Newport Coast, California
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"I think this is an excellent recipe for teriyaki. I only added the zest and juice of one orange; and added in 2 tablespoons of hoisin sauce. The sauce thickened up beautifully in about 40 minutes. Keep in mind it gets more viscous when cooled, so do not over thicken it! This would be good on chicken too, I think!"
"I made this crostata for my husband last, and he loved it. In fact he could not believe that I had actually made the crust! My crostata was larger than Giada;s, but I added 5 more minutes of baking time. She gave additional tips on the show that she did not add into the recipe- for example, grating fresh parmesano-reggiano over the crust and th"
"The scone itself was good, but I had to add about 5-7 more tablespoons of cream. It was too dry. But, after adding the additional cream, the texture was light, airy, and I loved the chopped pecans. BUT the frosting RUINED the scones. What the heck is that sweet, sticky frosting doing on any pastry? It was awful. I ruined perfectly good scones with"
"This was the best roast chicken I have ever made. I usually stick with Thomas Keller's roast chicken recipe, but this won that battle hands down. I respect Michael Symon so much as a chef, and trust his recipes. The salsa verde was so delicious and added some kick and freshness to the chicken. Made the smashed potatoes with the chipotle aioli to g"
"These were pretty good. Very one-dimensional, however. I think that the beef portion needs a bit more complexity. I will add some cumin and some chopped tomatoes next time. Overall, a pretty good dish. It was so very, very easy, something had to give. I served mine dry, like a traditional burrito. I do not like the halfway wet-halfway dry. You eit"
"This was surprisingly delicious. I was pretty skeptical, but it was really good. The only thing was that the bacon did not crisp up. This was fine for me,a s I like my bacon a bit chewy, but that is a no-no for my husband. On the plus side, I got all his bacon. I used a pretty thin-cut bacon, so I am not sure what to do about the bacon failing to "
"This was pretty simple, elegant, and delicious. I made the saffron mayonnaise earlier during the day, and just cooked the mussels just before serving. It is not the most flavorful, but if the mussels are fresh and delicious, this recipe doesn't mask the taste."
"This was so light and delicious for breakfast. I know it wasn't totally healthy because of the cheese, but it was really delicious. You don't even miss the bacon or sausage with this hearty vegetarian breakfast! It was a hit with my meat-loving husband too. the polenta really adds the heartiness for a warm, comforting breakfast on a cool, crisp mo"
"This was the best sandwich I ever made, ate, and had! This wasn't hard, but it does take longer than your traditional sandwich. But is it ever worth it. The flavor of the caramelized onions with the porter beer was phenomenal. It is a must try!"
"Pretty good. Mine curdled a bit so I had to strain it. I would actually always strain pudding before putting it in the fridge to set. Kind of an extra insurance to prevent any lumps. Also, I made a simple whipped cream to go on it: 1 cup of heavy whipping cream, and 3 tablespoons of superfine sugar. "
"While this casserole was a bit different, the chicken and andouille sold it initially because my husband loves anything slightly resounding from Louisiana. This recipe was a huge surprise hit- my husband loved it. I agree with the previous reviewers that the bread crumbs did not add anything in the end. In fact, it made the top texture a bit gra"
"This was a zero stars recipe, as it was incorrect. The program forced me to at least put one star, but it deserves none. I used up all my expensive cocoa powder for this ridiculous recipe with the egregious typo regarding the buttermilk. "
"Excellent! This was the best cookie recipe! I did not add nuts so that my 20 month old son can have them (choking hazard. It was delicious. I used half semi-sweet and half milk chocolate chunks and it was great. I am an experienced baker/cook but am cursed in cookies! Thanks for breaking the curse!"
"I love Anne Burrell and her recipes are always consistently delicious. That being said, I had a hard time with the scone dough. I would have given Anne's recipe the usual 5 stars, but the dough was hard to get together. I had to add more liquid (cream to the mixture, as it was too crumbly to shape into a dough. I added almost twice the amount "
"This was good, but the brine needed to be a bit more flavorful. I brined it for about an hour. For the best pork chop recipe, I prefer Anne Burrell. The grapes were a good substitute for sauteed apples with the pork, however and much easier than sauteing apples in a separate pan. "
"The meatball recipe is a good base. It does not have a great depth of flavor, so I added a teaspoon of crushed red pepper, a tablespoon of worcheshire, and an additional half teaspoon of salt. In addition, I used half plain and half italian breadcrumbs, with an addition two tablespoons more to absorb some of the moisture of the mix. If you use "
"I usually really like Tyler's recipes, but this one missed the mark. Like him, I enjoy a lasagna bolognese with a layer of ricotta cheese, but this bolognese was just ho-hum. It was easier than most lasagna bolognese recipes, however. The best large, full blown, knock you out of the park lasagna recipe is Emeril's Manly Man Lasagna. It is sign"
"This was a good basic recipe that was easy to make. There was no need to use a cast itron skillet- any searing pan will do. The sauce was simple, but it seemed to be a bit too salty, and I felt like it needed a little something more. Overall, and easy and good recipe. ""
"This was an easy and delicious recipe that can be made with basic pantry items. It was slightly too sweet for me, so I would either add some darker chocolate along with the 60% bittersweet. Maybe add half 60% and half 70% or so. I added a pinch of salt, some vanilla extract, and some dried coffee granules to the batter. It was wonderful. I love""
"This was delicious, simple, and elegant. I was never a huge cauliflower fan, as I never had it growing up, but I am a huge fan of cauliflower now! It was so delicious. I did not really eat the garlic cloves, as they tended to burn from the high roasting temperature. It did perfume the cauliflower with a nice garlic aroma, however, so I will contin""
"This was a deliciously light-as-air lemon dessert that was extremely satisfying. It is hard to not have chocolate as a dessert, but this was refreshing. I gave the recipe four stars because it is different from her recipe on the show, where she added 1/8 teaspoon of cream of tartar after whipping the egg whites to soft peaks. In addition, the rec""
"This was delicious. The dressing was really original, and was extremely flavorful, if a bit sweet. I would lessen the honey to the dressing to maybe 1- 1 1/2 teaspoons. The salad itself was good, the radicchio added a nice bitterness to the salad, to offset the sweet dressing. I added candied walnuts and gorgonzola, as I like those flavors with th""
"This was delicious. I have been looking for a hot chocolate recipe that is not too sweet, and this recipe was it. The rum in the hot chocolate was amazing, although I did add three more tablespoons, and an additional teaspoon of brown sugar. The brown sugar added a depth to the drink, as opposed to plain white sugar. The cinnamon stick was also a""
"This recipe has too much salt in it. The feta cheese is salty by itself, and with two teaspoons of salt, that is just too much. Half the amount of feta, increase the amount of spinach, and reduce the amount of salt to 1- 1 1/2 teaspoons.""
"This was a deliciously roasted bird, but I think the stuffing needed a bit more flavor. Maybe using less bread would have worked better. I will try this recipe again, but next time, I will add some more chorizo, or perhaps andouille sausge in addition to the chorizo. ""
"This recipe is so simple and delicious! What an easy side dish to any meal. The only suggestion I would have is not to salt the breadcrumb crust. The parmesan adds plenty of saltiness, and the generous sprinkling on top of the zuchinni itself is enough seasoning. Excellent.""
"This was a good basic recipe that was easy to make. There was no ned to use a cast itron skillet- any searing pan will do. The sauce was simple, but it seemed to be a bit too salty, and I felt like it needed a little something more. Overall, and easy and good recipe. ""