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Recipe Reviews 26 reviews
Caramelized Turnips
made this tonight and it was good....sauteed onions and some garlic then added turnips and carrots with some homemade veggie broth....then followed directions as was great as I had no idea what I was going to do with these turnips I was given...will make again when I have more turnips! also used brown sugar which I am glad I did...I like brown sugar better than white

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Reviewed On: Dec. 20, 2012
Classic Waffles
TRY THIS ONE OUT!!! So took a bunch of people's advice: separated the eggs and whipped up the whites really well....sifted the flour, baking powder (used 2 1/2 teas), sugar (used 4 T), salt (used 1/2 teas), and cinnamon (used 1 T) all together....for the milk I made 1 cup of buttermilk (1 T of lemon juice and then fill it up to the 1 cup mark with milk and let sit for about 10ish mins) and then added 1/2 cup regular milk and warmed on stove...put all liquids together and then added to dry, whipped them all up then added the whites and cooked in preheated waffle maker and OMG soooo good!!! we loved them!! we only got 3 waffles from this...we also use whole wheat flour though so it makes the batter a bit denser...some people suggested adding more milk to thin it out a bit which I will do next time...

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Reviewed On: Dec. 19, 2012
Parmesan Chicken II
Really tasty!! Took a bunch of posters comments and did the following: par boiled them for 20 minutes, waited til cool (just took like 5 minuthes), then put flour on them, egg wash, then cheese (which I mixed with a piece of blended toast for bread crumbs, a tsp of oregano, garlic powder, and onion powder) then baked at 400 for 20 minutes....they were not the most amazing thing I have ever tasted which is why I gave it a four..but they were moist and the flavorful...I would for sure recommend to try these!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 28, 2012

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