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"Excellent light and fluffy. I worried about 1T of baking powder thought maybe it was a misprint but that is probably what makes them so fluffy. I let the batter sit for about 15 minutes while I prepared other parts of the breakfast. This may have helped the baking powder work. I also substituted blueberries since I was able to pick some fresh ones"
Reviewed Roasted Asparagus
"So easy and yummy. Great way to enjoy asparagus without the need for hollandaise sauce. I lowered the temp to 375 and only cooked for 20 minutes. Depending on how thick your spears are, you need to adjust the time. Mine were medium and this was perfect. Unless you have the really fat ones, I recommend you set the timer for 18 minutes to start. You"
"Excellent! I took some advise from a previous rating and added shitakes to the bok choy cooking them first then adding the bok choy. I cooked salmon cakes and bok choy in separate pans so they would be done together. Also tried the sweet chili sauce on the salmon cakes and left the soy/oyster sauce for the bok choy. Excellent! Served with the But"
"Excellent flavors....I used this on grilled Mahi Mahi. Will use again and again."
Reviewed Roasted Brussels Sprouts
"Baking is a great way to go with brussel sprouts, but I found 30 minutes long enough. I added 2 slices of chopped bacon, cut the sprout in half and baked them. Before serving I drizzled them with Balsamic syrup ( vinegar cooked down) and a little parmesan. Was very good. BTW I always thought I hated brussel sprouts."
Reviewed Ginger-Soy Carrot Soup
"Excellent soup, although I did not put the egg on top. This makes a nice light soup with lots of unique flavor. I used ponzu instead of tamari and only about 2 T. Becareful with that and chicken broth, salt is already pretty high, so taste before adding any extra salt. Will definitely be making it again."
Reviewed Roasted Pears with Blue Cheese
"Excellent but rich salad. Watch the cooking time. If the pears are ripe they don't need a full 30 minutes, more like 20-22. This is a keeper for special occaisions or when pears are plentiful. Could easily be served without the arugula. "
"Very good and easy side. You need time to do it right so the onions are nicely carmelized. Even my 5 year old grandson thought it was good."