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Recipe Reviews 26 reviews
Curried Wild Rice and Squash Soup
YUMMO!!!! I had inadvertently over-cooked a spaghetti squash, so I went looking for what to with it. I adapted the recipe for what I have in the house: (smoked turkey broth from Christmas), dried onion and dried garlic, apple cider and ginger (per another reviewer). Then, in my infinite wisdom, over pureed it in the blender. It is currently looking a bit more like squash chowder, but DANG YO! it's AWESOME!!! I'm going to NOT add any rice, but make some quinoa on the side to serve the "chowder" on top of. I'm so psyched by my messed up spaghetti squash soup, that I might actually try to mess it up more often. =)

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 25, 2012
Texas Caviar I
LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe!! Had it at a party as a dip and promptly asked for the recipe. It was THAT good. Anyways, I made it the next day here at home. I've put it in baked potatoes, quesadillas, omelets, microwave nachos (yeah, I'm classy like that)... I've yet to find something it's NOT good with. Ok, my 2.5 year old refuses to eat it, but that's a whole different story. =)

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Reviewed On: Jun. 3, 2010
Baked Chicken Nuggets
I love this recipe so much. It's a great base recipe. I choose to sub out the butter for one whole egg beaten because it sticks the coating better to the chicken. I sub out half the bread crumbs for potato flakes. When I bake it, I take the top part of the broiler pan, wrap in foil, and put the chicken on there. The pieces gets crisper that way. Generally, I make the coating and put it in a box and only use what's necessary when needed. Also, I tend to add garlic powder, paprika, pepper, and whatever misc herbs I feel like using. =) This recipe has been in my rototaion for over 2 years. I've used this for portabella mushrooms too, which worked out great.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 17, 2007

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