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Recipe Reviews 17 reviews
Scrambled Egg Muffins
I don't eat eggs, but my family loved it. Was gonna make scrambled eggs and toast for dinner, and then remembered this. Served it with a salad. I used just sliced ham and cheese.

0 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 21, 2014
Ginger Sekanjabin
Crazy good. I LOVE ginger, and ginger ale. I can never find ginger ale with enough ginger for me. This was perfection. I used seltzer water instead of regular water to get my fizz on. One note I would like to make. The first time I made this I used jarred minced ginger. It does not have nearly enough flavor. Fresh ginger is imperative. My first attempt I cut the recipe down to five serving and I still ended up using nearly half a cup of jarred ginger. I really could not taste it. Another recipe on here that I tried said to use white balsamic. I used that in one of my experiments. I found that you can change up the profile of this just by playing around with your vinegar. I think when I get bored one day, I will try using vodka in or sherry in place of the vinegar just to see what would happen. Thanks again.

12 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 12, 2012
Strawberry, Ginger and Mint Sekanjabin
I am gonna fiddle with this a bit more. It is a really good recipe. It reminds me of a mint julep. I am in need a of a version. Since a mint julep is basically bourbon well that's not all that easy. I am going to delete the strawberries and use lime instead of lemons, and use 1/4 cup regular balsamic and the rest white, but as is the color is almost spot on. It tastes so good. This is so refreshing.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 12, 2012

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