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Easy Swedish Meatball Sauce
I made this tonight. Have a bigger family so basically I just doubled all ingredients. It was too peppery so then I added a little bit more Soy sauce to add a little bit more salty flavor. The sauce was easy to make but once I the the frozen meatballs in in took quite a bit more time to get the sauce and meatballs all hot enough to serve. So I would say unless you defrost your meatballs first expect it to take longer than 5 min. I served this over noodles. I was excited about it. I would say I enjoyed it very much. However, my family did not. They said it smelled horrible and turned their noses. Apparently, it was the Rosemary they did not like. Since that is the only thing that really had an aroma. Oh well. So if Rosemary is not your thing, either don't use it or use much less than I did. Like I said before I doubled the whole recipe.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 31, 2013
Spinach and Artichoke Dip
I made this for New Years Eve it was a hit! I doubled the recepie for 12. I added about 4 cloves of minced garlic, and use only one jar of parmesean cheese. Came out so good none of us could keep our hand off of it. Absolutelyrecommend this! Great and yummy yummy!!! Will make again for sure!!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 1, 2011
Country Fried Steak and Milk Gravy
This really tastes good, however I made some changes that really had my husband and son licking their lips!I salt and pepper the meat but that was all. Fry the meat in a stick of butter instead of lard. The flavor of butter adds a wonderful taste. I did after the meat is a nice brown color I left some of the grease and browned some onion. Then came the flour, sprinkle flour in frying pan with the onions and grease.With a fork quickly whisk the flour, onion, and grease mixture tilla crumbley brown stage. While you are whisking slowly pour in hot water...keep whiskinguntil all flour is smoothed out. Now let the gravey start to cook. You will notice it start to bubble. Keep whisking once every 20 sec. or so until you get the right consistacy. If too thick add water, if to thin add flour. Salt and pepper to taste. Now por that on youe cubesteak and watch your family lik their lips baby! Yummy onion/grease gravy for the meat. Try over white rice or mashed potatoes too. It is soooo good.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 3, 2007

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