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"If you don't want to heat up the kitchen using the oven, nuke your corn. For two good sized ears of yellow corn 6 minutes on high works. Only cooking one ear? 3 minutes."
"This made very nice scalloped potatoes. I cut the recipe in half because there are only two of us, so maybe I messed up with the liquid because they weren't quite as creamy as we like, or maybe I should have used a waxier potato than the russets I used. Also, I don't have onion salt so I used onion powder, and then when the light finally went of..."
"This was delicious. I used a Vidalia onion, because that's what I had in the house. I was a bit skeptical about 4 large cloves of garlic, but this came out with a lovely, delicate flavor. After the onions and garlic were cooked and I added the broth I "buzzed" it with my immersion blender to make a smoother sauce, and then cooked it down before..."
"Wonderful! With my little ice cream maker it came out the consistency of soft serve, but a trip to the freezer tightened it up. Delicious flavor of fresh berries. We'll definitely be making this when strawberries are in season."
"Absolutely delicious! I used slightly larger tomatoes, about the size of golf balls, and got 24 filled. I omitted the cheese, because it's not part of a BLT to me. DH is already planning on buying the tomatoes and bacon for the next batch!"
"Absolutely delicious! I've made this using both bone-in and boneless leg of lamb and it's fabulous. It made the perfect Easter dinner with tiny new red potatoes and asparagus with hollandaise sauce. As an added bonus we have enough leftovers to make lamb curry. A wonderful, wonderful recipe!"
"Delicious! I'll never cook "plain" baked potatoes again. To go with grilled steaks I used just olive oil, salt, pepper and onion powder. DH loved these, and he's a connoisseur of potato skins! Thanks for posting this recipe."
"Made this for dinner this evening, and DH and I both loved it. I used cranberry sauce I made the night before, and Granny Smith apples, and served it with whipped sweet potatoes and lima beans. I had gotten a large loin of pork and DH asked "you didn't cut the rest of that up for chops, did you?" A great smile came when I said there were 2 more..."
"I wish I could award more stars. I've used Shake n' Bake for years to put a quick meal on the table, and this takes a simple piece of chicken up to a whole different level.I made this last night at the end of a fairly busy, harried day. I made it for just the 2 of us, and used an 8x8 square baking pan which worked perfectly. I "guesstimated" ..."