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Reviewed Parmesan-Crusted Pork Chops
"Mine came out perfect! But..I think it's because I didn't use olive oil. I read the reviews before hand and decided to use an oil with a higher smoke point. I used Canola oil. I kept it on a medium heat and used thin cuts of pork rather than thick and they came out juicy, tender, and with a perfect crunchy crust. I also pan-fried one at a time ""
Reviewed Chicken Salad
"I have finally found a chicken salad recipe that is a keeper. It is very tasy and easy to make. I added dill instead of tarragon, and added salt and pepper to taste. I never add the amount on the recipe because I am not a huge fan of putting a bunch of salt in all at once. I slowly add until I like it. When I poached the chicken, I added a co""
Reviewed Kheema: Indian Ground Beef with Peas
"Great flavor, super easy for a simple weeknight meal. My only advice is before you add the water, see how juicy your tomatoes are. I feel as though I purchsed the juicest tomatoes that day so I really didn't have to add any water. Definitely putting this one in the recipe box. Thanks Aarti.""
"by the way.. saying "chai tea" just translates to "tea tea" :P"
"Spot on! Tastes just like my grandmas from southern India. Love it :)"
"'Tannercb' - Did you not add baking powder?...maybe that would help? I followed the recipe exactly as well and wow!....these were just heaven. My husband and I couldn't keep our hands off of them. I usually hate lemony desserts, but these have changed me..yumm!! :)