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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Apple Strudel Muffins
I too used the recommendations of TUNISIANSWIFE and the flavor came out fantastic!! The shredded apple with just a few chunks is the perfect combo (and mixing with the sugar first really did pull out a lot of liquid to get mixed in). HOWEVER, when I pulled the muffins out of the pan (used paper liner) there was a yellow liquid in the bottom and the paper was drenched. I soaked it up but when I peeled off the paper, the muffin was all suck to the inside of the liner. Not sure what I did wrong. I will try again without liners and see what happens.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 30, 2007
Cube Steak Parmesan
This was a total hit in my house, super tender and easy too. My husband isn't a big cube steak fan but I had some in the freezer to use up so I didn't tell him what it was at first, but by the end of the meal we both agreed this is a keeper. I made a few changes: a) used light/wheat bread crumbs instead of crackers and mixed in a bit of ground flaxseed b) used olive oil instead and a healthy garlic/chunk tomato sauce so didn't need oregano or sugar c)slightly banged meat with tenderizer first. I got the oil hot to really crisp the outside first and had to bake for closer to 10 minutes to get the cheese really melted (I think the few extra minutes helped with tenderness) You'd never know this was a "healthier" version! Served over spaghetti squash.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 24, 2007
Salmon Patties III
This was a toss up in my house - husband loved it, but I wasn't a huge fan. I "winged" the recipe a bit, based on leftovers I had from this weekend. I used salmon that had been slightly marinated in a garlic/thyme paste and garlic-mashed potatoes. Not sure if my salmon and pototoe ratio was exact. Didn't use any Italian seasoning as my salmon and potato already had garlic, thyme and salt/pepper. Cornflakes are a terrific addition and really compliment the soft/flaky inside. Super fast if you use leftovers. I made an herb-mayo sauce that my husband loves... that saved it for me. (Mayo, basil, parsley, lemon juice, djion mustard, cayenne pepper, green onion... sooo good!) Will try again.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 9, 2007

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