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Danyle

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Recent Reviews


Re:Egg Drop Soup with Crab, Baby Corn, and Peas

Fast and easy.


Posted: 10:18 pm on July 30th 2017

Re:Fresh Herb and Salt-Rubbed Roasted Turkey

This is a wonderful recipe and I will be adapting it for chicken to cook for weekend meals.Changes I made: I had a 13.7# fresh turkey. I love to brine and am very experienced in dry and wet methods. I dropped the 2oz of kosher salt to 1/4 cup kosher salt. I did not use fresh herbs but dry instead, cutting the amount to half called for in the recipe. I did crush the herbs before mixing with the salt. In the end, I used a little more than 2 Tbls of the herb/salt mixture following the recipe method. I followed the four day brine method in the recipe. Today, Thanksgiving, I stuffed the turkey with bread, onion, celery, thyme and celery seed but did not add salt. Rubbed the bird with butter and roasted at 325f for 3.5 hours. Everyone loved it, even my son who doesn't care for turkey at all. I also used my meat stock that does not have any added salt cutting down the saltiness. If using canned broth try to find one with little or no salt.


Posted: 11:25 pm on November 22nd 2012

Re:Crabmeat Empanadas with Grilled Corn Salsa & Poblano Cream Sauce

I made this recipe last night. The poblano sauce and grilled corn salsa are a must-have addition to the empanadas. Combined, they are the flavor boost needed for this dish. I used frozen corn and grilled it using a Le Creuset grill pan, then I blistered the poblano's using the same pan. While slightly labor intensive, the end result was worth the effort. I will make this again.


Posted: 01:42 pm on January 23rd 2012

Re:Potatoes Boulangère

My family really enjoyed this potato dish. I make my own chicken broth but in a pinch I would use the low salt canned chicken broth.I am often picking up kids for different school sports in the late afternoon so I need a dish that can be in the oven for a few extra minutes without destroying the dish. Because of this need, I lowered the oven temperature and kept it covered for thirty minutes, allowing me time to pick up my kids and come home and then uncovered it for twenty five minutes. It looked beautiful and tasted terrific. Another for my favorites.


Posted: 02:16 pm on August 26th 2011

Re:Turkey Croquettes with Mixed Greens and Cranberry Vinaigrette

I just made this for dinner tonight using turkey and chicken thigh meat. I did the grinding of the raw meats using my Kitchen Aid and because of this I skipped the bechamel sauce since I felt that they would hold together nicely without it. These croquettes were easy and tasty. Because I was using raw meat instead of cooked, I placed the croquettes that I had browned stovetop into a 400'f oven to finish them off while I continued browning the rest. My kids liked them so this recipe is in my favorites.


Posted: 09:15 pm on August 16th 2011

Re:Turkey Croquettes with Mixed Greens and Cranberry Vinaigrette

I just made this for dinner tonight using turkey and chicken thigh meat. I did the grinding of the raw meats using my Kitchen Aid and because of this I skipped the bechamel sauce since I felt that they would hold together nicely without it. These croquettes were easy and tasty. Because I was using raw meat instead of cooked, I placed the croquettes that I had browned stovetop into a 400'f oven to finish them off while I continued browning the rest. My kids liked them so this recipe is in my favorites.


Posted: 09:15 pm on August 16th 2011

Re:Red Onions Stuffed with Grilled Steak, Spinach, and Feta

Absolutely delicious. I have made this many times, creating my own garam masala blend, and it is a big hit with everyone I make for, including a friend that hates onion. She ate all of it.


Posted: 01:00 pm on May 5th 2011