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Recipe Reviews 11 reviews
Cream Cheese Frosting II
absolutely ridiculously AMAZING. couldnt stop eating it out of the bowl. put on red velvet cake and man i was dying to make another three cakes just so i had an excuse to make this again..... PERFECTION

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Reviewed On: Dec. 8, 2011
Thai-Style Peanut Sauce with Honey
YUM! Was a bit worried when combining the ingredients at the proportion of everything but wow perfect perfect. I just added extra ginger and garlic. Delish! Sauteed shrimp in sesame oil with red pepper flakes and chopped onion, stir fried with rice noodles, some of this sauce and a little bit of water for a perfect pasta dish. Wasnt expecting much really out of this sauce but what a great zing! Doesnt just taste like boring peanut butter!!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 9, 2011
Pork Dumplings
Yum! Took a bit of practice but... definitely a winner. After a few tries/youtube videos I made the following changes. 1. dont use square.. makes too much extra dough, was gross. I took stacks of the goza wrappers cut off the corners to make rough circles, and then would make pleats on one side- more filling fit in, and better filling to dough ratio. 2. I boiled the first batch, not worth it. Spread sesame oil lightly on a pan over med heat, placed a batch of dumplings in the pan and then pour a scant cup of noiling water over them to cover them half way. cover the pan and steam the dumplings until the water is evaporated (about five or six min). Whena ll the water is gone, drip a little sesame oil in between the rows of dumplings to crisp up the edges and remove from pan after a minute or two when the bottoms are browned and crispy. PERFECT! I used spinach instead of cabbage, and doubled the ginger and used six cloves of garlic. Sauce was a few tbs of soy sauce plus rice vinegar plus a tiny bit of sesame oil. SO good. Just took a while....

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Reviewed On: Oct. 22, 2011

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