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Recipe Reviews 11 reviews
Baked Ham and Cheese Party Sandwiches
I made these rolls for New Years Eve and because we had so many other things to eat we had about 6 leftover sandwiches. I just popped them in a Ziploc bag and froze them. Today (February 8) I took one out, microwaved it in a paper towel for 25 seconds and THOROUGHLY enjoyed it. I'll definitely make them again for a party. But I may also just make them occasionally for no other reason than to freeze them as a handy snack or light lunch. Delicious! As someone else said, however, you MUST use King brand Hawaiian rolls. I can't imagine how the sandwiches could be this good with plain mini rolls....

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Reviewed On: Feb. 8, 2015
A Puerto Rican friend turned me on to coquitos, but this was the first time I made them myself. As usual, I followed the recipe exactly - something I always do as a baseline. I wouldn't change a thing! BUT - I should have gotten enough ingredients to make at least three more batches, because everyone loved them! I let the kids have a sip before I added the rum to the blender and they whined and moaned that they wanted more. So now they'll be getting their own batch on New Year's Eve. No more egg nog for us - coquitos are the way to go!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 27, 2014
Chef John's Caramel Chicken
This definitely had that "wow" factor, and is now in our family cookbook! I'm not a big fan of chicken thighs, but I always make a recipe exactly the first time as a baseline. I couldn't believe how delicious they were - it's true that they hold moisture better than the breasts would. I may have poured too much of the liquid into the pan because it seemed to take forever to boil down and caramelize, but eventually it did. The end result was absolutely delicious and this will be in the rotation for sure! One note: Our daughter-in-law is Vietnamese and she has proven time and again that the quality of the fish sauce matters! We used Viet Huong "Three Crabs" brand from the Asian supermarket - it tends to be just a tad sweeter than other brands. You can use the supermarket fish sauce if you aren't close to an Asian market, but the taste will be slightly different.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 27, 2014

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