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Clone of a Cinnabon

Reviewed: Aug. 12, 2007
Fabulous. I don't have a bread machine, so I mixed the dough like a traditional bread dough (proofed the yeast in the milk, added the eggs, butter, flour, etc) let it rise for an hour before rolling it out, and followed the recipe exactly after that and these were the best tasting cinnamon rolls I've had in a long time, (Not counting my mother's of course) I even have a friend who can't stop nagging me to make them for her! Great find, Marsha, thanks so much for sharing!!
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Japanese Chicken Wings

Reviewed: Aug. 12, 2007
A friend convinced me to try this recipe. I don't generally eat chicken wings, but I cut up some chicken breasts into "boneless wing" size, and followed the recipe, only adding about 1 tsp ground ginger for a kick, and sprinkling the chicken with sesame seeds before it went into the oven. It was FABULOUS. I loved the tangy flavor and the slight crispy texture from the breading. Very flavorful, and I will be using this recipe again!
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Cinnamon Cream Roll-Ups

Reviewed: Oct. 30, 2006
These are really simple to make, and tasty, too! Especially good with some syrup drizzled on top. I increased the cinnamon, as the sugar seemed to overpower it otherwise, but that's the only change I made.
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Simple Slow Cooker Meatloaf

Reviewed: Sep. 5, 2006
I love the taste of this recipe, it's very flavorful, I couldn't get enough. The texture was lacking though, as it fell apart, and did indeed look like dog food as one reviewer mentioned. I used ground turkey instead of beef, so I didn't have a lot of excess drippings. I think the problem stems from the ratio of dry ingredients to moist ingredients. Two eggs, plus the ketchup just seems excessive. While mixing the ingredients, the meat became runny, so less moisture is a definite must. One egg and the ketchup should work just as well, and the loaf should stick together better. This meal will definitely stay in the rotation though, since it's so easy to throw together and cook while at my classes or at work.
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BLT Salad

Reviewed: Sep. 3, 2006
I LOVE the dressing on this salad! The garlic is so tasty, with just a hint of pepper. The salad is so easy to put together, too. I used cheese and garlic croutons since they were the only ones I had on hand, and turkey bacon instead of regular. It came out FABULOUS. Definitely a keeper for quick dinners after work
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Honey Mustard Sauce

Reviewed: Jul. 15, 2006
I made this when I ran out of dressing for my salad and didn't want to go to the store. It makes a great salad dressing. I used regular mustard, since I didn't have dijon, and it came out creamy and tangy and perfect! So easy, too, I'm never buying a bottle of honey mustard dressing again, and can't wait to use it in other recipes!
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Baked Potato Soup V

Reviewed: Jul. 9, 2006
This was a good soup and easy to make! I cut the recipe in half, since I live alone, and always make meals ahead of time to eat during the week, so the leftovers will be welcome! I made a few changes, namely to lower fat content. Since I used salted sweet cream butter, I omitted the salt and used fat free sour cream and 1% milk instead of whole milk. I also used Butterball thin and crispy turkey bacon instead of actual bacon, and it doesn't taste like I messed anything up. Also, I didn't have scallions, so I just diced up a handful of chives and threw them into the pot. Tasted marvelous, if I do say so myself. Thanks for the great recipe.
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Veggie Lasagna Florentine

Reviewed: Jul. 2, 2006
Wow, this is an EXCELLENT lasagna recipe. I tweaked it a little, by adding 1/2 tbsp basil, 2 tbsp grated parmesan and 1/4 cup burgundy wine to the sauce, since that's what I like to add to my homemade marinara sauces, but that's about it. I made the sauce a day in advance and let the flavors soak and blend in the fridge overnight before making the dish the next day. I served it to my visiting parents and grandparents, and there were only 2 pieces left! Even my mom ate it and loved it and she hates zucchini and mushrooms. Definitely a keeper recipe for me, thanks so much for sharing!!!
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Nora's Special Chocolate Chip Muffins

Reviewed: Jun. 18, 2006
This is a great, simple recipe for slightly sweet chocolate chip muffins. I've made them and brought them to work, and my co-workers love them. My roomate always asks me to make them, too. I love the sprinkling of sugar on top, it's a great touch. Thanks for sharing, Nora!
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Rich and Creamy Tomato Basil Soup

Reviewed: Jun. 18, 2006
Wow. I'm from Texas, home of the infamous La Madaleine's and I adore their tomato basil soup as much as anyone, but can't afford it a lot on a college student's budget. This recipe makes up for it in spades. I followed it exactly, but used a hand mixer instead of a blender because I like to have a slightly chunky/somewhat smooth texture. Next time, I think I'll try Roma tomatoes, I think the slightly sweet flavor will do wonders for the soup, but this is a definite favorite. Tastes great as leftovers, too! I like to sprinkle some grated parmesan in the bowl with the soup, and serve it with fresh baked garlic bread or breadsticks. It's a great, simple meal after a long day of work and classes.
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Alfredo Sauce

Reviewed: Mar. 20, 2006
I LOVE this recipe. I come from an Italian family that's very picky about their pasta sauces, and they all love it, too! The garlic flavor blends really well with the parmesan, it's terrific! My roomate loves it as well, and demands I make it on a regular basis. Since I'm not a Gruyere fan, I've found that using a hand mixer with a chopping blade before adding the parsley works to break up the clumps of parmesan cheese that melt together, and makes the sauce extra creamy. Again, fantastic recipe, thanks for sharing it!
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Salmon with Tomatoes

Reviewed: Mar. 20, 2006
I love this recipe! Salmon is my favorite fish and I'm always looking for new ways to cook it. I followed the recipe exactly, and served it over angel hair pasta, though I'm going to try it over polenta next time, but it's definitely good enough to eat all on its own. It reminds me of an alfredo sauce, with the butter and parmesan, but nowhere near as heavy and just as delicious. Thanks for sharing!!
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