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"This recipe was very time consuming. I thought the egg caused the filling to be an unusual texture, and IMHO the filling lacked in flavor ~ maybe a bit of salt would make it less bland? I have filling left and will try doctoring it up a bit tomorrow, and will edit my review if the flavor improves! Tagged for Best of 2013 game."
"I added 1 teaspoon vital wheat gluten, and the bread had a tender inside crumb and a nice crust outside. Next time I'll reduce the cinnamon to 1/2 teaspoon to allow more of the orange to shine through. I really liked the chocolate and orange together. I believe this would be equally good with finely chopped pecans instead of the wheat germ..."
"Because shrimp cooks so quickly, and to ensure it did not overcook, I let the sauce thicken before adding the shrimp! Tagged on 02/01 for the Best of 2013 game, due 03/01/2014 with extension."
"Great flavor combination! I made the pizza with hot sausage, and took Breezermom's advice and added the arugula the last few minutes of baking. Tagged for Best of 2013 on 02/10, due 02/24/14."
"So easy and flavorful! Loved the bite of the horseradish and the crunch of the chives. My fillets were perfectly cooked in 18 minutes. Tagged for Best of 2013 on 02/01/14 due 02/15/14 ~ extension until 03/01/14."
"Quick and easy, and quite tasty! I thought the smoked paprika was a nice addition to the sauce. I used mini bow tie pasta, and added shrimp. Tagged for Best of 2013 on 01/23, due 02/06/14."
"Moist and flavorful. I used light olive oil, the zest of two lemons, and no extracts in the loaf, and used 1/2 teaspoon orange extract, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract and two tablespoons lemon juice in the glaze. My loaf baked for 40 minutes. Tagged for Best of 2013; tagged 01/24 and due 02/07/14."
"Very good! I did change up the cooking method! I toasted my sesame seeds in a hot skillet, then removed them to a small bowl. Into that same skillet I rough-tore my spinach, added the soy sauce/sugar mixture, upped the heat and plopped on a lid. After a couple of minutes, I removed the lid and sauted the spinach for another 2-3 minutes, then a..."
"Very flavorful, pretty, and easy! I made the full sauce recipe, but with one pound of Tilapia. I roasted the Tilapia covered, in my oven at 425F for 8 minutes, while I prepared the sauce on the stove top. My seasoning salt contained red pepper flakes, but I added a bit more! Tagged in memory of Zurie's DH, January 2014."