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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Grilled Buffalo Wings
I made these for dinner tonight. I followed this recipe as written except for using more of both peppers. I also used a 4 pound bag of wings that I had extra from an experiment that didn't turn out a couple of months ago where we tried different ways of baking them. I love wings but not all the fat that comes with frying them so baking was tried and not successful at all. I was very excited to find this recipe in my inbox the other day and knew I had to try them with the ones I had since I knew I had all the ingredients except to pick up a can of pop. I started them with the wings frozen and let them soak while the grill was heating up. My grill isn't big enough for all of the wings and the bowl, so I rotated half the wings at a time on the grill with the other half simmering. The sauce thickened up and reduced down nicely and the wings browned up very nicely (actually some looked like they were burnt but they weren't). I was a bit skeptical because of the failed baking experience, but I really enjoyed these and will DEFINITELY make them again. I actually enjoyed these more than I should have since I ate a bit too many and am now stuffed!! :) I have some really spicy sauce from the local wing place, and I think this is a good recipe to use it up in since just a little bit will add enough spice without it being too much since I thought the original recipe could use a bit more spice. All in all a DEFINITE keeper!!!!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 30, 2013
Baked Dijon Salmon
Made this for dinner tonight. I easily pared it down for just 1 serving. My daughter doesn't do ANY kind of fish, and my son was at work. I think next time I will use less butter as it made a lot of sauce, but I still want the tanginess of the mustard and the sweetness of the honey to come out. Also I crushed a couple of almonds since I didn't have pecans. Using the Panko breadcrumbs gave it a nice crunch finish. I will definitely make this again. I like the suggestions of adding some cayenne pepper too, so I may try that next time as well.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 28, 2013
Broccoli Cheese Soup V
I was very pleasantly surprised by this one. I used fresh veggies leftover from a veggie tray for a baby shower (broccoli and cauliflower about 5 or 6 cups), onion powder instead of onions since I didn't have any, and a pound of Velveeta with half pound to a pound of shredded cheddar cheese. I also sauted 3 cloves of garlic with the butter and added some garlic powder (tip from another recipe). It turned out pretty good. I also made this in the crock pot instead of on the stove. I love broccoli and cheese soup but had never made it myself. This recipe now allows me to make it myself and enjoy it whenever I want.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 12, 2013

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