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Recipe Reviews 30 reviews
Curried Butternut Squash and Apple Bisque
Made as directed, with only one exchange: I didn't have curry sauce, so I used 4 oz of curry paste. TL;DR: cut recipe in 1/2 for 8 servings. Use coconut milk - not coconut cream, add Italian sausage for meat eaters. First, this makes a HUGE VAT OF SOUP. My 10 qt stock pot was completely full. This is not 8 servings of soup. It is easily 16 to 20 servings. Second: I'm not sure what the OP was meaning, coconut cream or coconut milk. I used actual coconut cream. As another posted, coconut is very sweet, coconut cream is intensely sweet. (it's not necessarily added sugar, it's naturally sweet) So 2 jars of coconut cream makes for a very sweet soup. I like it, just be aware. Also, coconut cream, in temperatures of less than 80°F, is rock solid. Melt it in a hot water bath before adding to your soup or you will never get it out of your jar. 2 jars was way too much. Use one. This turned into a very very thick soup with 2 jars of coconut cream. Since the directions are "pour coconut cream into the soup" I think the OP means coconut MILK. Third: if you are in a mixed household, saute up some Italian sausage to mix into the soup for the meat eaters. It pairs beautifully.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 15, 2014
Amazing Southwest Cilantro Lime Mango Grilled Chicken Sandwiches
We've made this twice now, and my chicken hating son has loved it both times. The second time I left out the jalapeno (we didn't have any) and it was still fantastic. I did add some water to the marinade the second time around, as it mixes into such a thick paste it was hard to mush it around and get all the chicken coated. I also added a tablespoon of the lime juice to help tenderize the chicken.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 9, 2014
Irish Potato Casserole
I made the recipe as directed. Texture was fine, not greasy. It tasted like stale left over fish.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 16, 2013

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