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In_Greensboro_NC rated and reviewed the recipe Chicken BLT Wraps with Aioli
Chicken BLT Wraps with Aioli
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"I used this recipe as a baseline, as I love aioli. I think everything tastes better with it. (I am not going to argue about aioli like many have done, or tell you that these look tasty, and I MIGHT make them.) I made these, and they were wonderful. I had everything on hand, but the bacon. So, I omitted that, and added a little onion and avocado. My chicken was shredded, so I used that, so that I would not have to buy more. It was a quick and easy dinner, that is requested time after time. I had forgotten that bacon was in this recipe until tonight, when I was looking up a different recipe. I've never tried it with bacon, but, will soon. Hot peppers, well drained pickled veggies, slaw, grilled fish, etc, all work well as additional add in ideas. The aioli with fish, slaw, cilantro, jalepenos, tomatoes, lettuce, and lime juice (instead of lemon) is Mom's favorite. It does not matter if you use a wrap, flavored wrap, puta bread, or tortilla for this recipe. All work wonderful. As an aside, we favor the flour tortillas over the corn ones. The corn ones can overpower the taste, plus, they crumble easier, and are not good if any drop of liquid hits them. To go Greek, add cucumber, cumin, dill, and feta to the aioli, and let it sit overnight. Then, make the sandwich as instructed, and add more cucumber slices, and a little more feta. Word of caution: I do not like sweet foods, but Miracle Whip was all that my parents' had when I was making it there. The sugar in the Miracle Whip was way too overpowering. I am sticking to mayo!"
Posted on 8/17/2011
In_Greensboro_NC rated and reviewed the recipe Grilled Slow-Cooker Ribs
Grilled Slow-Cooker Ribs
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"Instead of the cola (I can't have the dark dye because I am allergic to it), I used a combination of vinegar, honey, mustard and garlic. Regardless, they came out so wonderful! They were easy to make (I bought those crock-pot liner bags in the plastic wrap aisle), so clean up was super easy, too. I've made them a half dozen times already, and go back to using NC barbeque slaw (cabbage, vinegar, Texas Pete, ketchup, black pepper, salt, garlic powder) as the primary side dish. That same sauce works well in place of the cola, as well. Please keep these easy to make, easy to clean up, savory dishes coming!"
Posted on 8/17/2011
In_Greensboro_NC rated and reviewed the recipe Grilled Margarita Chicken
Grilled Margarita Chicken
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"This chicken was totally awesome. Being a garlic lover, I did add more garlic, but I would recommend this recipe to anyone, and everyone! To do it faster, I used two packages of boneless, skinless, chicken thighs. A true culinary delight."
Posted on 6/19/2010
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Posted 8/17/2011 1:35:39 AM REPORT ABUSE
Chicken BLT Wraps with Aioli
Chicken BLT Wraps with Aioli
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I used this recipe as a baseline, as I love aioli. I think everything tastes better with it. (I am not going to argue about aioli like many have done, or tell you that these look tasty, and I MIGHT make them.) I made these, and they were wonderful. I had everything on hand, but the bacon. So, I omitted that, and added a little onion and avocado. My chicken was shredded, so I used that, so that I would not have to buy more. It was a quick and easy dinner, that is requested time after time. I had forgotten that bacon was in this recipe until tonight, when I was looking up a different recipe. I've never tried it with bacon, but, will soon. Hot peppers, well drained pickled veggies, slaw, grilled fish, etc, all work well as additional add in ideas. The aioli with fish, slaw, cilantro, jalepenos, tomatoes, lettuce, and lime juice (instead of lemon) is Mom's favorite. It does not matter if you use a wrap, flavored wrap, puta bread, or tortilla for this recipe. All work wonderful. As an aside, we favor the flour tortillas over the corn ones. The corn ones can overpower the taste, plus, they crumble easier, and are not good if any drop of liquid hits them. To go Greek, add cucumber, cumin, dill, and feta to the aioli, and let it sit overnight. Then, make the sandwich as instructed, and add more cucumber slices, and a little more feta. Word of caution: I do not like sweet foods, but Miracle Whip was all that my parents' had when I was making it there. The sugar in the Miracle Whip was way too overpowering. I am sticking to mayo!
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Posted 8/17/2011 1:11:13 AM REPORT ABUSE
Grilled Slow-Cooker Ribs
Grilled Slow-Cooker Ribs
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Instead of the cola (I can't have the dark dye because I am allergic to it), I used a combination of vinegar, honey, mustard and garlic. Regardless, they came out so wonderful! They were easy to make (I bought those crock-pot liner bags in the plastic wrap aisle), so clean up was super easy, too. I've made them a half dozen times already, and go back to using NC barbeque slaw (cabbage, vinegar, Texas Pete, ketchup, black pepper, salt, garlic powder) as the primary side dish. That same sauce works well in place of the cola, as well. Please keep these easy to make, easy to clean up, savory dishes coming!
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Posted 6/19/2010 5:01:07 PM REPORT ABUSE
Grilled Margarita Chicken
Grilled Margarita Chicken
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This chicken was totally awesome. Being a garlic lover, I did add more garlic, but I would recommend this recipe to anyone, and everyone! To do it faster, I used two packages of boneless, skinless, chicken thighs. A true culinary delight.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
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