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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Hard Taco Shells
if yours are chewy, it means the oil wasn't hot enough!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 28, 2008
Banana Fritters
I just made this for a potluck food sale, and i have to say it is SO GOOD i think i gained 10 pounds while i cooked them because ach one tha didn't look perfect i said "ooh, better eat that one!!" its kinda hard to get the oil the exact right temp for them to fry, they burn so fat if you dont watch it. for those of you who dont like gooey insides, it might not be for you. myself i think the gooey is the best part, after all it IS made with mashed bananas, you cant expect it to be like a cake donut that is dense. After mine were slightly cooled i sprinkled a mix of granulated sugar and cinnamon. I also added more cinnamon and sugar than the batter called for and it was GREAT!!!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 1, 2008
Jalapeno Poppers I
I give it 4 stars cuz it needs tweaking to be's what you need to do: after seeding the peppers you must blanche them in salted boiling water for 2 minutes to the cream cheese mixture you need to add a few dashes of tobasco, a sprinling of chili powder and cayenne, some cilantro chopped very very finely, and a few real bacon bits. let the mixture sit for a while before stuffing, the flavours need to mingle you need to use seasoned breadcrumbs, but be sure to dredge them in FLOUR first, or else not enough egg will stick to the peppers, and in turn, not enough breadcrumbs will stick to them either...and do a double coating for extra crispiness! (and less oven leakage of cheese). with these adjustments it is a winning recipe. also, put the stuffed prepared peppers into the fridge for an hour before breading, this also cuts down on leakage because they are firmer. some folks say they arent spicy enoug: this depends on your peppers. some jalapenos are hotten than others, just liek some aples are sweeter than others. if you notice you have a bland batch of ppers when you are sedding them (and belive me, you'll KNOW if you have a spicy batch from the coughing you'll do) save soem of the seeds, or add even more tobasco.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 2, 2005
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