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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Spicy African Yam Soup
Really liked this recipe, although definitely skeptical at the beginning. I swapped out yams for sweet potatoes (I did a few and pureed about half before adding in zucchini...I also added in more zucchini and a few shredded carrots), added in fresh tomatoes, extra garlic, onion and green chilies instead of salsa and used a homemade pork stock instead of chicken broth. I used a natural peanut butter and also added in S&P and red pepper flakes for more heat. I omitted the rice. Before serving, I squeezed fresh lime on top, to brighten it up...really yummy! I might top with fresh parsley or maybe even cilantro the next time around.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 14, 2013
Vanilla Crepes
With a few changes, these were AWESOME! I cut back the butter to 3.5 tbls and vanilla to 1 tabls...I added roughly 2.5 cups of milk (as needed) and I used light brown sugar as opposed to white... I threw everything into a blender, and then strained the batter for lumps....I refrigerated it for a few hours, and it was perfect! I stuffed mine with fresh blueberries and marscapone, and topped with homemade blueberry compote....YUM!! I also did a savory version of these for lunch....I omitted the vanilla, cut the sugar back to 1 tbls, stuffed with ham and sharp cheddar and topped with a dijon mayo sauce....mmmmmmm....super easy!!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 17, 2012
Mom's Zucchini Bread
AWESOME! I took the advice of other reviewers.... I swapped out one cup of white flour for 1 cup wheat, I cut the sugar to two cups and I did 1/4 cup oil and the rest apple sauce...I also omitted the nuts....came out perfect! Kids and hubby ate it in a day!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 25, 2012

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