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Crumb-Coated Cod

Reviewed: Oct. 12, 2010
I totally changed it to my hippie style. I crushed up 3 tamari sesame rice cakes for the crumbs and I used Annies shitake mushroom dressing with added olive oil to dip the filets in. Used coconut oil on the pan and cooked as directed. Made a dijon dipping sauce with 2 Tbl of dijon, 2tea fig jam, some dried garlic flakes, 1 tea of olive oil and a dash of the annies dressing. Mixed it all up and drizzled a bit on the fish after it was baked and had extra for dipping. Yum!!! Served with red quinoia, steamed broccoli and yams. I know......I'm a hippie at heart and don't eat dairy or wheat. See if you like it!
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Incredibly Cheesy Turkey Meatloaf

Reviewed: Jan. 31, 2008
Awsome!! Only thing I did different was I cut it in half ( I only had 1.25lbs of Turkey) I added a couple dashes of worchestire, used sharp cheddar that I shredded, and added about a teaspoon of garlic nuggets (dried garlic) , mixed a bit of ketchup in the meat and also put a thin layer on top. I didn't add any salt....plenty in the cheese and the worschestire. I thought that 400 degrees seemed a bit high for a whole hour so I put it just above 375 and only cooked for 50 min. Scrumptious!!
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Peanut Butter Chip Chocolate Cookies

Reviewed: Jan. 6, 2008
YUM!! First batch I made with peanut butter chips, second batch I made with butterscotch chips with mini milk chocolate kisses pressed into the top. Those were delicious. Next time I will try white chocolate and macadamian nuts.... a great base for so many possible variations. Thanks....this is now my very favorite cookie recipie!
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Emily's Famous Chili

Reviewed: Oct. 26, 2007
AWSOME!! So I didn't have any red bell, so I used about 1/2 of a green one. I didn't use jalapenos (didn't have it on hand). I did a 1/4 cup chili powder. I also used about 1 lb. of ground beef and about 1 1/2 lb london broil steak cut up into chunks. Browned all that 1st, drained and continued on. I also did 1/2 kidney beans and 1/2 black beans. I also used about 8oz of tomato paste. I LOVE the chipotle peppers in adobo sauce!! This is what makes this recipe. They're hot, that's why I cut down on chili pepper. Still spicy, but just right. I also doubled up on the flour to make it a thicker chili. Simmered for about 2 hours. Just remember to stir often. So YUMMY! Served with bread and green salad!Great for freezing, too! Thank you so much!!
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Slow Cooker Adobo Chicken

Reviewed: Jul. 26, 2007
GREAT stuff!! So easy....and yummy. My man just ooos and aahs over this. I always use red wine vinegar and low sodium soy sauce....PERFECT!!
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Granny Kat's Pumpkin Roll

Reviewed: Jul. 21, 2007
Love it!! Everyone asks for the recipe...I always use a 11x15 cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and I roll it lengthwise. I couldn't imagine doing it any other way! Even a great summer time dessert because it's served cold......yummmmmmmmy!
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Gorgonzola and Apple Pork Chops

Reviewed: Jun. 26, 2007
How about pounding the pork thin and rolling the mix inside and baking??? I'll try it and let you know....
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Pesto Cheesy Chicken Rolls

Reviewed: Jun. 5, 2007
DELICIOUS!!! I love how simple this is, but yet so full of flavor! I used sliced munster cheese and Classicos version of pesto; I also rolled them in Italian seasoned breadcrumbs which I think is a must! I also used cooking rope instead of toothpicks cuz the toothpicks can sometimes rip the already pounded chicken. Served with whole wheat ritoni which I tossed in a bit of pesto and steamed asparagus....YUM!!!
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Real Hummus

Reviewed: Jan. 29, 2007
A wonderful recipe! So easy! I make this about once a week. I use 2 15oz cans of beans, therefore I use about 4 heaping tbls of tahini, juice of 2 lemons (meyer lemons are so tasty in this); otherise I followed everything else as stated(the updated version). Sometimes I take the time to peel off the skins on the garbanzo beans...it does make a creamier texture but is really not that necessary...it tastes fantastic either which way...thanks for sharing!!UPDATE: I use one can garbonzos and one can black beans (rinsed and drained). With this I use only lime juice, otherwise all the same. AWSOME!! I never ever put olive oil on top....it's too perfect to dizzle oil on.
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Salisbury Steak

Reviewed: Jan. 25, 2007
My review may not be entirely fair...I didn't have some important ingredients so I did what I could. I had one packet of dry onion soup. I put 2/3 of it in with the meat mixture and I also added about 1/2 tsp. of onion powder and garlic powder along with about 1/2 cup water and bread crumbs to the meat mixture. For the sauce I put the remaining onion soup mix, more onion and garlic powder, 1 1/2 tbl. of worschestire, 1/3 cup ketchup, heaping tblspn of flour and about 3/4 cup water. I didn't have mustard powder so I added about a tspn of dijon mustard. When I poured the sauce over the staeks it seemed thick so I added just a bit more water and let simmer for 20 min.....turned out amazing!!! My man said it was the best salisbury staek he's ever had and he's had ALOT of em'...maybe this review will help others out with some other options than the condensed soup that is called for. I think my method is also somewhat less fattening. I served with mashed potatos (soaks up the sauce) with corn and edmame. Thank you for sharing!
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Curried Honey Mustard Chicken

