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Recipe Reviews 16 reviews
Debdoozie's Blue Ribbon Chili
I've been looking for a really good chili recipe for some time and I finally found it! This IS the EASIEST and BEST tasting chili I've made yet!! I followed the recipe except for a few changes, I added diced green pepper with the ground beef and onion. And as many suggested I added one large can of crushed tomatoes instead of tomato sauce. I also added one can of DelMonte diced tomatoes (garlic & onion with the liquid). I did use "Williams Original Chili seasoning" (found it on line), and "Pace" medium salsa. The only thing that wasn't clear to me in this recipe is if I should drain the beans or not. I decided to drain most of the liquid off before adding the beans. This recipe has been added to my favorite, and I will definitely be making it again and again. My search is over THANK YOU Deb!!!!!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 22, 2014
Easy Corned Beef and Cabbage
Ok I need to say that I've never been a fan of corned beef, I use a smoked shoulder for my boiled dinner (no hate comments please). But my honey is always looking for corned beef on St Patrick's day. So this year I decided I'd still make my traditional dinner, AND cook a corned beef in my crock pot. I looked at many of the slow cooker recipes and decided on this one given the ease and the great reviews. I followed the recipe to a T, other than I left out the potato and cabbage (because I was cooking those with my shoulder), I did add the other veggies for flavor, and I used a flat cut of corned beef. I let it cook overnight on low (it prob cooked about 11 hours). This is definitely the way to cook corned beef, it came out very tender and tasty! This recipe was VERY easy to put together, all the ingredients were things I had on hand. Even if you are not a fan of corned beef (as I'm not) but you want to give it a try, I highly recommend this recipe! Thank you Trisheee!! You have (almost) made me a fan of corned beef, and that's not an easy task.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 17, 2014
Sausage Casserole
Just tried this recipe and it is the BEST one I've had yet! Small changes: took other suggestions and used eight eggs, also I used southern style hash brown frozen potatoes because that's all I could find, and added diced green and red peppers (about half a pepper each). I also sauteed the onions and peppers in with cooking the sausage, drained it, then layered on top of the potatoes, then poured the egg/cheese mixture over everything. Thank you for such a good recipe, and thank you to those who said "don't leave out the cottage cheese"! Personally I hate cottage cheese (and prob would have left it out), but after reading so many reviews that warned not to, I decided to go with the recipe. I already plan on making this again for our Christmas morning, to go with my home made cinnamon rolls (also from all recipes: cinnamon rolls 111) they too are the BEST! Thanks again!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 17, 2013

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