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"Colossal failure. The dough mixed up nicely in my food processor, and had great flavor, but the balls disintegrated in my hot oil, even without me touching them. SOOO disappointed. Any ideas what I did wrong? Followed directions and used fresh baking powder, although waited a few hours to actually fry them. Maybe that was the problem."
Apr 12, 2013 on Food.com
"Excellent comfort food. Think I could use low-fat items and really not sacrifice taste at all. I added 1/2 cup of frozen corn and peas - thawed in warm water and drained - for more of a chicken pot pie taste. I just drizzled the sauce over the top of the rolls."
Jan 17, 2013 on Food.com
"Wow, wow, wow!! What an excellent way to use the fresh Chard from my garden! Think it would be a great holiday side dish. Thanks!!"
Dec 8, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Spicy Thai Chicken With Basil
"Tasty, light and simple! I made as stated, except used ~1Tbsp red pepper flake instead of fresh Serrano, since I did not have one. Plenty of bite. I doubled the sauce (water, soy sauce & brown sugar) as suggested, but think I'll even triple it next time since I served over cooked soba noodles. Thanks for sharing!!"
Nov 25, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Scott's Dry Pork and Rib Rub
"A great blend of flavors! Warning... makes ALOT of rub. I used only half the recipe and had too much for a 3lb pork loin. Next time I'll use only 1/4 of the recipe. Roasted a pork center cut loin in my convection oven 375 degrees F until the internal temp of meat was 175 degrees F ($6 digital thermometer from IKEA is a lifesaver!!). Meat had a..."
Nov 12, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Butternut Squash Soup
"Yum!!! So many different flavors all combined together. I made it just as directed, with just a little extra chicken broth. Left out the ground red pepper since not a big spicy fan - the black pepper was plenty! Next time though, going to use the pre-cut butternut squash bagged in the produce section - peeling and cutting the squash was a pain ..."
Nov 3, 2012 on Food.com
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Reviewed Tortellini Tomato Spinach Soup
"This was very tasty & a great way to use up some fresh tomatoes that were getting soft!! I used Orecchiata pasta, instead of tortellini, with similar flavors. Thanks!!"
Oct 21, 2012 on Food.com