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Vegetarian Korma

Reviewed: Jun. 5, 2014
Made this last night and it was incredible! Made it with coconut milk instead of the heavy cream as suggested in the video. I would have put in another jalapeno and more curry but as is it's delish and perfect for the kids. Made it with baby bok choy salad and crustless spinach quish also from this site! One fab meal!!!!!
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Spicy Rapid Roast Chicken

Reviewed: Apr. 2, 2014
I have been using this ecipe for years but never reviwed it. This is FANTASTIC! It also works with any way you like seasoning yor chicken. The best way for me is using 500 degrees for 20 minutes, 475 for 20 and 425 for 20 more. The chicken is always very juicy, including and especially the breast. Don't forget to always bake breast side down. That is key! I don't bake chicken any other way!
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Reviewed: Dec. 4, 2013
You dont have to "cook" the eggs, the rum will take care of that. Just dump everything in the blender and make sure you keep it on for at least one minute. I use just one whole egg and a full cup of rum but you can change that depending on your taste. Also, it's a MUST to chill at least overnight! I make my batch in November, although it's very hard to resist! Enjoy!
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Sunshine Toast

Reviewed: Sep. 15, 2012
We love these! So much fun! We also make these with a tortilla instead of the bread! Yumm!
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Habichuelas Guisadas

Reviewed: Sep. 7, 2012
Habichuelas are traditionally kidney beans, not pinto beans. And I always do my own sofrito; onions, garlic, cilantro, culantro, cubaneli peppers, salted pork, and sweet peppers. Sautee that in olive oil, then put cans of big KIDNEY beans, liquid and all, half a can of tomatoe sauce and cover with water. Add some cumin and some oregano and you cook it for a loooong time, at least a couple of hours. A guiso always tastes better the longer you cook it. Then if you let it cool and reheat the next day it's even better! Don't forget to season with some salt and put in like a t sugar to cut off the acidity of the tomatoe sauce. Some people like it with a bit of potatoes (I don't) some people like some green olives (I do). And then you are done. NOW you got some puertorrican habichuelas!!!! Oh yeah baby!!!!
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Cabbage Fat-Burning Soup

Reviewed: Nov. 13, 2010
Ok. I know that if you change a recipe you cannot realy rate it but, I think this is a good base soup. I love soups and people say that I make real good ones. I ate my first bowl of this as is and it was ok, tasted like tomato juice with vegies, not like a meal. I did make some changes by using spicy V8 instead of tomato juice. But after the first try I added some garlic, oregano, and bay leaves. I also thought that it needed some protein like chick peas, which I added and/or kidney beans. I did not had any of those but I did have a can of black bean soup. OMG! Those changes made it a meal. Those will not impact the calorie intake but it will make a big change in flavor and nutrition. Some crusty breat with a bit of butter and yummmm!
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Brown Sugar Meatloaf

Reviewed: Dec. 8, 2008
This is a kick a** meatloaf. Some reviewers talk about putting the sugar and ketchup on top, don't when is on the bottom the meat juices mix up with the topping, just turn it over when is done. It's fantastic, you will love it.
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Fried Plantains

Reviewed: Aug. 18, 2008
Being from Puerto RIco I love plantains, green or ripe. I cook them either with oil, you don't need much, or butter. But if you are watching calories you just cut the plantains in half leaving the skin on and boil them in water. When the sking starts separating they are ready. Peel them and Yum!!!. Just as sweet.
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Chocolate Cream Cheese Flan

Reviewed: Feb. 24, 2006
This recipe has been in my family for years, I was surprised to find it. I make it a bit differently thou. I don't use any chocolate or butter, and only 3 eggs. I also use a meat loaf pan. For flan glass don't work. Every time there is a pot-luck people ask me to bring the flan.
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