the chicken and then seared it in a pan sprayed with Pam on medium high, and sprayed the chicken while cooking instead of using oil. Turned down to low after chicken was browned before adding the sauce. I used 3 Tbps of soy sauce, an extra tablespoon of brown sugar because we like our meat sweet, and used squeeze tubes of garlic and ginger which gave the sauce a thicker consistancy and made it super easy to cook & thicken, it was finished in minutes! Also, I added a chopped sauteed vidalia onion, so good with the sauce! Served over rice.
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Low-Fat Blueberry Bran Muffins

Reviewed: Sep. 28, 2008
LOVE these muffins, I am a muffin fanatic but I am trying to eat healthy, and these were amazing... I make them every week. I used oat bran instead of wheat bran, and substituted half of the brown sugar for stevia, delicious!
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