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Joined Date: Feb 02, 2009
"Delicious, especially with the Tilapia Foil Packets. The squeeze of lemon was a great addition. "
Reviewed Tilapia Foil Packets
"Fabulous recipe. Happened to have everything on hand; the only adjustment I made was to scale back on the olive oil, 1 tsp per piece of fish. My 3 year old proclaimed it was the best fish he's ever eaten. My 20 month old didn't leave even a scrap behind. Served with a couscous harvest grain blend. YUM!"
Reviewed Chinese Chicken Salad
"LOVE this recipe! As an alternate way to serve it, once the salad is dressed I've tossed it in a crock pot to warm and then come meal time served it over brown rice. It would also be fabulous served in a lettuce wrap. So good! ""
Reviewed Sassy Wonton Tacos
"LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this recipe! I've made these tacos for two separate get togethers, and they fly off the table. I most recently made it as one of the appetizers for our progressive Christmas party dinner. I made two batches of them and when I brought out the second batch people were actually hoarding around me waiting to get a hot sassy taco! ""
Reviewed Thai Chicken Soup
"We adore this recipe. So easy to make, and tasted just like the coconut chicken curry soup from our little Thai restaurant in town. We made this recipe for a pot luck party a few weeks back and everyone raved about how good it was. I added extra green curry paste to make it a bit more spicy...but be careful, a little extra green curry paste goes a long way and adds quite a bit of extra heat. We buy our green curry paste from a small locally owned Asian grocery store who ships it in from Thailand, as opposed to the stuff in a jar you can get at most stores. The authentic curry paste is much more spicy.
Reviewed Garam Masala-Chocolate Gingerbread
"Garam masala is a spice we use in our house often since my husband was born and raised in Nepal. My husband and I both noticed how the peppery notes of the garam masala kind of sneak up on you at the end but is not overwhelming. The cookie does have a warm spicy feel to it that you don't get from other gingerbread cookies.
I tried both the royal icing and the chocolate glaze. I have to say I wasn't a fan of either. I tweaked one of KPNJ's suggestions and added 1 TBSP of lime juice to the royal icing. The lime juice gave the icing a beautiful shine so that when it dried it didn't look so pastey. I had my husband taste test three cookies, a plain royal icing, a plain chocolate glaze, and a royal icing with the lime juice added to it. Hands down he liked the lime icing the best. All in all a good cookie and a great way to spotlight an Indian/Nepalese spice.