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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Easy Chicken Gyro
I will be making this again, but I am going to use less oregano next time. The taste of the oregano was kind of overwhelming. I omitted the lemon zest and just added 2 extra tbs of lemon juice. I am also in love with vinegar so I added a extra tbs of that. I marinated the chicken and then cut it into pieces and cooked it in a pan with the left over marinade. I also used a differen sauce receipe but I think im going to make it with sour cream instead of greek yogurt next time. The thickness wasn't an issue, im just not a huge fan of greek yogurt. If you're planning on making left overs, I wouldn't heat the pitas because they are super tough after you brown them and the reheat them. Also, I used green salad mix instead of iceburg. Very yummy.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 21, 2013
'Chinese' Pie
I make this almost weekly. I too am french canadian. My mom always called it shepards pie, and she would melt butter ontop of it. I someimes put cheddar cheese on top of the potatoes.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 4, 2012
American Lasagna
I had never in my life made lasagna before this. I wanted to make it for my boyfriend's birthday dinner. I doubled the amount of sauce, and used 9 noodles. There was quite a bit of extra sauce, but the sauce is amazing, and we used it later in the week on top of some spaghetti. With that sauce I used 1.5 lbs of hamberger and it was just right. Everyone in his family loved it. Lasgna is his mom's favorite and she adored it. His dad said it was th best Lasgna he's ever had, and he wasn't just being nice. I made the suace and layered it in a pan the night before, and cooked it the next day. I cooked it for 20 minutes uncovered, 1 hr covered. It was amazing, and if it didn't take so long, I'd make it all the time.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 22, 2009

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