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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Grandma's Noodles II
I read a few of the reviews before I tried this recipe, It is a thick noodle and that is just what I was looking for. I added the baking powder just to make sure. I trippled the recipe and added an extra egg, one of the reviews said if you didn't use a mixer or food processor they would be too dry, the extra egg did the trick, they were just right. After letting them dry for 2 hours I added them directly to the crock pot (on high) and let them cook for 30 minutes. I used these for beef and noodles. It's a new favorite in my house. This was also the first time I have ever tried to make my own noodles, easy and the ingredients are staples in my home. This recipe will be added to my collection!!! They were perfect!!!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 21, 2013
Creamy Shrimp Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes
I made this recipe just as directed. It was very bland and you could not taste the shrimp. I suggest doubleing the hoursradish and instead of puting the shrimp in the food processor I will chop the shrimp by hand into small pieces and fold them into the mixture before stuffing the tomatoes... I would also suggest more seasonings for taste... They were pretty though, just bland...

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Reviewed On: Jan. 8, 2012

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