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Recipe Reviews 11 reviews
Hummus Layer Dip
I made this dip as written except that I made my own roasted garlic hummus and reduced the amount of Italian seasoning to 1 t (this decision was based on some other reviews, but I think I might put more in next time). It is a very pretty dip and delicious. It was completely devoured at the Super Bowl party I brought it to. I got many compliments on it. I made my own pita chips to go with: 8" pita pockets, cut apart into two circles, brush with olive oil and sprinkle with garlic powder and kosher salt, cut each circle with a pizza slicer into 8 triangles, arrange onto two cookie sheets and bake at 350 for 7 mins, then swap the positions of the cookie sheets and cook another 7 mins or until golden brown and crispy! YUM!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 4, 2013
Green Onion Ranch Dip
I used 15 green onions (not the 18 called for) and WOW it was oniony. I like onions but this dip makes for very bad breath. My husband's breath was awful for 24 hours after eating this dip. He liked it a lot, but won't eat it again because of this.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 5, 2009
Zucchini Corn Fritters
I made these exactly as the recipe states, though maybe a bit more zucchini and a bit more fresh corn. The batter was *very* thin and my fritters were more like pancakes rather than like the fat fritters in the picture. I fried them in an electric skillet. I poured in what I thought was going to be too much oil, but by the time I got finished frying up the fritters, there was almost no oil left. In other words, these sucked up a LOT of oil. I don't like to think about that too much (gross!) These were very tasty though. Next time I'd only add a small amount of sugar (why sugar anyway?) and I'd see if I could fry in a smaller amount of oil just enough to keep them from sticking. Maybe I'd cut the butter or some of the butter. I'm not a health nut by any means, but the fat in these counteracted any benefit the veggies might have, so if you're looking to add veggies to your child's diet, I'd look for another recipe. I might try to bake the batter like one reviewer said. Interesting idea!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 26, 2009
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