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"A wonderfully tasteful recipe I will make again. Cut the recipe back a tad as there are only 2 of us. Added 1 tsp fennel seed slightly crushed into skillet when frying onion & vegetables. Left out the peppers and added a pinch of pepper flakes. Added a rib of celery. Used a whole fennel - no need to remove heart. It is tender and sweet. If you hav ..."
8 days ago on FoodNetwork.com
"Modified recipe to reduce sodium - 2 Tbsp low sodium light miso and 2 Tbsp reduced sodium soy sauce. Also added the juice of 1/4 a small lime and 1/4 tsp Chinese 5 Spice (just because I like the taste. Try for overnight marination.
Used one half a chicken cut up into smaller pieces. Took about 45 minutes to bring the larger pieces up to 165 degre ..."
May 8, 2013 on Cooking Channel
"My wife loved this. She normally cannot eat Jambalaya because of the hot pepper, which I left out.
Modified recipe by addding just the tinyest pinch of red pepper flakes,4 small tomatillos for the green pepper as I was out of them. Instead of pre-cooked rice I used 1/2 cup of raw brown rice. Since I left out the cayenne pepper, I used 2 tsp. orege ..."
May 7, 2013 on Cooking Channel
"Very tasty and easy to make. Nice soft mashed potato texture. Served in a melted butter sauce. The finely chopped porcini mushrooms made a nice color contrast. Make sure after hydrating that you chop finely as large chunks would make it difficult for the rolls to stay together.
Jim in So Calif"
Dec 13, 2012 on Cooking Channel
"This is the wrong photo for the monkfish dish. This was a steamed whole sea bass cooked first in a steamer and finished in the wok. It was the first dish cooked for the show. The recipe for this dish is not given - only the photo.
Jim in So Calif"
Dec 10, 2012 on Cooking Channel
"Just great! Don't worry about removing the tomato seeds. If too many, they will wash out in the boiling cooking water making the noodles look more rustic and handmade.
Roasted the tomatoes and used one cup semolina, 1 cup all-pupose flour, 1 egg, 1 Tbsp olive oil, and a little salt to make pasta. Let rest an hour in plastic wrap.
Used a contou ..."
Dec 14, 2011 on Cooking Channel
"This is a wonderful simple yet elegant finish to any meal. Used a couple of tiny key limes and the juice from half of one of them for a little more "bite". I also grated in about 1/4 to 1/3 tsp of fresh ginger into the dessert.
I served this with a small scoop of high end vanilla ice cream. Wow! What a wonderful taste!
One warning! Make t ..."
Nov 29, 2011 on Cooking Channel
"Wanted it a little more healthy, so first I trimmed recipe down to 5 ounces short grain brown rice, 2 ounces of barley, and 2 ounces of long grain white rice. It did not produce enough starch so I added a couple of tablespoons of dehydrated potatoes. That worked perfect.
One bunch of fresh spinach run through the food processor with a little of th ..."
Nov 18, 2011 on Cooking Channel
"Tasty and so low in fat. My wife loved it.
Added about 1/4 tsp.coriander seeds with the cumin seeds that I fried in the pan with the onions (broke them up with a mortar and pestle.
Added a half red bell pepper but left out the red pepper flakes (my wife can't eat and added some fresh ground black pepper.
Used home canned chicken broth to cook ..."
Nov 14, 2011 on Cooking Channel
"Maybe it is a regional thing, but if you live in So Calif you are looking for Jamaica or Hibiscus flowers. They are available everywhere under that name. Have live here for 60 years and NEVER heard it called sorrel. There are bulk bins at Mexican Market since we have no Spanish markets in Calif that I have ever seen. I think on the show that Bobby ..."
Aug 16, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com