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Ground Beef Enchiladas

Reviewed: Jul. 12, 2014
Very good recipe. Stayed as true to the original recipe with what I had on hand. Used about two TBSP on dried mince onions in place of green onions, sour cream in place of yogurt, and only had hard taco shells, so I crumbled them up threw everything together prior to baking. Finally, added about a cup of Cheddar Cheese on top prior to baking. Again, very good recipe. I am really impressed how Cream of Chicken soup compliments a beef dish. Would actually be a great dip also. With the meat in it, I am sure it would be a "main" dip dish that could satisfy a hungry crowd at a party. I love spicy food and while not extremely spicy, it suited my tastes. May put more diced jalapenos in it next time. It will be fun to experiment with this dish. Definitely a keeper.
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Never Fail Biscuits

Reviewed: Dec. 10, 2011
Very easy and good biscuits. Nice sweetness to them.
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Sausage Pasta

Reviewed: Jun. 13, 2010
Very good, easy, and quick meal. I did not have spicy Italian sausage so I used mild and then added ground cayenne pepper. I also quarter sausage during cooking. Like another reviewer, I thought it lacked salt and added to taste (I used low sodium broth). Finally, I added about 1/2 tsp of Italian seasoning to pot and crushed red pepper to my plate to give it more of a zip. These additions completed the spice compliment for me. I may try cream in the future with parmesan to create a bit of an alfredo as a variant to this recipe. A keeper which can be modified/varied according to taste, both during cooking and just prior to serving.
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Ham Fried Rice

Reviewed: Jun. 6, 2010
This is a great base recipe for fried rice and is a real keeper. Adding frozen peas and carrots is a great way to put some vegetables into this dish. Adding some green onions or onion powder (3/4 tsp) will also add flavor. If you like a bit more warmth and aroma, double the ginger. Adding a TSP of butter while warming the rice mixture will add some richness and will help all dried spices blend better. Instead of ham, I use spam just because I have that sitting around more than a ham. If you have low-sodium soy sauce, you may need to add some salt at the end. Like I said, this is a great base recipe which can be added to/varied depending on your tastes. A definite keeper and can be done real quick if you have left over white rice in the frig.
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Restaurant-Style Buffalo Chicken Wings

Reviewed: May 29, 2010
This is a great recipe for not only chicken wings, but also for many other kinds of battered meats/fish. Letting the wings (meat/fish) sit in flour for 90 minutes ensures the flour sticks to the meat/fish and fries up nicely. While I put most in hot sauce after deep frying, the "plain" ones were great also. I am sure adding BBQ sauce would work great also. I am anxious to try this battering technique on other items like catfish or country fried steak.
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Bacon Risotto

Reviewed: May 13, 2010
Great risotto. I substituted chicken flavored rice-a-roni and therefore used the 2 TBSP of butter with the rice-a-roni. I sauted the onion/garlic in bacon once it was mostly done. The salty bacon taste really blended well with the sweetness of the onion and the parmesan. All and all a great basic recipe.
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