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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Cherry Chicken Lettuce Wraps
I really didn't care for the smell of this meal at all, but the taste was pretty good. I would prefer next time to use water chestnuts or something else over cherries however. The only changes I made was leaving out the onions (do not care them) and using a Honey Sake Teriyaki sauce rather than honey and teriyaki separately. I also I added some corn starch powder for extra thickness. I liked the dressing a lot and will be making some extra just to have on hand for salads. I would infact, prefer this as a salad. I used red lettuce, which did not hold up as a wrap. But making a little less for the top of a salad would be great!! I also threw in some baby corn (nuggets not spears) since I had some extra sauce.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 1, 2006
Cherry Cheezecake
I loved this! I had extra blocks of Nasoya extra firm tofu on hand and wanted to try something new. I made my pie in a pre-made pie-crust and left out the lemon aspect all together. I combined it with the chocolate tofu dream pie (a pudding pie) recipe on the site and made it chocolate cherry cheesecake. It was simple, I just added some baking coacoa into the mix (about 1/2 - 1/3 cup). I also used fat-free cream cheese since having dairy wasn't a problem for me. Thank you so much for this recipe! I was skeptical at first, but I will definitely make it again. Even thinking of a gluten-free version for my sister!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 4, 2006
Asian Coconut Rice
Thi dish was just okay. I think you really have to find the right main dish to pair it with in order for it to work. I found it to be rather bland (coconut flavor was very subtle) and it sat heavy afterwards. I tried it both warm and cold. Personally, I preferred it cold, but at that point would rather have rice pudding than this mixture. I added extra sugar from 1 tsp to 2-3 tsp, but other than that, kept the recipe the same. I don't think I would make this again because of how heavy it felt after eating. Not worth all the calories and extra fat. but it was fun to try something new!!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 16, 2006

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