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Recipe Reviews 8 reviews
Brown Sugar Smokies
These are really good! I've had an extra package of lil smokies in my freezer for the last month, but didn't know what to do with them. I added some smoked paprika to the brown sugar for a bit of a different flavor, and then I drizzled them with maple syrup halfway through cooking. I served them for dinner sprinkled with crushed red pepper. The maple syrup/bacon pan drippings made a really yummy sauce to drizzle over them. I may even make these again for brunch, but using breakfast sausages instead of smokies.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 28, 2012
Naan
This recipe gets 3 stars...for now. Most naan recipes I've looked at online call for baking soda. I made this one ONLY because I was clean out of baking soda. The bread tasted fairly good, but it did not bubble and rise like traditional naan, and instead cooked into something that resembled a very dense pancake. My husband has served in Afghanistan and ate a lot of traditional flat bread while there, and basically said that this recipe hardly even resembled naan. I'm going to experiment with it a bit and see if adding baking soda helps with the textural problems. As is, it's still a fairly good, edible flat bread and I can think of a million uses for it, but it's no Indian naan.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 24, 2012
Simple White Cake
This cake did not work. I followed the directions exactly as written, NO modifications. By the time the inside was cooked, the outside was way over cooked. And the rest of the cake was dry and had the consistency/taste of cornbread. Reading through the reviews, a lot of people are making modifications to add more milk, decrease oven temperature, beat the eggs for a specific length of time, etc. THAT is the kind of thing that needs to be explained in the recipe. If reviewers are having to make modifications to the ingredients in order to make their cakes work, I don't think that counts as a successful recipe. I did end up eating the cake (after drowning it in frosting to cut out the dryness), but I don't think I will make it again.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 6, 2012
 
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