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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Easiest Yummiest Meat Loaf
I give this 4 stars because it's a nice, EASY base recipe. I never make meatloaf but wanted a new ground beef recipe, so with a few tweaks, I think this came out pretty good! I reduced the oats to 3/4 cup like other reviewers said, and I omitted the French onion soup mix (to reduce the sodium content, and well, because I don't own that!). Then I added several dashes of pepper, garlic salt, and garlic, and sprinkled in a few teaspoons of Worcestershire sauce. The first time I made this, I added cayenne pepper for some spice, but it turned out way too spicy, so I left it out the second time. Also, the first time I baked it for the 1 hour, and it came out WAY dry (not sure if it was my oven or the fact I used a dark pan). I baked for 45 minutes instead this time around, and it was perfect! Like I said, good, easy base recipe!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 5, 2013
Cabbage Fat-Burning Soup
I love this soup! It's so low-calorie, filling, and easy to make. I dropped 5-6 pounds of bloat after eating this for a few days! I followed it almost exactly the first time I made it (but halving the recipe) using all low/no-sodium ingredients and simmering for about 45 minutes since I like my vegetables softer. The second time, though, I wanted to cut even more sodium so I got rid of the dry onion mix and added some pepper, sea salt, and dried minced onion for the flavors (but I'm not sure how much of a difference the spices really made...). The BEST thing I did, though, was add half a jalapeno pepper for an extra kick! Delish.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 28, 2012
 
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