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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Peppermint Bark
I am not sure why, but my layers did not bond together. I will also pulverize some of the candies into a dust for the next batch to give more of a variety of textures. Overall a great recipe and I will definitely keep it for reference. I had planned to gift much of the batch but the family got to it first. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 25, 2014
Thai Orange Chicken
This was a great recipe. I used a bit more garlic, ginger, and crushed red pepper. I also mixed the cornstarch with orange juice and added the zest of an orange at the end. All of these adjustments were trivial and I would recommend adjusting them to your personal taste as they are the "salt and pepper" of the dish. This was exactly what I anticipated it would be. My husband and children all loved it. The only reason I have leftovers is because I sneaked them into the fridge when no one was looking.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 24, 2014
General Tsao's Chicken II
I made this recipe and only changed it by doubling the sauce and adding orange zest when the sauce finished. I went to the restaurant known for this dish and felt terrible paying for something I was sure I could make better at home. Thanks to this recipe I was right. It says it serves six but there are four in my family and there are no leftovers. This 're pie is perfect. I feel that to keep the integrity of the recipe the chicken should definitely be double fried. You could get away with a single fry though. Just make the sauce while frying the chicken so both are done at the same time.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 17, 2014

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