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    KateL's Reviews -- the Book

    Contains 94% of recipes I reviewed. If you cannot find your desired search term in this book, please try a search on my main review page. If you find one of the recipes in the missing 6%, and zmail me which one, I'll make one of YOUR recipes.
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    14 Reviews |  By Tish

    I love the restaurant Chicken with Sausage and peppers with pasta. This is a fast version of my recipe that basically takes all day!

    Recipe #49802

    From Diners, Drive-ins and Dives on Food Network.

    Recipe #509998

    The aroma while this is cooking is heavenly! I use my pressure cooker for this, but the recipe is the original one calling for that tried and true Dutch oven. The recipe came from one of those "America's Best" from several years ago.

    Recipe #66847

    adapted from king arthurs flour site and kt made blog if you dont want to add sugar honey or real maple syrup works well also

    Recipe #512615

    An easy mix recipe using spices found in your cupboard!

    Recipe #33875

    6 Reviews |  By lazyme

    From Grace Young, "The Best of Thailand: A Cookbook".

    Recipe #493322

    5 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This chili is quick, easy, and not too hot. It is great for a middle-of-the-week family dinner served with sliced sourdough bread and salad. It originally was printed in Bon Appetit (December 1983) as a request for the chili served at Grandma's Saloon & Deli in Duluth, Minnesota.

    Recipe #36734

    After much testing, I've found this is the best way to get nice, crispy fries! Since DS thinks fries are a nutritional necessity, I really needed to find the best-tasting way to make these. When money is tight, I have substituted vegetable/canola oil without a major difference in taste, but the peanut oil is best. Prep time does not include soaking time.

    Recipe #433154

    1 Reviews |  By duonyte

    From a blog called The Bite House. I need to remember to pick up a bottle of dry hard cider next time I'm out and about. The picture on the blog looks particularly appealing. I think this would be delicious with potatoes, rice, barley and a green vegetable. The recipe was rewritten slightly for clarity. Update: I used four chicken thighs, and pretty much all the sauce ingredients and did not cook anywhere as long.

    Recipe #490798

    1 Reviews |  By duonyte

    I don't own a pressure cooker, but this recipe tempts me to get one. From "Pressure Cooking for Every Occasion" by Fagor America (2005) and published in my local paper. A 6 qt capacity cooker is required. The cooking time is for the cake served warm - it wll take longer to cool and chill, as is more customary with cheesecake.

    Recipe #513202

    I tweaked this recipe from several recipes at the bbc; zaar 6.

    Recipe #426091

    I present you with an Italian-approved risotto pressure cooker recipe. The rice comes out creamy and delicious just like the original - faster, and without all that stirring and baby-sitting. From the Hip Pressure Cooking website, with permission.

    Recipe #444921

    I thought it was time to revisit on old-fashioned cooking method: Pan Frying. Is it time to bring it back? Go into any of the wonderful family-style restaurants in the South and order a pan-fried pork chop, and you are served a thing of beauty. For some reason, this no-fuss, easy method has fallen out of favor with home cooks (maybe because most recipes are so vague..."Season pork chop, cook in frying oil until done".) Follow my instructions and you will yield a beautifully browned, moist chop...serve with Macaroni & Cheese and some greens, and you will have a fast, old-fashioned weeknight supper.:)

    Recipe #422866

    2 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From Hueys Kitchen. I saw him make this today and thought it to be a simple and refreshing salad. Allow 1 minute for cooking, massaging the salad.

    Recipe #463416

    In this recipe, the peas are cooked in broth, then flavors are added with the additional ingredients. From the Italian Heritage Association cookbook.

    Recipe #481383

    Yummy Asian pancakes and a delicious dipping sauce of sesame oil, sugar and soy sauce. My mother used to make these for me when I was a little girl. I recently found this recipe in the October 2009 Food Network Magazine. Prep time includes chill time.

    Recipe #393900

    I was told this was My dad's Grandma's recipe for a sweet, moist cornbread likely to become your favorite!!

    Recipe #503887

    5 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Recipe source: Bon Appetit (January 2009)

    Recipe #394706

    From Top Secret Recipes www.topsecretrecipes.com. "This recipe is practically identical to the one Kraft uses for their Shake'n Bake bread coating. The only difference you'll find is that the real Shake'n Bake contains beet powder - a hard to find ingredient that gives the mix a dark orange tint. It doesn't do much for the flavor however, so it's been left out of the recipe. Try it and you'll swear it's the same thing."

    Recipe #111637

    From Epicurious...Sofrito, a sautéed vegetable mixture that typically contains garlic, onion, and bell pepper, is used as a seasoning in much of Latin America and the Caribbean. Here, it flavors yellow rice. The color comes from annatto seeds—which have an astringent, slightly peppery flavor—heated in oil until bright red-orange.

    Recipe #503019

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