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Recipe Reviews 8 reviews
Sesame Crusted Mahi Mahi with Soy Shiso Ginger Butter Sauce
Wow! This was fabulous! H did not have Shiso leaves so I substituted 1/4 t. dried basil, and 1/4 t. dried mint. I sauteed these with the shallots, ginger lemon juice and wine. I also had no black sesame seeds so used only the white ones. This turned out great. I am going to cook it again next week. Thanks!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 10, 2010
Risotto with Tomato, Corn and Basil
Oh my goodness, this was fabulous! Absolutely the best risotto, restaurant or otherwise, that I have eaten. The only change that I made to this recipe is that I did not have fresh basil, so I used dried. When my husband saw me making it, he turned up his nose because he does not like tomatos and even he licked his plate clean! Will add this to our "fav" collection. Thanks for sharing!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 28, 2009
Merwin's Shrimp Gumbo
Fabulous! I made this recipe almost exactly as it was posted with a few minor changes. I browned four chicken thighs, skin and all, I did not save the meat rather after I was finished cooking with it, I skinned and de-boned the thighs and set the meat aside with the shrimp. I also sauteed the smoked sausage then set it aside with the shrimp & chicken (this keeps the flavor from being boiled out of the sausage). I added all of the meat together at the end for the final few minutes. As far as this recipe being bland, all good cooks know that you have to taste as you cook and add more seasoning to meet your family's taste (expecially salt & pepper). I love things a little warmer, but I know that my family will only tolerate 1/8 teaspoon of cayenne in a dish like this, so that is what I use. If you want this dish spicier... add more! This is a great gumbo recipe! Thanks for sharing!

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Reviewed On: May 28, 2007
 
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