Kalinka

Potato Rolls
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this is an amazing recipe!!! Worked perfectly! and even if you have too many after baking, you can put them in the freezer, then warm them up in the microwave or toaster... YUMMMM

Crispy Rosemary Chicken and Fries
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excellent recipe. I actually used chicken breasts, and added fresh mushrooms to the mix... will definitely make again!

Chicken Enchiladas
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I LOVED this recipe, nothing junky in it!! Note to other users, I eliminated the 1/2 c of water on comments that it was too soupy, but when filling the shells, I used a slotted spoon and used the leftover sauce to top the enchiladas when in the pan cutting back on the taco sauce. SO YUMMY! These were a huge hit!

Best Oven Baked French Toast
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this recipe was BEYOND simple. I threw in the apples like a couple people had suggested. It didn't even need syrup!!! Other than that I made the recipe the exact way specified. Definitely amazing. I served it the morning of my brother's wedding when we were all running around trying to get ready. SO EASY!

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Big Soft Ginger Cookies
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Really good ginger cookies. They deliver exactly as promised. Soft, chewy and spicy! Per other reviewers I used orange juice instead of water, and also used butter instead of margarine (because I don't care for margarine). I had no issues with them spreading out while cooking. They were neither too thick or too thin. Definitely a keeper and will be making them again!

Citrus Shortbread Cookies
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If you like shortbread, you will love these! They are meant to be eaten with a cup of coffee or tea! SOOO GOOD! I made no changes to the recipe and loved it, I'll be interested in modifying it next time!

Chocolate Yule Log
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OK! I like to bake, but mostly pies and scones. I am not a huge fan of cake. HOWEVER, with Christmas here, I wanted to try something new to take to my inlaws. I found this recipe and decided to give it a try. It is easier than I thought it would be. However, a few things, my buttercream was far too thick, even after having room temperature butter, and whipping it for a long time. I ended up adding a tablespoon or two of milk to get the right consistency. I would also use the "paddle" on my kitchen aid instead of the whisk, as I felt like I lost too much frosting in the whisk. When I flipped the cake out of the pan and onto the towel, I proceeded the puff powdered sugar all over my kitchen. I'll try a more controlled flip next time, but I was paranoid about doing it quickly. ALSO, the ganache takes A LONG time to thicken up. so when you watch the video and he says he did it while he was waiting for the log to set, that's when I would do it as well. WATCH the video if you haven't made this before, Really helps to give you a visual. Looking forward to serving this christmas eve!