Reviewed: Dec. 12, 2006
PERFECT recipe.....what a flavor! I was cooking for 2...used only 2 breasts but followed the recipe otherwise, therefore I had a lot of sauce leftover but I poured it over the leftover rice....soooo yummy! Such an easy dish to make! Some other reviewers said they added garlic, but I really think this will change the flavor too much. Keep it as is! (I made the peanut rice from this site and also steamed some red chard to soak up some of the awsome sauce!)
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Pauline Werner's Beef Stew

Reviewed: Nov. 30, 2006
This was a great stew, but I did need to add more to it as it seemed bland to me. So I added garlic powder and some thyme....and kosher salt. I think next time I will use a beef or vegetabe broth. Overall, it turned out great!
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Fruit-Topped Buttermilk Pancakes

Reviewed: Nov. 22, 2006
Well,I'm not sure it's fair for me to rate this but I'm going to anyway. I only used this recipe for the fruit topping. What a brilliant idea. I love to eat plain yogurt with granola and with the addition of this fruit topping it is so yummy! I don't put the bananas in it though and I use unsweetened frozen berry mix with pineapple and the brown sugar. I then put it in a glass jar and into the fridge and then I have a nice supply of a very healthy and yummy snack! Thank for such a brilliant idea....and so simple too!
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Indian Chicken Curry II

Reviewed: Nov. 2, 2006
AWSOME!!!! First thing...sooooo easy to make. Secondly, tons and tons of flavor. I added a full can of coconut milk, a heaping teaspoon of garam masala, and about 41/2 tablespoons of curry. Also added diced potatoes. Otherwise followed the recipe and my man couldn't stop eating it. He absolutely loved and so did my 19 month old girl. I did not add the cayenne pepper because of her though. Thank you so much for an awsome recipe.
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Mulligatawny Soup I

Reviewed: Oct. 19, 2006
Fantastic soup....just like wine, it gets better with time. Two or three days later the soup tasted even better than the first day. In my opinion, the cream is completely unnecessay...sooo good w/o it.(and less fattening too) Even my 8 year old and 18month old gobbled it up asking for more...definately double the recipe, or triple and freeze. Thank you so much!UPDATE: I have made this soup about 10 times now....I always double the recipe, add 3 tablespoons of yellow curry (so much more flavor) and I cut the apples in larger cubes cuz you can taste them so much more like that, and I use brown rice instead of white and just let it simmer longer. SO GOOD!
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Green Beans with Cherry Tomatoes

Reviewed: Sep. 29, 2006
lets just put it this way...my 8 year old step son gobbled them up! So good. I used olive oil instead of butter, I used grape tomatos, and I used garlic pepper itstead of the garlic salt and pepper. I also steamed the green beans(better for ya that way). Thank you so much. I just emailed this recipe on to some family and friends.
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Maple Salmon

Reviewed: Sep. 22, 2006
Sooo suprisingly good. The salmon was so juicy and tender, the sauce was so delicate but so intense at the same time. Sweet....but I loved it. I am my worst critic and do not usually rave about what I make unless it's REALLY good, and I was raving.... over and over again, as I ate the salmon, how delicious it was! Perfectly cooked. I used garlic powder instead of garlic salt. Thank you! My new favorite salmon recipe!
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Middle Eastern Turkey Dogs

Reviewed: Sep. 14, 2006
I already rated this once before, but I had to write again! So good and so easy. I used plain yogurt mixed with mango chutney as a sauce and served with warm tortillias. Thank you so much. I only used about 3/4 of a teaspoon of each spice... perfect!UPDATE ON REVIEW: I now usually serve with warm whole wheat pita bread and mix the mango chutney with light sour cream....YUM!
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Stephen's Chocolate Chip Cookies

Reviewed: Sep. 3, 2006
Well, they're tasty, but they are nothing out of this world. I was looking for a cookie with some volume; these came out flat like all the rest of the cookies i've made in the past. Could it be me??? Or my pans??? Either way, they are very good and my household is very happy to have any cookies at all. Next time I will try a recipie what will give me thicker cookies....thanx anyways
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Easy Chicken Korma

Reviewed: Aug. 30, 2006
Wow!!!! Fantastic! I did NOT use 2 onions though ( would be way too oniony for our tastes) so instead I used one sweet onion and then in place of the other onion I added a can of diced tomatos (drained)...other than that, I did everything exact, and it was soooooooo yummy, and best of all sooooo easy. I made the sauce and poured over chicken in the baking dish, covered it, put it back in the fridge, went to kickboxing class and and hour later cooked it up and, wala, ready in 1/2 hour. And all that butter and oil is not necessary. Next time I will use just a couple tablespoons of olive oil and then it is super healthy, too. Loved it and so did everyone else. Will make again and again. (note: be sure to cook the onions until they are very soft to ensure a nice creamy texture for the sauce) Thanx!
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