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    A lighter version of Chicken Kiev, developed by the executive chef of the Russian Tea Room where the dish is a staple item. Stolen from another website and posted here for convenience. Prep time does not include refrigeration.

    Recipe #352652

    Unbelievably good pastry. These can be made with various combinations of filling, this just happens to be one of my favorites. Feel free to experiment with different kinds of jams, jellies, nuts, cinnamon, etc. The dough reminds me of the jewish bakeries my family frequented when I was a child. Spot on. Recipe stolen from Bon Appetit and posted here for convenience.

    Recipe #345197

    From "Everyday Italian" on the food network. Simple and quick and a nice way to keep pork moist and tasty. I think it would go very nicely with a creamy risotto.

    Recipe #181566

    From the FoodTV show Tyler's Ultimate. I watched him make this the other day and it really looked amazing. The relish really seemed to moisten it and it looked good enough to eat on it's own. Posting for myself, but would love to hear from anyone who's tried it.

    Recipe #168651

    I absolutely love their meatloaf and I found this copycat recipe online. I haven't tried it yet, but I plan to very soon! **Update - ok so I made this last night and I must say it came out pretty good. My wife loved it, she'd probably give it 5 stars, I'd lean more towards the 4 star rating. Also the cook time was off, I think next time I'll cook it at 375 instead of 350, and I recommend a 5-8 minute broil at the end to crisp up the top. Enjoy!

    Recipe #166890

    I was searching for a copycat recipe for the Cheesecake Factory's similar dish and found this. It looks promising so I'm posting it here to get some opinions and to save it for myself.

    Recipe #166889

    We had this at a dinner party last weekend and it was really good. The sauce went well over the mashed potatoes we had, but I think it would be really good over rice as well. Recipe also doubles well for larger parties.

    Recipe #155451


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