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Old-Fashioned Pancakes
AWESOME!!!! Added a few tbs of sour cream to milk along with a dash of vinegar to "buttermilk" things up. Have also made exactly as Chef John instructs. This recipe is a hit. During the Calgary Stampede & Exhibition pancakes are a staple and this recipe more than fits the bill. Thanks Chef John!!!!! AAA+++

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Reviewed On: Jul. 13, 2014
Jeera (Cumin) Rice
It was just YUMMY. The only changes/additions I made was instead of water I used chicken broth and tossed in a handful of frozen peas. It was tastey. I used it as a side dish to BBQ spare ribs and steamed carrots. I love cumin so this was really flavorful. I will make it often.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 6, 2014
Carrot Rice Nut Burger
Made a double batch it made 28 patties. Made them thin 1/2" so they heat all the way through and are toasted nicely on the outside. I ground the nuts to a "meal" consistency for better binding so burgers do not fall apart in fry pan. No need for any eggs. Chopped the carrots and onions very finely. Substituted 1 cup of rice for 1x19oz. can of chick peas also ground finely. Substituted olive oil with healthier and tastier organic virgin coconut oil. Once all ingredients were mixed together it seemed a bit dry so I added a 1/4 cup almond milk. The consistency was just like a ground beef or turkey mixture perfect for making into patties. I did add salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, dill weed, and cumin. I mashed and mixed with my hands ensuring all ingredients were well distributed. After forming into patties I separated them with wax paper and into Ziplock bag two at a time great for grabbing and making a quick lunch or dinner and into the freezer. After a half hour in freezer I fried them slowly at medium heat in coconut oil. They are a huge hit in my house...so tasty...absolutely no crumbling...perfect healthy yummy snack. We do not eat them as hamburger substitute....we love them alone or in a pita very felafel-like. Great recipe!!!!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 28, 2011

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