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Lyyle


Lyyle
 
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Recipe Reviews 12 reviews
Creamy Vegan Sweet Potato and Corn Chowder
A good basic idea but too many pots and too much fuss. There is no need to boil the potatoes first. Just use the second step... saute aromatics in oil, add diced potatoes and corn. Add liquid, cook till potatoes are tender. Press into the pot with the back of your spoon to mash up for thickening or take a little out and blend then put back in. No flour needed. Besides the flour isn't used correctly in the first place... should be added to the fat. This application is correct for corn starch. It shouldn't take 30 minutes start to finish. I replaced the Yukon potato with finely diced carrot and the soy milk with coconut milk (added at the end,) but that's just personal dietary preference. Made a very nice lunch!

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 14, 2013
Slow Cooker Carolina BBQ
I ave this 4 stars because it needs some smoke product added to make it 5 stars. I made 1/2 of the recipe. I used 1 tsp smoked salt instead of regular and also some smoked paprika (about 1/2 t.) and a splash of ponzu to the vinegar and lots of ground pepper. I cooked the pork the first day, then put the shredded meat in a separate bowl from the strained cooking liquid and put them in the fridge overnight so I could skim off the fat and measure out 1 cup (I made 1/2 the recipe) from the clear middle part without fat or the scummy precipitate at the bottom. Then I combined the liquids, nuked it all to start it cooking and mixed it together back in the crockpot. I think I cooked it too long the second time as it tasted better right after I first mixed it than it did 6 hours later. Next time I will add the smoked stuff to the hot sauce mixture instead of to the vinegar on the first day because it lost too much of the flavor during cooking. It really does taste as close to real East Carolina BBQ as you'll get with a slow cooker.

8 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 18, 2010
Carolina BBQ
Carolina BBQ sauce does NOT have ketchup in it.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 16, 2010
 
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