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Reviewed airman anderson's chicken
Tuesday, Feb 4, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
“Excellent sauce! I made oven chicken nuggets (coated with panko) to cut down on the fat in the recipe and doubled (maybe even tripled) the sauce so that I could add some stir-fry broccoli to it. The stormy rice was wonderful as well. The only change I made to the sauce was to add some corn starch mixed in water, since I find it hard to make Asian... ”
Saturday, Dec 7, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
“Time consuming, but TOTALLY worth it!!!! I followed the advice of some other reviewers and doubled the frosting. It took 2-1/2 hours to get it cooked and stirred to perfection, but what I ended up with was liquid gold! If your frosting is runny, you probably need to cook it about 10-15 minutes longer. Didn't use goat's milk, just coconut milk... ”
Reviewed Sesame Chicken
Thursday, Nov 14, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
“Love the recipe as is (though I do make it with broccoli instead of green beans), and I've made it a number of times. Last night I wanted to make some stir-fry vegetables to put over leftover rice, so I used this sauce recipe rather than my usual, and WOW! Tyler's sauce is a fabulous way to dress up a few stir-fried veggies! ”
Tuesday, Nov 5, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
“I think the secret is to cook the milk and flour to mashed potato consistency and to beat the living devil out of the butter and sugar (both before and after adding the milk). Unless you are a glutton for punishment, don't even try this without a stand mixer! Since I had nearly half the recipe left over after having frosted a box red velvet cake,... ”
"These were easy and insanely good! I watched the episode on a Sunday morning and improvised with what I had to make for Sunday night's dinner. Didn't have any ground beef, so I poached some chicken and seasoned with chili powder and cumin. No green onions, so I substituted chopped pickled jalapenos. I loved the sauce, but decided to spice it u"
"This WILL be my new go-to salmon recipe! Even though we're not usually fans of blue cheese, the salad mixture worked out well and complemented the fish very nicely. The whole dinner came together quickly, and we enjoyed it enormously."
"They really are delicious and not at all complicated to make. For some reason the initial rise just didn't happen, but I've learned not to panic over that. They rose slightly when positioned in the muffin tins and came out puffy and light after about 10-12 minutes of baking. I also needed to add a little extra flour to the dough. I like the ga"
"This was a snap to prepare and SO delicious! According to my son, it's even better than Domino's! I did need to add quite a bit more flour when mixing the dough, but the bread turned out perfect, and the cheesy garlic taste was over the top!"
"Just watched her make this appetizer this morning, and it looked so weird, I had to try it. All I had in the house were Ritz crackers, but they worked just fine. Made just three or four of both kinds (I also cut the bacon strips in half) as an experiment, and boy, were they good, especially the brown sugar ones! I wish I knew what to do to rehe"
"This was one of the best dishes I've ever made! I had seen Anne make this on her show and couldn't wait to try it. The only thing I changed was to omit the pancetta from the marinara sauce. The recipe was a little complicated, but totally worth it. Even the leftovers are amazing!
"Outstanding recipe! I used a homemade chocolate graham cracker crust and all dark chocolate chips (no semisweet in my pantry). I also used Kahlua since I had no chocolate liqueur. Glad I checked the Cook's note, or I'd have had NO idea where to find meringue powder. The pie was easy to make and beyond delicious. Can't believe this pie has onl"
"WOW! Quite a nice kick in this recipe! I doubled the sauce ingredients and served it over pasta. The garlic bread was awesome too (even though the only bread we had in the house was a package of hot dog buns)."
"Terrific meatballs! I didn't want softball sized servings, so I made them smaller. They did fall apart while cooking over the stove, but my family didn't seem to mind a bit. When the meatballs came out of the oven with the sauce and cheese over them, they were gobbled up. I do think the sauce recipe needs doubling, as we haven't nearly enough"
"Wickedly good! I cheated and used a hand mixer on the eggs, but they came out smooth and fluffy without wearing out my whisking arm. Although I cut the recipe in half, it still made a week's worth of dessert for the two of us. Way to go, Anne!""
"We really enjoyed this dish, and it wasn't at all difficult to prepare. I did substitute pepperoni for bresaola (whatever the heck that is), and it still came out great. I guess you can fill these with whatever you choose, but do consider including the fresh basil.
"I've been doing this for the last couple of years (chocolate cake with diet Dr. Pepper is my favorite!) and cannot honestly tell the difference in texture between the soda version and the package directions. If you have to have frosting, add a few drops of almond extract to some lite Cool Whip and spread on top. Another great one to try is straw""
"Anne, you never disappoint! I've spent a great deal of time in New Orleans eating jambalaya prepared by family members, and this recipe can hold its own against any I've had! The shrimp stock was a great touch, but I have to admit, as much as I adore spicy food, I did cut down the cayenne by about half, and it was plenty spicy. Can't believe how fast we devoured it!!! (PS: No authentic New Orleans jambalaya is made with a roux!)"
"Wonderful pumpkin bread! Followed one reviewer's advice & used half brown sugar (though cut down by about 1/4 cup) and half Splenda. I also added chopped walnuts--force of habit--and they were most welcome! Finally, the 30-minute baking time MUST have been a misprint. 55 minutes at 350, and my loaves came out perfect.
"Wow, is this ever good! I'm sitting here waiting for my graham cracker crust to cool, and if it doesn't cool off quickly, the filling will be all gone because I can't stop nibbling on it! What an easy, delicious pie, even with Cool Whip substituted for the heavy cream!