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Recipe Reviews 21 reviews
Old-Fashioned Pancakes
I've been stuck on Bisquick for years-I really like it and they make a good pancake /baking mix, but I figured it was time to try it again from scratch.This is a good recipe-which I will tweek in the future. I got paranoid after reading the reviews,so I only used 2 teaspoons of baking powder and 1/2 teas. of salt. I also used organic baking powder,and have another can of "Aluminum free" baking powder in the cupboard. That was the first thing that hubby said,was that it had no metallic taste to them. So anyone that gave a bad review because of any chemical taste-I would say look to your ingrediants as being the culprit.I used 2 tablesp.of sugar.The next time I make them I will also up the bak. powder by another 1/2. I always make blueberry,simply because I have an orchard.I did add a teasp. of vanilla.I did sift it, and at 5 a.m. I had time to bring my milk/egg up to a bit room warmer before putting together.The only thing I found was they took quite a bit longer to cook than specified,maybe because I cut back the bak. powder.I always let the mixture rest for a bit also.I think people also have to slow down and read the recipe thoughout correctly before giving it a bad review. There is nothing wrong or hard about doing this recipe so I gave it the 5 stars. Now I'll go watch his video...thanks for a good one!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 19, 2014
Country Fried Steak and Milk Gravy
oh-wow-yumm.. The only thing hubby said was "I'm a little bummed you didnt make me 2 of them." I said,but I did give you the biggest piece,maybe next time. I dredged twice,s&p,paparika,and fried in olive oil. Used the gravy out of the jar.Thats a keeper,and now I dont have to wait to get it at the restaraunt.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 26, 2014
Chicken Cordon Bleu I
I've made this quite a few times and its always a hit! This time I did a variation. I used chicken tenderloin strips.I sliced the ham and swiss in strips also-secure with a toothpick. I made a casserole dish full of them.I pounded them out,easy peasy. I spread mayo thinly before bread crumb mixture.I put butter in the bottom of dish also. I mixed parmesean, bread crumb,onion powder,garlic powder,pepper, no salt.I could tell this is also gonna be a winner and I may like it better this way from now on.Alot less pounding for sure! Also next time I may try it with thick bacon! When I pounded lightly the chicken I put 4 at a time in a large baggie.

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Reviewed On: May 18, 2014

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