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"Worked out great! Thank you, Spatchcock!
I would recommend this recipe to anyone wanting to try making a filled pasta. This recipe was very easy, and the other reviews have great tips as well.
As others have stated the dough was really resilient! I also was able to cut out the circles and then recombine..."
5 days ago on Food.com
"Midnight chocolate craving = solved.
Pretty much like your standard TV Dinner brownie."
May 3, 2013 on Food.com
"Great for tacos, and I used the 3/4 of the recipe I had left to perfectly season a pot of chili :"
Apr 7, 2013 on Food.com
"How have I failed to review this recipe for soooo long?!?! I LOVE this bread, it's not really a sweet bread, so the occasional cherry really is a treat.
Oh, right... I haven't needed to come back to this page in 3 years, because the original printed copy never left my cook book. It's a staple :"
Mar 31, 2013 on Food.com
"I liked them, but the bf did not :("
Jan 19, 2013 on Food.com
"A friend posted a blog with the same general idea, but the author's writing was terrible, so I came to see if I could find it here. Yours is much cuter, I like the idea of shaping it a little more like a bucket :
She did have some good ideas though, and I thought I'd share here for others to benefit from...
This goes great with..."
Jan 18, 2013 on Food.com
"Use a MEAT THERMOMETER to check your chicken is cooked through, especially if you have a thicker chicken breast. To speed up cooking you can also butterfly the breast.
If the outside is done before the inside, you can pop them in the microwave for a few seconds. I raised the internal temp from 170 to 180 degrees in about 45 seconds, c..."
Jan 16, 2013 on Food.com