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Living In: Cabot, Arkansas, USA
Member Since: Nov. 2005
Cooking Level: Intermediate
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Recipe Reviews 18 reviews
Gluten Free Crustless Pumpkin Pie
I made this for my ladies bible study as a couple of ladies are allergic to wheat. It was a huge hit and everyone (non glutten free incuded) wanted the recipe. I only gave it 4 stars as 1/2 cup sugar is not enough. I tasted the batter before baking and it wasn't even sweet. 1 cup provided that true pumpkin flavor. Definitely add the nuts as it adds great flavor and texture. I served them on cut in squares on flattened muffin liners.

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 11, 2013
Flatlander Chili
Family loved it and not too spicy - just enough kick. My teenaged daughter even asked me to pack it for her lunch the next day. Liked the simplicity of recipe that besides cooking beef, all other ingredients thrown in together at the same time to cook. Made it exactly as is - other then cooked on medium heat for half hour with pot uncovered to thicken it. Just FYI, leave the tomato juice - don't substitute. It has a very high vitamin C content - another great way to sneak vitamins in your family's food!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 31, 2012
Best Egg Rolls
My family gobbles these up whenever I make them! Must use Sweet Chili Sauce for dipping for an over the top authentic asian taste!! Chili sauce goes PERFECTLY with these even though I know it's a Thai condiment. (Mae Ploy is brand I use and can find it in my local Walmart). I too doubled seasoning as it tasted too bland as called for. Also, no need to make flour paste. Dipping your fingers in water and smoothing on seams does the exact same job. Lastly, I mix the seasoned pork immediately after cooking with the cabbage & carrots ahead of time and let sit so the flavors blend together. It also makes the vegetables limp so they're fully cooked after I deep fry them. Canola oil works just great if you don't have peanut oil or if allergic. I keep the pork mixture in fridge for a few days and can assemble and fry in no time for a quick snack.

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 20, 2011
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