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Asparagus and Mozzarella Stuffed Chicken Breasts

Reviewed: Apr. 30, 2014
I had this chicken dish, sold at Costco Canada last night. It was outstanding! This one didn't have breadcrumbs on it, just Montreal chicken spices, and so I put it into a fry pan with a drop of Olive Oil and a Tablespoon of butter and browned it on all sides. Then, I covered it with a glass lid, set the timer for 20 minutes and it was so juicy and moist. I thought "hey I can make this" and here is the recipe today. I believe that mozzarella melts quickly, but feta would be a better choice.
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The Best Parmesan Chicken Bake

Reviewed: Jul. 20, 2013
I found this absolutely delicious. What could be easier? Yes, mine took 15 minutes longer to cook, but that depends on oven and size of chicken breasts. Hands down, this was a great, easy flavourful dish!
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Almond Macaroons II

Reviewed: Jul. 20, 2013
I made these this morning, and had no problem at all. They taste great, light and airy, and I did put the 3 egg whites into a bowl yesterday and just put them aside until today. Will make them again!
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Jay's Signature Pizza Crust

Reviewed: Jun. 21, 2013
This is delicious and exactly as stated, crispy on the outside, tender on the inside. It didn't even need an hour to rise, I put it outside on my table, covered and with the warmth of the 1st day of summer, it was ready in 40 minutes. Very easy, although I used the dough hooks on my hand mixer to mix it altogether, just a little less messy. You can eat and eat this, you just enjoy it so much, no difficulty chewing whatsoever!
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Taco Pie

Reviewed: Nov. 8, 2012
I made this last night. I made 2 in 9" round pie pans, and I mixed the cheddar with the meat for binding, and added black olives to that as well, and also some plain sauce to the mixture. I used crushed "scoops" for the topping. Loved the taste, will make again, however I am not going to use the crescent bottom, just a large tortilla shell, as my married daughter didn't care for that part, otherwise it was a winner!
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Simply Traditional Lasagna

Reviewed: Mar. 19, 2012
If you opt to make this with no cook noodles, just know they do not freeze well, rather, they just turn to mush. So, you must eat it up within a few days. I made that mistake once, and it's too costly, and too time consuming to use those noodles and freeze them, then not be able to eat it.
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Orange Cake

Reviewed: Jan. 7, 2012
Made this the other day, and it was delicious. I didn't separate anything, all in one bowl, and I beat it with my electric mixer. I did add the orange flavouring rather than the lemon, and also grated orange rind into it. Used vanilla pudding mix - not lemon, and in my glaze, just icing sugar, a drop of orange flavouring and a little water, whisked and drizzled over the cake. Made in a bundt pan. Very delicious, you can hardly leave it alone.
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Quinoa Chili

Reviewed: Dec. 18, 2011
This is better than chili. I made this for my husband, and we love it! Tasty and you know you are getting the protein from the quinoa. I always cook my quinoa in one cube of either vegetable bouillion or chicken. Just a great recipe.
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Caramel Apple Crisp

Reviewed: Dec. 18, 2011
This is outstanding. Easier than anything I've ever made. I use the premade piecrust rolled up in the dairy section, after peeling apples, slice in half, use a melon baller to get out the "guts", then slice those halves into thin slices. Add the caramel, dump them into pie crust, sprinkle with cinnamon, and using a cuisinart to mix the butter - add the oatmeal on its own and stir, pour over pie, bake 400 degrees for 30 minutes and 15 more mins. at 350. Perfect every time and a crowd pleaser.
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Ciabatta Bread

Reviewed: Dec. 17, 2010
I made this bread for a friend's birthday dinner. Everyone was blown away by my "skills", although I did nothing out of the ordinary. I mixed the whole thing in my bread maker. It rose once, then I took it out, divided it in two, didn't play around much with it, just shaped it onto the large cookie sheet and let it rise again, did add the container of water to the oven, and I did spritz every few minutes for 10 mins. total, and this bread was enjoyed and gobbled up. I had a tiny piece left the next day and it was not hard as some breads become, and eating something healthy and knowing what I put into it, is always a plus. Delicious.
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Orange Drop Cookies IV

