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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Corn Dog Muffins
After reading many of the reviews I made a few changes and they turned out GREAT! Its important to note that the changes I made were based on halving the recipe - I wanted to try this first before making a whole batch. I added 1/3 of the brown sugar, and yes I do think you need it - its that sweet/salty thing that makes a corn dog but its not sugary sweet! I added the full cup of shredded cheddar to the halved recipe - I would do that again! HERE'S THE REAL CHANGE I MADE: I added a heaping tablespoon of creamed corn to increase the moistue and more "corn" flavor - what a difference - moist and delicious - greasing the bottom of the pan is a must! I chopped up the hot dogs to distribute the flavor and will add even more dogs next time. I used mini - muffin pans as I wanted to use these as easy lunches for my kids - but after trying them I am also making as an appetizer for an adult party - who doesn't love a corn dog! The four stars is only because I made changes not recommended or added in original recipe.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 21, 2014
Butternut Squash Soup II
Followed recipe but added a few extras like others noted. I did roast my squash - it was easy enough - just poked with a fork and roasted 2 small squash for about 45 min. at 400 degrees. Meanwhile I cut up the rest of the vegetables. I had some small leeks on hand (about 4) so I added them as well to the mixture. I added the broth a little at a time and did not need all 36 ounces - depends how thick you like it. I also omitted the celery - didn't notice it missing - and only 1 medium potato - did not let them brown to avoid turning the soup color. I added a pinch of curry, nutmeg and cinnamon. Many offered that it was still bland - but don't forget you should always salt and pepper your food as you go. It was awesome - biggest critics - my kids and the neighbors kids - out of 7 kids - 4 LOVED it - others said OK Hubby loved it too! - I say that is a hit!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 25, 2012

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