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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Bourbon Pecan Chicken
Hey everyone, this recipe is my very favorite! Please understand that the clarified butter called for is easy to make, and also imperitive to the success of the instructions of this recipe. You can make clarified butter by melting twice the butter called for in the microwave, pop it in the fridge, and in about an hour (do this ahead of time), you can take it out, pull off the solid top, and you have clarified butter liquid in the cup. Remeasure for an accurate amount. If the recipe burned to fast before, or you had to bake after frying, give it another try. You won't be disappointed. Thanks a lot PGraff, you're a great cook!

170 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 1, 2005
Great Chicken Salad
I substituted fat free miracle whip for the mayo for Weight Watchers, and it's the best chicken salad. I also add grapes and apples for texture--delicious! Thanks for posting this one!

8 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 8, 2005
Beef Tips
The only part that I changed about this recipe when I made it the first time was, after an hour and a half simmer, the gravy wasn't looking like it would be thick enough. So at that point I mixed 1/3 cup of flour with 1/2 cup of milk, shaken in an airtight container to get the lumps out. Then stir it into the pan. It made the gravy the perfect consistency for pouring over rice. You may want it a little thinner with noodles, but it won't work as the recipe describes. Doing this will also cut back on the "too salty" taste other reviewers spoke of. I didn't cut back on salt at all and it was perfect. Actually it was nice not to see my husband salt his food for once. We really love this dish and will eat it often! Thanks so much for posting it.

82 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 19, 2003
 
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