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Home Town: Cologne, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
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Recipe Reviews 19 reviews
Greek Lemon Chicken Soup
This soup hit the spot and is great when you have to feed a family who is suffering with colds. I added a cup of orzo instead of rice and used half the eggyolks. I made the roux with butter instead of margarine because that's what I had. We used fresh lemons and parsley from our yard. Yummy.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 8, 2010
This recipe was a good start. I think my additions made it really delicious. I used half of the onion because I find that it overpoweres the other flavors. I added a finely chopped seeded jalapeno pepper instead of the cayenne pepper. I also seeded the tomatoes before chopping. That way the guacamole doesn't get too soupy. I used Lawry's seasoned salt instead of regualr salt. Mix all ingredients except for avocado. (If the avo is ripe enough you don't need to chop it - just scoup it out.) Then add ripe/soft avocado last and keep stirring and mashing until desired consistency. I have tried chopping the ingredients in the food processor a few times but it never tastes as good as chopping everything by hand. I don't know why. Yummy!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 11, 2009
Fluffy Canadian Pancakes
My husband is the one who found this recipe. He has been trying to cut back on sugar in his diet and this recipe didn't have any in it, so he tried it out, with great results. The whole family loved these pan cakes. They were light and fluffy with no baking powder bitterness. He did add a little vanilla to the mix. We have also tried them with rice milk instead of the milk as a non-dairy alternative. We have yet to be disappointed. After you pour the batter into the pan add some berries, or apple or banana slices before you flip them. Yummy. Of course, the kids also eat them plain, topped with maple or fruit syrup, peanut butter, or Nutella. I haven't tried this yet, but because they have no sugar you can also top them with savory foods. No we're getting creative!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 11, 2009

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