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Joined Date: Jul 02, 2005
"followed the recipe as written. turned out ok, though i didn't like having to babysit it for more than an hour. also, the maple flavoring was a bit simple. i modified this recipe using ina garten's as a reference. baked for 30 min at 325, stirring halfway. for the flavoring, used 4 T honey, 2 T maple syrup and 1 T good vanilla. also added 2 "
Reviewed Teriyaki Chicken Thighs
"So fast to prepare, definitely a weeknight keeper. Loved the "charbroiled" taste. The only change I made was adding 2T mirin to the marinade as well as 1T cornstarch. I brought the sauce to a quick boil on the stovetop while the chicken was broiling and spooned over top when serving.
Re: cooking time/broiling, the recipe worked perfectly for m""
"The PERFECT texture for oatmeal cookies -- so moist, crisp on the outside and chewy inside. Not a dry hockey puck in sight! I made large cookies and they spread beautifully while baking. The sea salt plus chocolate chunks are such a great combination! Also tried the recipe as an oatmeal raisin cookie for the kids (without chocolate, salt and n""
Reviewed Sweet and Sour Pork
"This is NOT authentic chinese sweet and sour, but I loved what it is! The Essence is really the secret sauce -- it adds a wonderful heat and flavor to the dish. The sauce was perfect -- not too sweet or cloying. I halved the red pepper flakes which made the dish about medium on the spicy scale. Also added some snap peas to up the veggie quotie""