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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Aimee's Quick Chicken
I pretty much followed the recipe w/out measuring anything. i did slather the bottom of the pan with some country dijon then added the breasts and slathered them. Poured over the teriyaki and sprinkled a good bit of parmesan. Cooked it just as instructed and it was delicious! Very moist. Will definitely be making it again. Super quick and easy.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 31, 2013
Green Bell Peppers stuffed with Tomato Lentil Couscous
i made a few little changes but mostly followed the recipe. the flavor was fine but the peppers weren't cooked enough for my taste. this was my first time to make stuffed peppers but i've never had any before that were this uncooked.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 13, 2005
Banana Cream Pie I
This pie is delicious! and much easier than i thought it would be after reading the posts and i dont' cook that often. i did take some of the tips on this board cuz i figure you all know more than me. i used 1/2 c sugar rather than 3/4 c. i also packed the flour when measuring. used whole milk. made sure my eggs yolks were at room temp. let the pudding cool for about 45 minutes with plastic wrap over the top so it wouldn't form a skin. when the pudding had cooled i then sliced the bananas and added them to the mixture before putting into the crust and topping w/meringue. i cooked for 15 minutes as directed. several people said theirs was runny and the only reason i can think is that they did not cook the pudding long enough. i cooked it as the recipe says, for 2 minutes after it started bubbling...stirring constantly. i took it out, sprinkled the meringe with chocolate shavings and let it cool for an hour before putting it in the frig. i actually left it in the frig overnight. the results were just incredible. i shared with some friends and got nothing but raves. i highly recommned this's very yummy!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 16, 2005

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