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Black Bean Vegetable Soup

Reviewed: Sep. 1, 2009
VERY good black bean soup!!! Here are my suggestions after trying a few times: Add 2-3 chopped celery stalks with the onion and garlic, add extra garlic, puree carrots with the black bean/tomato puree (if you don't like cooked carrots), add a couple beef bouillion cubes (I used vegetable broth but added the cubes for extra flavor, if this dish doesn't HAVE to be vegetarian),I also used the can of corn with peppers in it, AND add some tabasco sauce if you want some kick! I served with shredded mozz cheese and mini mexican cornbread muffins I made... DELICIOUS!!!
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Marshmallow Chocolate Chip Pie

Reviewed: Jul. 1, 2009
Everyone loved it! I used chocolate chips to grate them in the mixture, and got tired of grating after a while so I put a handful on top with the cracker crumbs which looked pretty. It would be good with chocolate syrup drizzled on top too.
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Kielbasa Stew

Reviewed: Jun. 29, 2009
Very good, loved the sweet tomato taste. I browned the kielbasa first, then threw everything in the crockpot. I added potatoes and a can of fire roasted tomatoes too (makes everything taste better!) Omitted the salt from reviews and let my family add salt as they pleased to their own bowl. Needs a couple more cups of cabbage, I didn't know I would like cabbage so much but this dish made me want more and more cabbage so 3 cups didn't last as long as the rest of the stew. I used some other seasonings too, just whatever feels right. I didn't stir the sour cream in, just put garnished bowls with it. Or shredded cheese. Serve with garlic bread!! Yummy!
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Mexican Style Shredded Pork

Reviewed: Jun. 25, 2009
This was sooo good. I had country style boneless pork ribs and a couple pork chops on hand so I just used those and shredded them at at the end. I put together a mix of flour, lil s&p, cumin and chili powder to dredge the pork in, before putting it in the crock pot to thicken up the juices. I added an onion, and instead of water I used beef broth and a couple dashes of worcestershire, along with cumin, chili powder, s&p, and some italian seasoning. Oh and I roasted a pablano and a jalapeno to throw in there with the green chiles. Served in tortillas with shredded cabbage, salsa, sour cream, and cheese... Awesome!
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Three Pepper Pilaf

Reviewed: Jun. 22, 2009
I got so many compliments on this! We finished it off in no time it was so good! I use brown rice which I cooked in chickn broth or stock, boiled chicken breast in chicken stock/ broth (sometimes I use the leftover stock from boiling the chicken to cook the rice in so we don't waste anything!), and instead of the tomatoes I use a can of fire-roasted diced tomatoes cause I had it on hand. (I think that was what made it really good.) I also added a couple diced jalapenos cause I like it hot! Garnish with cheese, or sour cream, or AVACADO! MMMM! Thank you for this dish!
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Restaurant-Style Tequila Lime Chicken

Reviewed: Apr. 21, 2009
I use to work at a certain restaurant, lets call it Applebees, and if this recipe is referring to the FIESTA lime chicken, then the Mexi-Ranch is just salsa and ranch mixed together! Really, if we ran out of mexi-Ranch, we just mixed the ranch and salsa together! You have to get salsa that tastes like theirs though. I love this sauce and is why I started working there! lol In fact, they also have some good avacado-ranch and other good ranches on occasion, and its something you can do at home very simply! Good recipe, but is way too complicated!
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Cornbread Sausage Casserole

Reviewed: Feb. 19, 2009
I got this recipe a couple years ago and have made it about a hundred times... just figured I would give a review with kudos! I have altered it a little to our tastes, we like it spicy! First, I hate jiffy (too sweet) so I can find a Texas Style brand bag at my WalMart but any of the other 6oz bags work. I use 3 or 4 because I make it in a 13"x9" pan (my hubby likes LOTS of leftovers for work). So i had to tweak the cornbread/water/cream style corn ratio. You don't want to much tho, or the cornbread is too overpowering. I use spicy sausage, lots of pepper jack cheese, mexican style cornbread in a bag, and as many jalapenos to completely cover. I do have to bake longer than specified, depending on what part of the country I'm in its anywhere from 10-25 min longer! Check it every 8 min after the time it should be done. If people are scared of spicy, leave off the jalapenos on half. I serve with sour cream, a lil extra sprinkled cheese, and a cold beer to extinguish the burn!
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