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    3 Reviews |  By Scoutie

    This is soooo good! I have made this 3 or 4 times now, so have adjusted it to our liking. I use 1 lb. of shrimp instead of the 1/2 lb, and green onion instead of the shallots. You can use green cabbage or Bok Choy instead of the Napa cabbage if you can't find it. Use your imagination, I have added diced red pepper, bean sprouts (at the end for some crunch.) If snap peas or snow peas are in season, I use them instead of the peas. I think some chopped cashews on top instead of the peanuts would be good as well. This is from Food Network, Tyler Florence. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #394140

    This meat is tender, delicious and spicy! I'm sure this meat could also be cooked in a crock-pot if you didn't want to "babysit" it on the stove.

    Recipe #255069

    From Tyler Florence's cookbook, Tyler's Ultimate. He claims this is the best potato salad he's ever made. I made half the amount of dressing indicated and still had plenty.

    Recipe #222549

    I get raves over this version of guacamole!

    Recipe #176668

    10 Reviews |  By Manami

    Courtesy of Tyler Florence from Tyler's Ultimate. These looked and sounded so good that I posted this for all to share. June 10/2009 - we keep on making these and here are some of the ideas. We grilled the onions instead of caramelizing them on the stove, added Dijon mustard to the herbed mayo & added it with the scallions & chopped-up parsley & also, added Cheddar both white & sharp (added a nice kick)!

    Recipe #173585

    5 Reviews |  By Marie

    I saw this on Food Network today and it looks awesome! Two of the bananas are creamed and two are mashed chunky and folded in to give some texture. For an even greater treat, toast the slices of banana bread and dust with confectioners' sugar just before serving.

    Recipe #139082

    This is the ULTIMATE New York Cheesecake. This one is just heavenly!

    Recipe #129612

    I made these last week and loved their juicy texture. Despite the involved directions, I added a few timesavers and didn't find them any more difficult than regular meatballs (mixed in my Kitchen Aid). They freeze great. I put leftover frozen ones in crockpot with jarred gravy and cream of mushroom soup. Note: I've never made the lingonberry sauce but mix a can of cream of Mushroom soup with a half can milk for a creamy sauce.

    Recipe #106605

    This is a GREAT make ahead gravy, even a day ahead! There is an error in the directions tho. I watched the show and after he was done roasting the wing and vegetables, he added the flour and stock and then added the turkey wing back in before simmering for about 15 minutes more. This gravy warms up beautifully, and is an extreme crowd pleaser and EASY. From Tyler Florence at Food Network. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #399745

    This recipe was found on This is the first chili dog sauce that I have tried. I found it a little sweet (as a lot of the reviewers stated) and had to tweak it. I think it is due to using ketchup as it has a lot of sugar. I added an additional teaspoon of chili powder, three dashes of Worcestershire sauce, a 1/4 teaspoon of red chili flakes and approximately 1 teaspoon of hot sauce. The weird thing was that I couldn't taste it much once on a bun with a BBQ wiener. Is it my taste buds? In the pan, it was tasty :D

    Recipe #381192

    From _Tyler's Ultimate_ episode "Ultimate Lamb Shanks".

    Recipe #368073

    From _Tyler's Ultimate_ episode "Ultimate Beef Stroganoff." This is the meal his wife Tolan makes for him whenever he returns from traveling.

    Recipe #368028

    From _Tyler's Ultimate_ episode "Ultimate Lamb Shanks".

    Recipe #368024

    Adapted from a recipe by Tyler Florence in _Stirring the Pot_, as published at Original recipe calls for brioche; I put the challah first to get reasonable nutritional information (brioche is not in the database).

    Recipe #364226

    From "Tyler's Ultimate," episode "Ultimate Indian Dinner." Fresh curry leaves (or frozen) may be found in Indian, Pakistani or Asian markets. Use fresh, rather than dried, bay leaves if you can find them. Serve with basmati rice; add salt and a couple of thick slices of fresh ginger to the water while steaming the rice for added flavor.

    Recipe #354963

    From "Tyler's Ultimate," episode "Ultimate Indian Dinner."

    Recipe #354962

    Tyler Florence's recipe for chicken and spinach samosas. From "Tyler's Ultimate," episode "Ultimate Indian Dinner." Madras is definitely the preferred style of curry powder, and you need pure ground chili pepper, not chili powder (which is usually blended with oregano, garlic, onion and salt).

    Recipe #354961

    I made this last year for Thanksgiving, my very first was absolutely amazing and made me look super impressive! I am making it again this year too. My husband said I had too, LOL! I found this recipe on the Food Network in 2007. The key to my turkey last year, however, was I Brined it with Recipe#13961 and finished it using this recipe and even made Caramelized Onion and Cornbread Stuffing as a Dressing, which goes along with this Turkey. Another Tyler Florence ULTIMATE! Note: Cooking time does not include the step of Brining it the night before if you choose to do so. Enjoy!

    Recipe #339708

    I saw this on an episode of Tyler's Ultimate. Definitely a twist on mashed potatoes - you boil the potatoes in milk/cream instead of water, then use the liquid when mashing. Curious to see if this would work with buttermilk to save some calories. Can't wait to try it!

    Recipe #338134

    From "Tyler's Ultimate," episode "Ultimate Cordon Bleu."

    Recipe #337417

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