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Reviewed Spicy Turkey Meatballs and Spaghetti
"Excellent meatballs! I halved the recipe as it is two of us and we didn't want to eat this all week and even though there is still some left over the hubby is already asking me when I will be making this again. The addition of breadcrumbs with milk really keep these meatballs from getting dense and tough like hockey pucks, which is what happens "
Reviewed Salmon Baked in Foil
"This recipe is good, but I like her other salmon with lemon, capers and rosemary much better. Worth making once."
Reviewed Cajun Chicken Pasta
"It took much longer than 10 minutes to prep but was well worth the effort. We loved this and will be making it regularly. I used penne pasta as I don't like fettuccine and very glad I did. The sauce clung to it inside and out. This recipe lends itself well to seafood as well. Thank You Ree!"
Reviewed Pink Lemonade Layer Cake
"I made this recipe as stated except I made a sheet cake instead. It made a nice summertime cake and I can see why one viewer used it as a wedding cake. We liked it and did not find it too sweet. I will make it again but experiment with trying to use the concentrate as a substitute for the water and leave out the powder. I still prefer Paula's Red"
"This is a good recipe but can be made better with the omission of salt. I made it with no extra salt, not even in the boiling water for the shells. I substituted spinach for the peas. This my husband said made it a 5 star, but not as written. The blend of the three cheese made it for me."
"I have made this twice now. First time per recipe(less salt as I saw the video and she uses a pinch). I felt there was too much couscous so the second time I used one cup of couscous and 1 1/2 cup of broth. Much better. It increased the ratio of pasta to veggies that I like. I also used the same ratio on Giada's other couscous recipe with cippolin""
"I found this to be okay, not as great as I hoped. The dressing was bland and 8 ozs of coucous is plenty, not one pound. I found this same recipe on the web and others called for 8 ozs as well. Giada's Israeli Cousous recipes are better, in my opinion. I won't be making this again. Too time consuming for the end product.""
Reviewed Salmon Cakes
"THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THIS RECIPE ARE INCORRECT; could be the reason some viewers had with cakes falling apart. Ina said in the show to add "One tablespoon of butter and one tablespoon of olive oil" to saute the vegetables, not two as written. She also left the crusts on the bread, not removed as written. Plus she used regular Old Bay, never said "C"