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candyapple1102
 
Home Town: Los Angeles, California, USA
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About this Cook
Love trying out new recipes. If not that, going out to eat! :D
My favorite things to cook
Mushroom, Garlic, Onions, Oregano, and Eggs
My favorite family cooking traditions
Rice... with everything unfortunately.
My cooking tragedies
Baking cookies, and accidentally adding two cups of salt, vs. two tablespoons of salt. I was distracted. :D
Recipe Reviews 17 reviews
Potato and Cheese Frittata
Yummy! What a great way to use our cast iron skillet! This was my first time making frittata and I'm glad I picked the perfect recipe! Everyone in our family loved it! Their only critiques were, too much potato and that it needs more egg and meat. I'll definitely try making it with sausage next time. We'll be making this potato and cheese frittata again!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 16, 2014
Cajun Crawfish and Shrimp Etouffe
My boyfriend seems to really like this recipe, but I think it's just okay. For the effort it takes to make it, I expected something more. The shrimp etouffe is yummy, but making the roux takes a bit of time. This dish goes great with rice because of the roux. We've made if a few times and have always used just shrimp.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 16, 2014
Quinoa Stuffed Pork Tenderloin
This recipe was very easy to follow. I'm a big fan of quinoa and was looking for different ways to add it to my meal. We made the pork tenderloin as close to the recipe as we could get it to be. The only difference is we added prunes instead of raisins and pecans instead of pine nuts since we didn't have any of both at home. We also did what another reviewer did and substituted the garam masala with nutmeg. And we smeared a little bit of apple butter on the outside of the pork tenderloin after we wrapped it. We tried the quinoa stuffing mix before adding it to the pork tenderloin and felt it needed some salt, so we added a little into it as well. Overall, the pork tenderloin came out wonderful and moist. We will definitely be using this recipe again!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 16, 2014
 
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