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    These are recipes I've found here on RecipeZaar that look really interesting and sound tasty, but have received low reviews for whatever reason. I think these recipes deserve another chance at a good review!
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    My SIL makes this fabulous recipe every Christmas, it is divine. I've made it a few times and always get asked for the recipe. It is SOOOOOO GOOD, you won't be disappointed.

    Recipe #104584

    We made these at our "Fish ID" class at Culinary Communion, served alongside the Chiptole Chile Glazed Salmon, and clams, mussels, and other wonderful foods. The fritters were my favorite recipe of the evening! :) Posted with permission.

    Recipe #120987

    Deep fried scones like the kind in restaurants. Very good.

    Recipe #12627

    1 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    Pork pairs well with the sweet tartness of fruit, especially cherries. Here, fresh cherries add fullness of flavor and texture to a savory white wine sauce slightly thickened with a bit of tangy Dijon mustard. If you can't find fresh cherries, dried will do, making this recipe a favorite for any season.

    Recipe #118685

    This is my favorite salmon recipe, I found it in my Cooking Light magazine...*delicious*!

    Recipe #91041

    This molasses-flavored bread is a New England classic and is typically served with Boston baked beans. It is steamed rather than baked, and should come out quite moist. I've always made it in coffee cans, but if you don't have any available, use 1-quart molds.

    Recipe #90592

    I used to make this on the stove over very low heat, but since I got a crockpot, I use that. This is good served over white or brown rice.

    Recipe #93907

    Delicious, warm, and rich, this dish is easy to prepare. I consider it a comfort food. It travels well, too, so is good for taking along to a friend's house or potlucks.

    Recipe #106829

    tastes a little different than plain slaw

    Recipe #96905

    1 Reviews |  By Zenster

    Vegetables with citrus mayonnaise.

    Recipe #8548

    My kids gobble these up, which is great because they normally won't eat asparagus! This is a great way to get such a healthy veggie into your life!

    Recipe #97987

    From "The Galt Cookbook", published in 1898. I have adapted it slightly, by adding quantities and instructions. To my complete surprise these remind me a little of "Lo Bak Go", (Dim Sum popular at Chinese new years.) The good ladies of Galt are no doubt rolling in their graves, but I serve these with a good whack of chile-garlic sauce 'cause that's how I like my Lo Bak Go too. These are not the sort of thing to make from scratch, but from the leftovers of a ham-and-potato meal. They are easiest to mix if the potatoes are still warm, so set them on to poach as you clean up after dinner. Then, they can be fried up when you want them. Keep cakes wrapped in the fridge until ready to fry. They will keep for a couple days, so you don't have to fry all of them at once. I should also note that I use an unsalted smoked ham, so you may wish to reduce or eliminate the salt if your ham is salted.

    Recipe #67421

    I came up with this recipe as a result of becoming vegan, and no longer being able to eat mirin chicken with my Japanese friends. The glaze takes on a dark brown color, and coats the fried tofu very nicely. You may want to make extra sauce to serve over rice.

    Recipe #110543

    This recipe was originally named Caribbean Jerk Chicken. However it's not a true jerk chicken recipe. With the help of Toni who was kind enough to help me we have come up with a more appropriate name. Hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #2047

    Scalloped potatoes with something different... a crunchy topping and mild thyme flavor. Found this on TexasCooking Online. Delicious!

    Recipe #92130

    Recipe #70345

    5 Reviews |  By ejnei

    I originally had this wonderful souffle at a wedding luncheon 36 years ago and have been making it ever since.

    Recipe #19571

    4 Reviews |  By winkki

    Buttery cheese biscuits from Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. :o)

    Recipe #94564

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