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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Colleen's Potato Crescent Rolls
Extremely Versatile! These turned out exactly as I imagined they would...only better! I agree with other reviewers that you have to watch them a bit, but as ovens vary it's always good to keep an eye on a new addition to the family recipe box. I use these instead of refrigerated dough as it is unavailable where I live. This will come out perfectly whether you are using it for Pigs 'n a Blanket or for Cinnamon Rolls. This, like any good pie crust recipe, is a wonderful canvas for the create cook's imagination. It isn't as much work as it seems, and is well worth the effort.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 20, 2007
Chili Seasoning Mix I
This worked perfectly for me. I'm in a location where I can't find pre-packaged Chili Seasoning Mixes and this did the trick! I found the amounts to be a good start and allowed me to feel more confident in altering the flavors of the chili I was making. I made extra, placing in little jars and gave it to the people who attended the gathering, with a list of suggested uses. It was a big hit.

19 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 20, 2007
Prune and Olive Chicken
I doubled everything, except the chicken. Used boneless, skinless chicken breasts. While chicken breasts tend to be dry, this recipe solves the problem. I chopped the olives and the prunes so the sauce would be a bit more uniform and more flavor would be infused in the sauce. I served with rice, which is why I made so much extra sauce - to soak up into the rice and share the goodness. Don't be afraid to serve this at a dinner party or special event without trying it before (we know we all do it) While you may get a few who snub their noses, I suggest you encourage them to try it before telling them what's in it.

109 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 29, 2005

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