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Joined Date: Apr 19, 2010
Reviewed Chicken Salad
"As indicated by a previous reviewer, WAY TOO SALTY with the 2 teaspoons of kosher salt. It does mention adding to taste, which may have been part of my mistake in adding the 2 teaspoons right off the bat. I added pecans, cherry craisins, and golden raisins to mine for a variation. Overall, I like the recipe a lot.
Reviewed The Lady's Chicken Noodle Soup
"Wow! What an awesome tasting soup! I will make this again and again. Not too time consuming, considering you're making your own stock. I followed her recipe exactly, except for adding a little more egg noodles. Don't skip the parmesan and the heavy cream...it really gives a wonderful flavor. Thank you, Paula!
Reviewed Pat and Gina's Oven Fried Chicken
"The chicken was very juicy, even the white meat. I doubled the spices as some reviewers suggested because I like chicken spicy, but caution against adding more smoked paprika, because that seemed to totally dominate the flavor over all the other ingredients. The panko coating wasn't as crunchy as I'd like it, perhaps that was my error (?). I sprayed the chicken pieces with the olive oil cooking spray as indicated. I would make this again. It is a healthy alternative to deep frying. I would like to try it with boneless chicken, too. Thanks, Pat and Gina.
Reviewed Curried Chicken Salad
"I really liked the finished product. It does have to stay in the fridge for a few hours as indicated. I tried to eat it before then, and the flavors did not gel yet. I wanted some sweetness in this balance, which I thought the raisins would give. The raisins didn't do it. Funny thing is, I should have tasted the darned raisins first...they had no taste! So, perhaps it was my ingredient! I will try cranberries or craisins next time as some of the reviewers suggested. Also, I only used 2 tablespoons of the curry powder, and that seemed to be plenty without it being overpowering. Thank you, Ina.