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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Slow Cooker Salisbury Steak
Served it with sweet rice instead of regular rice. Was a hit! Sweetness contrasted nicely with the beef flavoring

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Reviewed On: Jul. 26, 2014
Broccoli Coleslaw
I made it as per instructions. I just cut up a whole head of broccoli and did not use the slaw. I must say you really must marinate it overnight. Everything stays firm and not squishy but the oil seasoning doesn't begin to flavor the salad well until well after one hour. I initially felt that one cup of olive oil was too much but it really needs it. The oil is taken up by the vegetables and it's not oily at all. If u don't have sesame seeds on hand try slivered or sliced almonds. Either one works well. I thought this salad looked great but initially was not pleased but after marinating overnight it was quite delicious and pared very well with roasted chicken. Yum!! I will do it again just halve the recipe if u don't want a big bowl of it.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 31, 2014
Fried Cabbage II
I would also recommend adding more bacon. I made this recipe according to exact directions and I have to say it wasn't quite as good as I have had, but I live in Deep South and they really know how to do vegetables, however they always add too much fat. In this case it's better with more fat. I like the lightness and crispness of the cabbage. Beautiful color and glazed sheen on the cabbage. I am always looking for simple dishes and this site is really the best. Love the ratings system and the chance to see how ppl have chosen to modify recipes. As I just think about this I am wondering if drained water chestnuts or maybe slice almonds would add some zip to this dish. Just a thought as the crunch is really good.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 1, 2014

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