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Reviewed Beef with Snow Peas
"It was really good, but a bit salty if you do not eat it with rice. I think I will use a low sodium soy the next time. I didn't have sherry, so I used a little white wine and mirin. The ingredients cook very fast as described. Delicious and a great time saver. It took longer to prep than cook."
Reviewed Roasted Tomato Basil Soup
"This was delicious. The changes I made to this recipe is that I added 2-3 teaspoons of sugar to the tomato mixture during the forty minute simmering time as the plum tomatoes were not sweet enough as it is winter. You will basically have to do this based on your taste and the season of your tomatoes. After it was done simmering, I used my Vitami"
Reviewed Turkey Lasagna
"Delicious. I have made this twice and always has great response from my guests. However I used more like 3/4 lb of noodles, not 1/2 lb. I also used twice the ricotta with the recommended goat cheese mixture as 15 ounces was not sufficient to fill the 9 by 12 pan. Also made additional sauce- about 3 extra cups for my 9 by 12 pan. "
Reviewed Beef Bourguignon
"I made this for dinner this evening, and I must say that the cooking time is not sufficient. I cooked mine for 2.5-3 hours, much longer than the 1.25 hours stated in the recipe and it was not enough. I would recommend cooking this for more like 4-5 hours. Also, I would recommend using two pounds of carrots instead of one pound. I also microwaved m"
Reviewed Old-Fashioned Apple Crisp
"Everyone loved this and was amazingly simple. So much better than apple pie and so much easier. I will be making this again. Also great with Granny Smith apples. I used about 5-6 medium apples, not 5 pounds and put it in a large 9 by 13 Pyrex baking dish with the full amount of all the other ingredients-so it came out great with half the apples."