Facebook LinkedIn Email Pinterest Twitter Instagram YouTube Icon Navigation Search Icon Main Search Icon Video Play Icon Plus Icon Minus Icon Check Icon Print Icon Note Icon Heart Icon Filled Heart Icon Single Arrow Icon Double Arrow Icon Hamburger Icon TV Icon Close Icon Sorted Hamburger/Search Icon

Solnishko

CT, US
member

Recent Reviews


Re:Thai Steak Salad

I added matchstick shredded carrots for color and it was a hit with the "big" kids and little in the house. I didn't use the seeds and ribs of the jalapeno afraid it would be too spicy but after tasting it I think I could have left them and even added more without worry.


Posted: 10:11 pm on July 3rd 2014

Re:Spicy Pan-Fried Noodles with Tofu

Thumbs up from my kids too (they like spicy). My youngest is turning his nose up at the vegetarian cooking we're doing at the request of our teens, but he had seconds of this. I added fresh sliced mushrooms to the stir fry because they make everything better in my opinion.


Posted: 02:54 pm on June 26th 2014

Re:Basil Pesto

I picked way too much basil and wasn't pleased with the other recipe I tried. The basil wasn't going to keep stuck in water glasses forever but I didn't have time to do the recipe all at once. I blanched four batches of basil for this recipe, wrapped it tightly in plastic wrap (getting air out), and kept it in the fridge for two days. Ran the food processor tonight and it was easy, pretty (very green!), and yummy. Even with the extra step of blanching it was worth it. The pesto stayed bright green and had a great consistency.


Posted: 10:47 pm on September 26th 2012

Re:Crispy Tofu with Sesame Asparagus and Dipping Sauce

Half way through scarfing this down, one of my kids asked when I was going to cook that icky tofu stuff I just bought in the grocery store. They had no idea what they were eating and LOVED it. And it was easy (it will get to be a "quickie" meal after I make it a few times and don't have to keep looking at the recipe). It's going on our "regular" dinner menu. We made it with broccoli because my son is asparagus-averse.


Posted: 04:22 pm on June 8th 2012

Re:Fresh Herb and Salt-Rubbed Roasted Turkey

I was nervous because there were very few drippings and I thought it was going to be dry but it was juicy throughout and not salty. My husband raved that it was the best turkey he ever ate. It did cook pretty quick, so check the temperature of the meat earlier than you think you should.


Posted: 01:53 am on November 26th 2010