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The Chef's Wife

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Recipe Reviews 12 reviews
'Unstuffed' Cabbage with a Kick
I made it as the recipe called for (without the heat for my toddler), but it was a little bland. So, I doubled the spices and added more salt and pepper, and it turned out pretty good. My husband and I added some red pepper paste on the side since we left out the cayenne and red pepper. It was just like a spring roll but without the roll...which my husband doesn't like and they take a lot of extra time, so this worked out perfectly! I couldn't fit it all in my skillet, so I did boil some of the cabbage in a different pot, then added it as it cooked down, but I ended up leaving some of the cabbage out. We'll make this recipe again with doubled spices. Thanks for a good cabbage recipe!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 20, 2014
Traditional Chilaquiles
My whole family loved this recipe and it was a great way to use our tomatillos. We found it to be a little dry, though, but it was fine after we added some salsa at the table. If I make it again, I'll probably double the tomatillo sauce. I used pepper jack cheese but substituted cheddar cheese for the monterey jack, and I wouldn't do that again. The cheddar got pretty tough.

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 7, 2013
Indian Chicken Curry (Murgh Kari)
I totally made this in the slow-cooker and it turned out great! And that made it a little healthier because I didn't use any oil. I just put the chicken in the slow cooker, added the water, then all the ingredients except the oil. I substituted fresh ginger (used powdered) and a garam masala substitute I found online, cause I was out. We are big Indian food fans (we lived there for several years), and this recipe is definitely a keeper. :)

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 1, 2013

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