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Simple Turkey Chili

Reviewed: Feb. 21, 2012
What a great beginner recipe. This was my first time ever cooking chili and it came out great! I followed advice on here and added half a can of medium chili beans and 1/2 green pepper. I only mashed 1/2 of the beans but next time I will reduce the water and not mash any. This recipe can handle more veggies, so celery, corn even carrots will be great. I was cooking for toddlers so I omitted the chili powder and cayenne, but the heat from the chili beans was enough actually. Definitely a keeper.
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Garlic Cauliflower

Reviewed: Jan. 23, 2012
This is so simple but delicious and a good alternative to all the cauliflower recipes with a lot of cheese, cream or mayo. I followed it exactly except I used 1/4 bullion cube in water since I didn't have broth on hand. The butter and garlic give so much flavor. Even with the bullion and some additional salt it wasn't salty. Will be making it again.
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Carrot and Ginger Soup

Reviewed: Jan. 21, 2012
I've been looking for a good carrot soup recipe and this is it. The squash and the ginger give so much flavor to this soup. Consistency is good but could be adjusted. I didn't have heavy cream so added a bit of milk and served it with sour cream and it was amazing.
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Healing Cabbage Soup

Reviewed: Nov. 5, 2011
Healing is the right word, you will love this soup in the winter. I made as is and then with additional vegetables, both times it was delicious, I cannot wait to make this again. The first time I made it I couldn't stop helping myself to small portions before everyone came home for dinner, so good and flavorful.
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Savory Pork Roast

Reviewed: Nov. 5, 2011
Came out absolutely tender and tasty, my first time ever cooking pork roast. followed the recipe exactly. Great recipe!
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Ukrainian Red Borscht Soup

Reviewed: Nov. 5, 2011
I made this soup 5 times already and love it, so did my husband and his friend, both born and bred Russians. Please do no omit the garlic, it gives so much flavor, not sure what having been to 23 countries has to do with knowing Ukranian cuisine. My husband loved the garlic, the parsley and also absolutely add dill, lots of it. I add all three right before I turn the heat off, this way the flavors blend well, but the greens don't overcook. I agree with someone who said before, use sunflower oil, my grandmother, mother and MIL still cook with it. I used olive oil but it's not the same. I tried one with sausage - good, one vegetarian - very good, one with beans - didn't think it was great, but wasn't bad either. To save time you can shred the beets in food processor, though I dice them very finely for more kid-appeal. Also, buy the packaged Cole Slaw, saves you time and mess from chopping cabbage. About the tomatoes- I also thought it was too much, so I just halved the amount, so try it this way first and see if you'd like more or less. Serve with smetanka and hearty country bread and enjoy!
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