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Italian Bread Bowls

Reviewed: Feb. 21, 2011
I followed the recipe exactly except that like other reviewers I made 6 bowls instead of 8. I didn't need to increase baking time. They were perfect after 30 min (I have an oven thermometer, so the temp of my oven was accurate). I also skipped the first egg wash per another reviewer to prevent them from flattening and they turned out great. Easy to make and delicious!
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Buffalo Chicken Phyllo Wraps

Reviewed: May 4, 2010
These were really good and easy to prepare. I used canned chicken breast to make it even easier, and they were still excellent. I used two big cans of chicken breast, 1 standard-sized container light chive and onion cream cheese (didn't have garlic at my grocery), about 2/3 cup Frank's RedHot, with the 2 T vinegar and salt/pepper to taste. It filled 15 sheets of phyllo and 5 taco-sized corn tortillas (about 2 T filling in each). I was making these for a small party, and one of the people there is on a gluten-free diet, which is why I used corn tortillas for some. I just brushed the outside of the corn tortillas with olive oil, rolled them up, and baked them at the same time and temp as the phyllo-wrapped ones. They were excellent too - had the texture of a taquito or flauta. The recipe as-is is very good, but here is one piece of advice if you've never worked with phyllo: 1 T olive oil is not enough! Pour some olive oil in a bowl and very lightly coat the surface of the phyllo with a pastry brush after you've folded it lengthwise. I think I used about 1/4 cup total for what I described above. In the future, I will also add some blue cheese crumbles to the filling. Also, I made these ahead of time and froze before baking, and they turned out great.
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Easy BBQ Flank Steak with Chipotle Mayo

Reviewed: Dec. 24, 2009
Excellent! Made for a big family dinner and everyone raved! Will be making for Christmas dinner because it was so good and so much easier to prepare than turkey. I only had time to let this marinade for about four hours, and it was still tenderr and flavorful. The sauce is great, too. The only change I made was to add a bit more honey - probably about 2 T more.
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White Chili with Chicken

Reviewed: Jan. 28, 2007
Very good. I didn't have cornstarch on hand, so I used some masa harina (corn flour). I didn't drain or rinse the beans because the bean starch helps to thicken. I also added about twice the lime juice that the recipe called for.
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Nut Rolls

Reviewed: Dec. 22, 2006
You're the greatest Karren! I've been making nut rolls with my Slovak grandpa for about 5 years now (it's become tradition), and I decided to try this recipe instead of the one we've always used. This recipe was so much better and easier than the one we were using. The recipe we previously used required two different rising steps and took about 3 hours longer than this recipe. The rolls also tasted so much better. We used the nut filling recipe (with a few tablespoons of milk added), and it was delicious. We also filled some with fruit instead of nut (we use Solo fruit filling because it is a good consistency for these rolls).
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Italian Sausage Soup

Reviewed: Dec. 22, 2006
I really enjoyed this. I have a lot of picky people in my family so I did as others suggested and substitued diced yukon gold potatoes and fresh green beans for the zucchini and carrots (added them both when carrots should have been added and were cooked perfectly). My sister said she would have prefereds firmer beans (like kidney beans) to the great northern, which are a bit soft.
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Herb Roasted Pork Loin and Potatoes

Reviewed: Nov. 6, 2006
Made this recipe for my family. Everyone loved it. The roast was very moist and the potatoes were excellent. I didn't really measure any of the ingredients for the potatoes though. Because they were boiled first for 10 minutes, I oiled and seasoned to taste. I used red skin potatoes with the skin on.
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Slovak Stuffed Cabbage

Reviewed: Apr. 4, 2006
Delicious. I followed others advice and cut back on the water to one cup. Next time I make it I will either add a can of tomato sauce or another can of tomato soup because the sauce looked watery (it had a lot of flavor though). I used ground pork and turkey, and I didn't miss the beef at all.
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Broccoli and Cauliflower Casserole

Reviewed: Jan. 25, 2006
This was fabulous! Made it exactly as the recipe was written. However, I think that this recipe is way to fattening to eat more than once or twice a year. Goes great with a traditional Thanksgiving meal.
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Potato Curry

Reviewed: Jan. 25, 2006
Very delicious. I added cut up chicken at the same time that I added the potatoes. The chicken was very tender, and the dish was very filling. I added more salt than the recipe called for because the potatoes really soak it up. Also, I purchased clarified butter in the Indian food section of my local grociery store.
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Banana Chip Muffins I

Reviewed: Jun. 15, 2005
These muffins were awesome! Very moist and chocolatey. Mix wet ingredients very well and make sure that bananas are very mashed. I used mini chocolate chips.
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