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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Beef Pot Roast
First time I followed it exactly and it came out perfect, though no "gravy" the onions are almost caramelized and packed with flavor. Though tempting don't put in extra veggies- the added moisture from them is too much in the pot which overcooks the roast (made this mistake the second time). For smaller roasts (~2 lbs) I cut 10 minutes off both oven times (so 20 min @ 325 and 1:20 @ 300) and it comes out great, still fully cooked through but not tough/overdone.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 13, 2015
Chinese Sweet and Sour Chicken
The sauce was very flavorful as written, I did have to use ground ginger as I didn't have fresh on hand, and based on other reviews I used apple cider vinegar. I used the marinade with pork chops which went very well with it, and served with steamed broccoli and white rice. This was an easy weeknight meal I will definately make again.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 3, 2013
Baked Dijon Salmon
I make this about once a week, this is one of our favorite dishes! As some others have noted the butter-mustard-honey mixture is a LOT of sauce, I recommend dividing it before putting half on the raw fish and reserving the other half as a dipping sauce for the table. It's best written, but if I'm feeling lazy I won't make the breadcrumbs mixture and just sprinkle some on directly from the can. The sauce adds enough flavor for it to still be excellent, but add the parsley and nuts if you have them.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 10, 2013

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