Reviewed: Dec. 17, 2010
Just made these tonight. Delicious! They took 10 minutes in my oven, and instead of the recipe for the icing, I felt the cookie rich enough as I used butter, so I made a mixture of icing sugar and orange juice and brushed it over each cookie. So good. Great for young children as well.
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Sesame Noodles

Reviewed: Jun. 22, 2010
I have made this recipe several times and it is just delicious. I have begun to stir fry veggies, like carrots, peppers, mushrooms, or any type you wish. Also, I've used shrimp, or chicken cubes, both precooked, and when the whole wheat pasta I used was cooked, I just folded all of the ingredients together and used probably 2 tablespoons of sesame seeds, and you must use the green onions, you have a perfect meal. It's like take-out from your favorite, expensive restaurant. Definitely worthwhile making, takes no time and now that I've read people use less sugar or even Agave, I will give that a shot, along with using less oil. I do not ever buy chili sauce, so I used spicy Salsa, and worked like a charm. You won't be sorry with this Noodle Recipe. Thanks to Scoopnana for a really enjoyable meal!
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Homemade Flour Tortillas

Reviewed: Feb. 8, 2010
It was easy and delicious. I got my grandchildren to help me roll it out, they enjoyed that! So much better than store bought, just a wonderful flavor.
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Quick Gnocchi

Reviewed: Dec. 2, 2009
I made these tonight. They are very very good. I've been making gnocchi for many years, usually ricotta gnocchi, which are no fail, but this is a very close second. Very light, not hard, but beware of the flour amount. I used not even one cup, used the rest of that cup for flouring as I rolled and cut. Great gnocchi is only good with a great sauce.The type of potato flakes I used are Betty Crocker's roasted garlic. Very tasty. I'm going to try other flavours.
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Herbed Beef Tenderloin

Reviewed: Nov. 15, 2009
I rub my beef tenderloin with olive oil, then on waxed paper, I put a generous amount of Montreal Steak Spice. I roll it up into clear wrap and leave overnight if possible, or as many hours as you can leave it. Use a meat probe in your oven, or do it on the barbeque, getting it hot, and turning off all but one element, and again using a probe. It will be perfect!
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Italian Bread Using a Bread Machine

Reviewed: Oct. 24, 2009
I made this tonight. It looks positively perfect. It was simple, did it in the breadmaker, took it out and moulded it into a loaf, sprinkled a parchment papered cookie sheet with corn meal, and placed the dough on top. It rose for about 1-1/2 hrs., I basted it with the eggwash, after I sliced it down the center, and I only made one large loaf. I did cook it for 35 mins., it was hollow sounding, just like the recipe said. I have eaten a slice (couldn't help myself), it is denser than an Italian loaf, but delicious nonetheless. It does soften up when it cools, doesn't stay rock hard on the outside like bakery bought loafs, but all in all, a wonderful replacement for store bought bread, you know how much fat is in it, and really what you are eating. I have had that breadmaker in my basement for a couple of years now, and while wandering through this website today I decided I had time (how easy is this), and so I made it. Just the two of us now, we eat less bread, because I'm not out shopping daily for groceries, so I must try other recipes, preferably ones with grains in them. Just wondering if there is a way to make this recipe into rolls. I may try.
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Veal Stew

Reviewed: Oct. 23, 2009
I've been making this one for years. My "MIL" makes her veal stew like this, also small spareribs are heavenly in this very same way, don't forget the mushrooms, white wine is best, and served over Polenta - to die for!
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Turkey Goulash

Reviewed: Jul. 31, 2009
This is the same goulash my mom made when I was a child. Only differences are that she used ground beef, and instead of noodles, we used rice. It went a long way with 4 children, dad and mom. Still a staple in many homes.
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Yogurt Spinach Dip

Reviewed: May 26, 2009
Amazing that this doesn't have oil in it. I'd say it was comparable to many on the shelves. I too drained the yogurt in a strainer with a coffee filter, for a few hours, added less of the low fat mayo, dry seasonings, baby spinach and we spread it on a baguette and it was just lovely. I chopped that baby spinach in my Cuisinart, so it doesn't look like the pictured recipe, better!
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Cola Pork Chops

Reviewed: Mar. 25, 2009
this is the same recipe we use for those premade meatballs in the crockpot for Christmas or Showers. It works perfectly, and people love it.Just dump the ingredients over top a bagful of premade meatballs in the crockpot and leave on all day. Yummm.
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