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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Grilled Lemon Yogurt Chicken
My family didn't like this recipe..I was disappointed because it sounded so good. I think it was the paprika...I don't know just didn't enjoy it as other's did. Might make again without paprika.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 28, 2012
Easy Vodka Sauce
This sauce is delicious!! I tried to make it true to the recipe, however, I used olive oil instead of butter, half & half, kettle one vodka(they say to only cook with liquor/wine you would drink) and most importantly Marzano tomatoes...they truly make a difference..they are the best you can buy and worth it. I grow an herb garden so I did add a little fresh oregano & fresh basil, kosher salt, pepper, red pepper flakes and literally a pinch of sugar, probably didn't need it since I used marzano's. I browned some ground venison which I put in it, and some grated parm and romano cheeses; then tossed w/ rigatoni, put in a 9x13, topped with shredded cheese and baked until melted...they love it that way...but the sauce is soooo good it would be good on anything, in fact, i'm going to put some WITHOUT venison on my salmon(of course i put some aside for me). It's sooo quick to make and will absolutely make again. I must note...you must let the vodka cook for 10 minutes...I did not taste any strong vodka taste at all...only pure deliciousness..i would think that the cheaper the vodka, the stronger the vodka taste. And i read that many of you added fresh garlic, i like garlic, but the onion was perfect...I didn't feel it missed garlic, but ,maybe next time i will try it. I agree...simple is best...too much customizing ruins the sauce it's meant to be...Bon Appetit!! Gigity, Wixom, Michigan

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 17, 2012
Tuna Melts
I haven't made this recipe to rate it, however, I am always asked to make my tuna salad whenever there's a brunch. I put fresh lemon juice in it, fresh crushed garlic, sweet pickle relish, a little bit of sweet red onion chopped really fine or pulverized in a food processor( too much makes it too oniony, which I don't like) fresh parsley, kosher salt & pepper. Fresh dill sounds delicious and so does using mozzarella cheese...I'll have to try that next time. Anyways, you can't screw up a tuna melt if you put whatever ingredients you like in it. I've even made tuna with fresh broccoli, carrots and spinich that I food process first and add to my flaked tuna with some lemon juice & relish...I eyeball mayo/miracle whip too until right consistency.

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 15, 2012
 
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