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DenverGirlie


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Recipe Reviews 12 reviews
Wow! Sweet and Sour Sauce
I scaled the ingrediants down to 3 servings, but still had tons left over after serving with egg rolls. However, if was using this as a sauce to top veggies, meat and rice or what not, amount of sauce would be good. I added maybe 1oz of pineapple tibits that I crushed, instead of the 4oz that were called for. Also doubled the red pepper flakes, as we like spicy stuff. Boiled for 5 minutes, then removed from heat. Definately cool this sauce before serving if using for egg rolls as a dipping sauce. My other half raved that it was better than jarred stuff.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 24, 2013
Fragrant Chicken Curry
Great flavor and smelled great. I made as directed, with exception that I doubled spices, cut chicken to 1 cup and added 2 cups of mixed veggies (peas, carrots, squash, zucc, broc, califlower). I doubt I would add the tomatoes again, the acid of the tomato cut a lot of the sweetness of the coconut milk. We needed to add more heat, a lot more heat with some red pepper flakes served table side. Minced fresh cilantro on top was a great addition. I bet water chesnuts and or raw cashews would be nice addition as well. Like others, I found it too much liquid in the sauce, even served over brown rice, would reduce chicken broth by half as well, or increase simmering time or add flour or cornstarch to thicken. Will make again

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Reviewed On: Jul. 2, 2012
French Bread
Yummy, crusty outside, moist and chewy inside. Added 1 Tblspn of sugar with yeast, once mixed added in the salt and a bit of olive oil. I made 2 small loaves, and 4 hoggie rolls.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 15, 2011
 
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