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Molten Chocolate Cakes With Sugar-Coated Raspberries
Before I made this, I read many of the reviews. I decided to make 4 servings, and use half semi sweet and half bittersweet chocolate. Based upon other reviewers suggestions, I made the batter ahead and refrigerated it for about 5 hours. I took it out about an hour before filling the ramekins. At 8 minutes, they were still soupy, so I added 2.5 more minutes. Still not done, so I added another 1.5 minutes. The tops were puffed and cracked but they could have been a bit overcooked at that point. It was still a delicious dessert. Next time I will butter the ramekins and sprinkle sugar inside. Before serving, I will hit the tops with a bit of fleur de sel for added depth. We had this with a raspberry coulis underneath. Awesome!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 24, 2015
Cantaloupe Berry Smoothie
Just what I was looking for! The best smoothie ever, but I added to it. First, I was shy on raspberries, and used about 1/2 c. of them, about 1+ c. of cubed canteloupe. To that I added Greek Yogurt, approx. 1/2 c., 2 T. honey instead of sugar, and about 1/3 c. Silk Almond Milk original flavor. After I served it, I realized that salt would be a great addition. So, I sprinkled a pinch of Fleur de Sel over the top before serving. Next time I may run a lime wedge around the rim and dip the glass in salt before pouring. Think Margaritas! Thanks for the inspirational recipe!!! PS. Super sweet canteloupe helps. Mine was perfect.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 15, 2014
Chicken Breasts in Caper Cream Sauce
This is a divine recipe if you skip the lemon pepper, flour the breasts lightly before browning and then deglaze the pan with 1/2 c. white wine before adding the remaining ingredients. I used the juice of half a large lemon in the sauce to replace the lemon pepper. I had 3 breasts, which I halved and pounded between waxed paper. This gave me 6 thin cutlets and I did not need to double the sauce. The chicken breasts were from Trader Joe's and were hormone free. Quality of the ingredients really does make a difference. I briefly returned the cooked chicken to the pot until coated all over with the sauce. Served this with a side of Laura's Lemon Roasted Potatoes from this site (*****) and some steamed artichoke hearts. What a meal!! Thanks for the start of a great recipe.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 3, 2013
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