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State Fair Crepes
I was craving something with Nutella so I gave this a try. They were delicious. I did not add bacon because I do not have any but they were great either way. The only other time I had tried crepes was at IHOP and I did not care much for them so I was hesitant and only made half a batch, should of made the full recipe. While warming the bananas for my husbands, I added a few pecans for crunch and they were even more delicious. He even loved the crepes themselves without any topping. Will be making these regularly from now on

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Reviewed On: Aug. 12, 2014
Powdered Sugar
I made this today because i was Out of powder sugar and was in the process of making frosting for my dads birthday cake. I didn't want to go out to the store to buy some so I decided to make half a batch. I used the ninja blender and put it in the highest setting for about 10 minutes, while the sugar did become finer, it did not turn into powder. I put it at the highest level again for another 10 minutes but it was still the same. Thinking it was fine enough I went ahead and prepared the frosting. That was a huge mistake, no matter how much I beat the frosting, it was just too gritty. My ninja blender is new and I have blended whole fruit so I'm not sure what the problem is, it just did not work for me.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 7, 2014
Maria's Mexican Rice
Look no further for an authentic Mexican rice recipe, this is it. My mother ran a very successful Mexican restaurant with my aunt in chihuahua Mexico for many years before marrying my dad and this is the recipe she uses to this day. I have never had a better tasting rice in any wannabe Mexican restaurant here in the states. She adjusted the recipe for my brothers who won't eat onions without loosing flavor. Instead of sautéing the onions, she blends it with a clove of garlic and a quarter cup of water and adds it along with the water. This eliminates the use of garlic powder and uses the healthier option of real garlic. If you are out of tomato sauce, you can also blend a fresh tomato to the onion and garlic mixture. We never add pepper and cumin though, the chicken bullion and salt should be plenty of flavor. Taste the broth once all the liquid an spice has been added to the fried rice before it is absorbed, this will be a great time to taste test for flavor, if any is needed add more, if it has too much, add more water. A can of mixed veggies can also be added at this point, we always use peas and carrots.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 2, 2014
 
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