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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Maria's Paella
Not my favorite, a lot of rice and a bit on the bland side. Added red pepper flakes at the table to pep it up a bit, think the Rotel idea would be good and adding some paprika as I've seen in other recipes. Added the seafood at the end, still plenty of seafood flavor and it wasn't overdone.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 4, 2014
Coconut Date Bars
I made 4 double patches today, different combos of extras, they are all great! You do need to pulse and/or run the food processor at least 2 or more minutes to get to the ball state. I used a combo of Medjool and Deglet Noor dates, since the medjools are more expensive but as another reviewer pointed out are more moist and sticky. I combined the coconut (half unsweetened), whole almonds, and dates in the processor then mixed in the extras by hand, literally. I too left out the oil, although did coat my hands with it to press the dough. I made Almond with Choc Chip with sliced almonds and mini chips, Cashew Cranberry and Chia, and Pecan Cherry. Having the chunks of the fruit and nuts mixes up the texture a bit. To form bars I lined a loaf tin with plastic wrap and then pressed in the dough, turned it out and then cut into pieces without refrigerating first. Put into plastic bags to make a quick grab and go snack. A double batch made 10 squares about 1/2 to 3/4 in thick. Will be making these for a long time to come!! Perfect gluten free snack! With more time I'd like to try some additional flavorings like spices or peels.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 24, 2014
Maple Cajun Mahi Mahi
This was a nice surprise. Mahi mahi isn't my favorite fish so the stronger flavor of sweet then spice was delightful. I used homemade creole seasoning so it had the heat level that suits us, Cajun would be nice too, didn't have time to make my own. I marinated the fish for an hour in the seasoning and maple syrup in a ziploc. DH loved it too so will make again.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 7, 2014

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