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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Sour Cream Dressing
I had an abundance of sour cream so typed in "sour cream salad dressing" and found this recipe. Was a little put off by the sugar but since I had all of the ingredients-set about recalculating for 4 servings. I found a great way to eliminate the sugar-use RICE VINEGAR! Also, I had Dijon mustard on hard-use it if you have it! The result was a beautifully creamy-and sufficiently sweet for my taste-dressing. I used it on a pasta vegetable salad and added it to My Recipe Box for future use. I wanted to share the sugar substitute idea for those of you who might be put off by the white sugar ingredient. Oh, I taste-tested too, which is why I knew immediately that this recipe is a keeper.

10 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 26, 2010
Blueberry Streusel Cobbler
Wow, a perfect recipe! I used fat free condensed milk and orange zest instead of lemon (there's no sense trying to lighten the suger content, just enjoy) - otherwise no changes. Beautiful presentation with vanilla ice cream and sauce over all and it tastes even better! One of the best deserts I've ever had. Thank you.

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 4, 2010
Spanish Potato Omelet
Being a Spaniard, this recipe caught my attention. Tortilla de patata is truly a simple, rustic dish and it sounds like everyone's got the right idea. Having made this tortilla many times at home and with family in Spain-I have a couple tips to share. After cooking the sliced potatoes in olive oil, I drain them in a colander then put potatoes back into frying pan (a good non-stick works best!) After adding egg and pushing potatoes down so they're submerged as much as possible, I cover the pan and cook on very low heat-you can actually cook the tortilla all the way through this way and only need to invert onto a serving plate and cut into wedges to serve-although if you're using a non-stick, the inversion process is a snap. I'd never had Tortilla made with anything other than potato, egg, and onion UNTIL I experimented on my own. I sauteed chorizo, put half the potatoes in the pan sauteed chorizo on top of potato, rest of potatoes on top of chorizo, then egg over all. Really good! and a very nice presentation when sliced.

65 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 9, 2010

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