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Recipe Reviews 22 reviews
Easy Butternut Squash Ravioli
Like others, I made a lot of changes to adjust for what I had on hand. The result was fabulous (as I imagine the original recipe is)! I used acorn squash and used goat cheese instead of mascarpone. I increased the squash:cheese ratio a bit since the goat cheese has such a strong tang and could easily overpower the mix. It was delicious! I recommend adding the egg last so you can taste and adjust as needed beforehand. I also made a cream sauce, starting with the butter and smashed garlic, adding a little wine, and then adding half and half. I have also found the secret to any good italian cream sauce is a couple of dashes of nutmeg. You won't be disappointed! Finally, adding a little oil to the boiling water will help prevent the raviolis from sticking together and to the pan. This is certainly a keeper!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 3, 2015
Yellow Squash Patties
I followed the recipe, but the mixture was simply too wet for a good result. I ended up adding almost a cup of panko just to get it to the consistency that it would fry in the pan. The onion especially did not dry at all. I also cooked them for much longer than 3 minutes on each side - probably closer to 7 minutes on each side. I would recommend adding a little oil after each batch to help the next batch get crispy. My last batch turned out perfect after I made all the tweaks - they were tasty at least!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 17, 2014
Authentic Huevos Rancheros
Fabulous! I actually used my bacon pan to cook everything: I first fried the bacon and then fried the tortilla in the grease. I had made some homemade refried beans, so I mashed those in a little grease next. Then I cooked the egg in the same pan after that. I also added green chiles and a half chipotle pepper in adobo, diced on the top with the bacon. I was very happy with the result!

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Reviewed On: May 6, 2014

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