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Recipe Reviews 25 reviews
Fluffy Pancakes
Fantastic! I used organic whole wheat flour and whole milk. They turned out very fluffy and had wonderful flavor--not heavy at all. I did use a good amount of butter to fry them rather than the cooking spray.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 14, 2014
Czech Roast Pork
This was fabulous! I forgot the veg oil, but it didn't affect the flavor...just made the paste a little thicker (used stone ground brown mustard). :) I used a 6.5lb boston butt roast, two onions instead of three, and omitted the beer. I did add a few cups of water to the roasting pan--enough to reach about 1/4 way up the side of the roast. I also nixed the butter and cornstarch in favor of a little Wondra flour/water slurry for the gravy. The spices were perfect, and adding water to the pan beforehand made gravy a cinch--it needed no extra salt or stock, just a little thickener. The onions added so much flavor. Perfect!! (I did strain the solids and fat out of the drippings before reducing for gravy). Since my meat was bigger, it took about 4 hours to cook. But it was delicious, and I will most certainly make this again!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 4, 2010
Kolaches From the Bread Machine
This was a great find! We had guests for dinner, and I used this recipe to make both bread rolls (as suggested by pp) and kolaches...drizzled a confectioner's sugar icing over the kolaches, which were filled with a mixed berry compote. The kolaches tasted great even when I overbaked them! (oops) :) My kids devoured them. Very versatile dough, great flavor, and very easy to make!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 4, 2010

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