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S.O.P.P.

Reviewed: Oct. 6, 2009
I thought this turned out GREAT! I cooked it in an electric skillet using a little olive oil and butter in the bottom. Cut the potatos into bite size pieces and let them brown in the skillet. Then I added an orange bell peppter (no green ones on hand), some onion, some green onions with the green stems, garlic, and some whole mushrooms I had cut in half. Then we used beef polska kielbasa. I let it heat through. The kids enjoyed the kielbasa and the potatos while we enjoyed the rest!
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Beat and Bake Orange Cake

Reviewed: Dec. 14, 2009
This turned out great! I used 1 TBS orange zest in the cake aling with fresh squeezed orange juice. I did not make the frosting the first time, but when I make it again (for my teachers' gifts) I am going to make the frosting. I baked these in foil mini loaf pans (yielded 3 mini-loaves) for 40 minutes at 350 degrees.
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Best Big, Fat, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie

Reviewed: Jan. 27, 2011
OH MY GOODNESS!! These turned out GREAT! I followed the recipe except that I only used a little more than one cup of chocolate chips. I mixed them up before I cooked dinner, put it in the fridge, then after we were done cleaning up dinner, pulled them out and cooked them. I did not bake large cookies, used the med. Pampered Chef scoop, and cooked for 13 min. They were perfect. They are very sweet, so you probably cold cut down on the brown sugar. But with the smaller cookie it doesn't seem so bad.
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Spicy Garlic Lime Chicken

Reviewed: Sep. 19, 2011
This was AWESOME!! Even my little boys (ages 4 and 6) loved it! I did it a little different. I took fresh garlic and put it in the food processor (actually, I probably used 5 or 6 cloves from a package of already peeled garlic I needed to use up), added a few tablespoons of olive oil, minced that up, added half of a small onion, minced that up, added the salt, black pepper, cayenne pepper, paprika, then added some fresh parsley (about a handful unchopped) and a some fresh thyme I had leftover from another recipe. Haven't a clue how much thyme, just 3 or 4 sprigs, and mixed it all up in a food processor. Then I took chicken breasts, cut them in half (to make 2 thin slices), coated all the chicken with the paste and then cooked them on the skillet. When they were browned and cooked through, I took them out, added 1/2 C or so chicken broth with the lime juice and deglazed the pan. Then added the chicken back in the pan to coat with the glaze and finish cooking. Plated them and poured the glaze over the top. DELISH!! Will be making this a regular at our house!!
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Cheesy Potato and Corn Chowder

Reviewed: Jan. 21, 2012
Wonderful soup on a cold day!!! Easy to make with most of the ingredients already on hand. Omitted the green chilies because that's not really our style. Also use whatever cheese I have in the fridge and some bacon bits (homemade) on top! YUMMY!!
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Linguini with Broccoli and Red Peppers

Reviewed: Apr. 10, 2012
First, I have to say that I did change the recipe up quite a bit, but it was a GREAT base recipe to make your own. I ended up adding fresh mushrooms, an onion sliced up, and vegetarian chicken to it. I used spaghetti noodles, a little more butter and olive oil (probably because I had more "stuff" in it, and doubled the amount of garlic. My pan is not big enough to saute all the veggies at once, so I sauteed the garlic, onion, red pepper, and mushrooms together in the 3 Tbsp olive oil and 1 Tbsp butter till they were mostly cooked but still a little crispy, then used a slotted spoon and moved them into the pot of already cooked and drained pasta. Then to the liquid that was left I added the steamed broccoli and Morning Star chicken and heated through. Added that to the pasta with a little more olive oil and butter and mixed well. My hubby didn't even know it was Morning Star Chicken and not the real thing, and it was so quick to make.
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Pepperoncini Beef

Reviewed: Jan. 1, 2013
I add some sliced onions, and some beef broth to keep the flavors from getting to spicy (never really had that problem, but with little ones i want to make sure). Delish!! I have tried it frozen out of the freezer and thawed and browned, didn't really matter either way. I tend to use whatever garlic I have on hand, powder or fresh just minced up. Making this for dinner tomorrow again, bought an extra large roast and using the leftovers for taco's later in the week!
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