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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Molten Chocolate Cakes With Sugar-Coated Raspberries
Excellent, so easy to do, I halved the recipe and used 2 eggs instead, made 4 in a normal muffin tray. Popped in oven for abt 9mins, was ready JUST after the change of New Year so we celebrated with these and Vanilla Light. Only thing is the top had a hole and you could see the molten part. Should I serve them turned over normally? Tasted very good, my brothers loved it. I'm not a huge fan of choc, been thinking of these now and then since my friend made something similar but much richer about a year ago, this recipe was exactly what I was looking for, not too insanely sweet, just right, the non gooey molten part was soft and fluffy on the outside, moist and sticky inside. Addition: Such a hit, my family asked me to make it again. Same amount of ingredients but I poured it into 5 muffin cups instead, put in oven for 6-7mins and they came out perfect. Still with the top gooey in the centre and a depression but they were circular otherwise and great with lots of vanilla ice cream.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 31, 2004
Awesome Sausage, Apple and Cranberry Stuffing
Fantastic stuffing. I chopped up the cranberries a little. Used Pepperidge herbed breadcubes. Used just a teaspoon of dried rosemary and half a teaspoon of dried thyme. My sausage was pretty much cooked with the onions already. Cooked it outside the turkey, in a grey aluminium disposable tray. Covered with aluminium foil. Used 1 1/2 cups of chicken stock (homemade), and instead of butter, used 2 or 3 tablespoons of the turkey buttery oil scooped off the drippings (would have thrown away otherwise). Fluffed light with a fork by just lightly tossing to mix. about 40mins at 350F (for me about 180deg C), then checked it for moistness, added just a bit more stock, fluffed lightly then lowered temp just to keep warm till ready to serve. Received compliments, my aunt wants to bring some home.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 24, 2004
Lobster Bisque
I made this soup as a shrimp bisque last night for the 2nd time. Took the suggestions of more cayenne pepper, more worcestershire sauce (1Tb, then check near the end), more flour. Instead of chicken stock, we had the shrimp shells boiled in water and used that liquid. I had some fresh rosemary on hand so crushed it and threw it in but it was good the 1st time without that even. With the 2 slightly heaped Tb of flour I had in, the soup was a good thickness even with the 2 cups of low fat milk (trying to be more healthy). Accidentally had put too much cayenne in but my younger brother said the soup was addictive. I didn't feel like drinking wine but if I had a bottle already open, I would have added a splash in for even better flavour. Threw the shrimps in raw, and only simmered it for about 45mins coz of the time.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 10, 2004

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