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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Sweet Restaurant Slaw
WOW! This was good! I substituted the salad dressing and the oil for 1 cup of Mayo. I also didn't have any onions on hand, so I left that out and I didn't have any poppy seeds but used black pepper instead. My hubby couldn't stop eating it and my 11 year old said it was much better than any coleslaw she had ever eaten at any restaurant.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 7, 2009
Cheesy Chicken and Rice Casserole
This is good with all the changes made. After reading reviews I changed the following: -cooked the chicken in skillet adding little garlic salt and pepper for flavoring -Use 2 cans of soup, one cream of chicken and one cheese soup -Use 4 slices of bread and butter both sides before cubing -Add 1-2 cups of broccoli (cooked or frozen not raw) -Increase cheese to 3 cups with 1/2 in the mixture and other half on top of the bread cubes.

8 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 11, 2009
Simple Hamburger Stroganoff
After reading the reviews I changed the following: - Used 2 lbs of ground beef - Used 3/4 of the cream cheese (so 6 ounces) - While browning the ground beef, added garlic salt, pepper and chopped onions (I have dried chopped onions) - After the beef was drained, I added ALL the ingredients (except the sour cream) to the beef and mixed well, then mixed that with the noodles. - I let everybody put their own sour cream on their own portion This was a hit! My husband loved it and ate some more later into the night.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 11, 2009

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