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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Cranberry Orange Bread
I've made this recipe several times, it's really good. I prefer to make them as muffins (I baked them for 20 minutes) because it's easy to portion out. I do use 1 cup of OJ because I read the reviews and people commented it was dry. 1 cup works well for me, whether I bake it in a loaf or in the muffin tin. I also skip the grated orange zest because I never have it. It's still delicious. I reduce the butter for health reasons and even though I grease the muffin tins, it still sticks. It's never an issue for me, I'd prefer it to be healthier and just take extra care removing the muffins.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 16, 2014
Pear Braised Pork Tenderloin
I was blown away by this recipe. Following reviews, I seared my pork tenderloin (4) pieces on a cast iron, then turned off the heat, dumped the pear mixture and some diced onions on top (didn't have pearl onions). I used an inexpensive but good white bordeaux and baked covered for half an hour at 375. It came out perfect! Will definitely make this again.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 16, 2014
Keema Aloo (Ground Beef and Potatoes)
I used spray-on coconut oil that I bought from Trader Joe's to saute the onions in my attempt to make it a little less oily/fattening (I Knew the ground beef would yield a lot of oil and fat). I didn't have a pepper or peas but it came out delicious. It's a nice hearty meal for a cold day. Make sure you cut the potatoes small so they can cook faster.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 23, 2013
 
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