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Zucchini Patties

Reviewed: Aug. 31, 2011
I make these patties all the time. For a more healthy way I bake them in a jelly roll pan at 375 for 20 min then turn them and bake for an additional 15. Time depends on your oven, the size of the patties and thickness. I spray the bottom of the pan with PAM. I squeeze as much water out of the zucchini as possible and I don't use salt. The salt makes the zucchini more runny. There is enough salt in the cheeses and you can always salt them after they are baked. I also use 1/2 cup of pepper jack cheese and 1/2 cup of feta instead of the mozzarella cheese. These cheeses give the patties a better taste. I don't use any oil or flour in my patties. I use Italian bread crumbs I also double the recipe but don't double the eggs.
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Blondie Brownies

Reviewed: Jul. 1, 2005
I make a recipe similar to this but I use 1/4 stick of margarine-- 2 T of milk-- 1 t of baking powder and 1 cup of butterscotch morsels. What I like about the recipe is that it's very easy and never fails.
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Mom's Best Peanut Brittle

Reviewed: Dec. 28, 2003
this is an excellent recipe. I've made it 4 times and each time it comes out great. the first batch i made my family thought it needed more peanuts. the next time i used 2 cups and they were right. i also took the advice of one of the reviewers and used a ziz-zag motion to spread on cookie sheet. since i used 2 cups of peanuts and a ziz-zag motion i did not have to spread the brittle. i used dry roasted peanuts. the brittle was on the dark side but it was still excellent. since i never made candy before i was amazed on how long it took to reach 300 degrees. this is a keeper. thanks
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Monkey Bread I

Reviewed: Jul. 31, 2003
the second time I made the bread i used a bundt pan. in my first attempt to make the monkey bread i set my oven on fire and had to call the fire dept. I didn't realize that the butter and sugar mixture leaked out of the tube pan (it's a two piece)and most of it was on the bottom tray of the oven. the oven was hot so i figured it was a good time to clean the oven. i have a gas self-cleaner. i was out on my patio enjoying reading when i smelled something burning. when i went into the kitchen the flames were a foot high in the oven and the smoke was pouring out of it. i couldn't open the oven door because it was in the lock mode. we called the fire dept but by the time they came the fire burned itself out. i was very lucky i didn't ruin my oven and there wasn't more damage done. so please be careful when you make this in a two piece tube pan. if it does leak clean the bottom tray before self cleaning or better yet place a piece of foil on the bottom. i learned that the hard way.
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