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Baked Macaroni and Cheese III

Reviewed: Nov. 29, 2008
I have made this three times now, and each time did something different but each time was delicious in different ways! The first time I used Reduced fat Cheddar cheese, Fat free milk instead of evaporated milk, and whole wheat elbows. This was a little bit healthier then the original recipe but still delicious! The second time, I made it for a Work Holiday party and I doubled the Sour Cream mixture and added extra Cheddar Cheese. Then I accidently added "Sweetened Condensed milk" instead of Evaporated. Most of my co-workers loved the sweet twist! I didn't though, I don't like sweet food. Then for Thanksgiving I made it again, used Evaporated milk, Doubled the Cheese, doubled the sour cream mixture, and added extra Seasoned salt, & pepper but only used 3 eggs instead of doubling! This was absoultely delicious and now my family wants this for every get together! One more tip... I always add a layer of bread crumbs to the top along with the parmesan cheese! This makes it crispy and makes it have a great presentation! This is an absolutely delicious dish! Thanks!
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Quick and Easy Home Fries

Reviewed: Nov. 29, 2008
I always loved Home fries, and now I don't have to go to a diner to eat them! I added garlic powder, and onion powder and kept it covered for a little more then 10 minutes, and then to get them crispy I don't turn them often, I let them brown a little and then turn them! It ends up taking 30-35 minutes to actually make them not including prep) but it was so worth it!
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Sorta Salisbury Steak

Reviewed: Nov. 29, 2008
This has become one of the favorite recipes in my house! The only adjustment that I make is adding a packet of Onion soup mix, this gives it a nice taste! I do not have a dutch oven so I fry the beef in a frying pan and then put everything into a baking dish and pour the remaining oil from the frying pan into the baking dish. This is excellent with mashed potatoes, and the meat is so tender that it falls apart when I'm serving it! Absolutely delicious! It also can be adapted into a slow cooker if you don't have the time to stand by the oven, but I prefer it in the oven!
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Baked Salmon II

Reviewed: Nov. 29, 2008
I don't eat Salmon so I needed a simple recipe to make for my boyfriend, and he absoultely loves this recipe! Definitely reccomend marinating in the refrigerator for no less then an hour! My boyfriend always wants his Salmon cooked like this now!
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