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Paneer (Home Made)

Reviewed: Jan. 6, 2008
Okay, here's how it worked for me. I made the recipe as it is written using whole milk and got some curds (about 3/4 cup) with remaining liquid that looked like 2% milk, not whey. It seemed like I could get more out of it, so I cooled the mixture down to room temperature, then heated it to boiling again and added a tablespoon of white vinegar as suggested by another reviewer. It curdled beautifully leaving a clear whey and more solids than the first attempt. My advice is to go straight for the vinegar as the acidity of lemons may vary from one to the next. The paneer tastes excellent with a nice firmness that held its shape when cut.
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Whole Grain Waffles

Reviewed: Jul. 28, 2006
Great light texture and very tasty. It seems I am always doctoring up other recipes to try to incorporate more fiber and healthier ingredients--here's a recipe that is perfect just as it is.
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Marinated Flank Steak

Reviewed: Feb. 26, 2006
I followed this recipe exactly except added 1/2 t. dried basil and scored the steak both ways on the diagonal. Let it stand over night and cooked it on the grill--DELICIOUS. A dead ringer for my Mom's recipe! Worth every star.
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Double Chocolate and Spice Bread Pudding

Reviewed: Aug. 18, 2005
This is one of the best recipes I have made from this site. It is decadent and impressive for company, though not that involved. I have made a few changes though it still comes out incredibly rich. They are: 1) I omit tossing the bread cubes with melted butter--this much additional fat is unnecessary. Just toss the bread cubes with the powdered mixture and sprinkle what doesn't adhere evenly over the cubes in the baking dish. Then I sprinkle chips over bread--I've used both choc and white choc, but not cinnamon. 2) I substitute evaporated skim milk for the cream. 3) I've never made the drizzle--though I'm sure it makes it look nice it is unnecessary. After I made this once I was lookin' for opporunities to "bring dessert". We couldn't get enough of it. It's even better with a scoop of ice cream or a ladle of creme anglaise.
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