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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Basic Crepes
I made these for breakfast today but halved the recipe for me and my hubby. After reading the reviews, I mixed the dry ingredients together, mixed the wet ingredients and then mixed the two. I also added 1/2 tbsp of sugar (for sweet crepes) and added an extra 1/8 cup of water to make the batter runnier. They cooked very quickly and they didn't break! :D. I managed to make 4. I had mine with lemon and sugar and my hubby had his with maple syrup. This is the 2nd crepe recipe i have tried and it is the BEST! Will definitely be making these again!

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 7, 2012
Crispy Fried Chicken
I wanted to try this recipe for some time now and today was the day i made home made fried chicken for the first time! I didn't follow the method of shaking the chicken pieces in a plastic bag (although simple i was sceptical about the even coating), so i dipped each piece separately in buttermilk (added hot sauce) and flour (added chilli powder) and left the pieces to sit for 2 hours. Some of the coating got stuck to my pan and as a result, the bottom of the pan got burnt and the chicken pieces didn't brown evenly but overall, i think it was a pretty good first attempt. Even with all the salt i added to the flour, it needed more when my hubby and I started eating. I will definitely use this recipe again whenever i make fried chicken, as it's so easy and will hopefully sort out the issue of the coating coming off.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 8, 2012
Emily's Famous Hash Browns
My hubby likes hash browns & this is such a simple recipe that I had to try it. The first time i tried this about a month ago, it was a disaster as the mixture wouldn't stay together due to the egg. Plus i didn't cut the potatoes fine enough so that was a waste. Yesterday evening (i thought i'd make them and then just heat them up in the morning), i left the grated potatoes aside to have dinner & they turned a horrible brown colour - yuck! I threw them away! What a waste! I was still determined to make these hash browns! So after dinner, I grated 4 small white potatoes, i didn't rinse them; just let the juices fall through the sieve and then squeezed the excess juice really well. I finely chopped 1/2 a small onion, added 1/2 tbsp of flour, i didn't add any egg, added salt, pepper, 1/4 tsp paprika, 1/4 tsp chilli powder and mild cheddar cheese (followed another reviewer). I made them into small patties, well i made them kind of rectangular, and since i couldn't be bothered to fry at 9:40pm, i grilled them for 20 minutes. My hubby said they looked good. I had them this morning and they are very tasty! My hubby was short on time, so took the rest with him to work. Next time, i'll make them into round shapes (i'm not particular but wasn't satisfied with the shape!) and add spring onions for colour! I gave it 4 stars because I omitted the egg and it's part of the recipe. Such an easy recipe that i remembered the ingredients without referring back to this!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 2, 2012

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