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Oven Roasted Teriyaki Chicken
let me just say, that this is a good base all by itself. However, since I have made it this way before, tonight i switched it up some... I added juice from one lemon and a few drops of liquid smoke. Those two changes transitioned this into a smokey citrus teriyaki, and I must say. It was stupendous! I baked the chicken thighs covered for 15 minutes at 375, with some lemon pepper, paprika, and olive oil on it, then I took it out, slathered on the sauce and stuck back in the oven to finish (occasionally adding more sauce so it would glaze nicely. great stuff. Served with jasmine rice and broccoli!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 6, 2013
Angie's Dad's Best Cabbage Coleslaw
I am only giving this four stars because I altered the recipe a bit... The flavor is amazing. It is so light and fresh and crisp. What I did differently: I used two 1-lb bags of cabbage mix especially for slaw. (I ended up only using 1.5 bags actually... I compenstated for the wilting of the cabbage) I halved the sugar content, and I would use even less next time perhaps 1/4C. I added juice from one lime I threw some crushed red pepper in with the boil. I also cut down on the red onion... only 1/2 a large red onion. I halved the vinegar amount and mixed white and apple cider. (1/4c of each) I left out the celery, added celery salt instead. Other than my changes, the base for this slaw is fantastic. I will use this again. I think you would need three to four lbs of shredded cabbage for the amounts listed in this recipe... and that is my opinion because I don't like my slaw as sweet as this recipe would be.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 30, 2013

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