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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Peach Cobbler I
This was great! I did add a little cinnamon and vanilla, personal preference and topped with 3/4 c ch pecans. Just a note on sugar amounts and cooking time, since these seemed to be an issue for folks. Taste your peaches! I used 6 uber ripe, sweet peaches and a slightly heaped 3/4c of sugar. Nicely sweet. Look, you can always add sweetened whipped cream or ice cream, after cooking, but you can't take sweetness out, after cooking! Err on the side of too little sugar when baking the first time. The cook time will depend not just on how your oven cooks, but the size pan. If you use a shallow pan, 9 X13 as stated, check at 35 minutes. IF the center wobbles when you give it a mild shake, put it back in for 5 mins, and then check, again. Just cook it in extra 5 min increments until the center is fairly firm when shaken. A deeper pan may require extra time. All in all very good!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 20, 2012
Spicy Mango Salad
I made this, tonight, with what I had on hand. I didn't have enough mango, so I used equal parts of mango, fresh pineapple and avocado and left the dressing ingredients intact. There was enough fruit for 4 servings, so I cut down on the dressing accordingly. The cilantro and green onions I eyeballed. And just threw in enough red pepper flakes to complement and color without overpowering. Maybe 1 tsp. Fabulous! My husband doesn't like mango, but told me to write this one down; it's a winner!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 16, 2011
Microwave Pralines
I have a 1300 watt oven, but took a chance because my microwave is my friend! I made two batches...first one I cooked for 8 minutes total. It got hard very quickly and I had to add water to make them pliable. The pecans were tasty, not burned, but also only good for small clumps. I did another batch at 7 minutes and they came out just right. For the ease of this recipe over stovetop versions it's worth experimenting with a few cups of pecans even if you don't have a 1000 watter!

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 26, 2010

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