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Nikita


Nikita
 
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Valentines Day Breakfast
About this Cook
Hello, I am a young mom who is obsessed with finding new recipes and food presentation. I would one day like to own my own catering company who specializes in special event/ holiday themed foods. (not just treats)
My favorite things to cook
I love to cook themed foods, I guess the saying "Don't play with your food" just didn't stick :) I have made cream cheese penguins from this site, Christmas tree pull aparts, valentines day pancakes,and am always looking for more fun recipes to add to my photo collection.
My cooking tragedies
*once i thought i could fry fish in olive oil :/ Yuck. threw them out *accidentally adding too much garlic. there is such thing as too much. LOL *shrimp= they get rubbery quick
Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Ground Turkey Casserole
So after reading the ingredients, and some of the reviews i decided that this was Almost the kind of dish i was going for, but i spruced it up. Oh ya, and i rarely ever measure so I put aprox. for anyone wanting to recreate this. so heres what i used: 1.25 package of lean ground turkey meat frozen peas (almost whole bag) can of corn celery (not sure how much) yellow sweet onion cream of mushroom soup cheddar cheese (about 2 cups) Mozzarella (sprinkled) bag of herb seasoned stuffing mix a little milk large wide egg noodles 2 cloves garlic + sprinkles of powdered garlic basically i browned the meat with a little garlic and season all, ( i caramelized the onion and celery separate with olive oil and 2 cloves garlic) in a seperate dish, i added aprox. 8 oz of sour cream, almost 8 oz of cream cheese, some cheddar, a can of cream of mushroom soup (actually i added that later when i realized the mixture was too dry) and some corn and thawed peas. next i stirred in the meat, onions and celery. (the celery really made the dish so add lots) I didnt want the tomato sauce, or the sugar so i left that out. this was great

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 20, 2010
Home Style Macaroni and Cheese
SO GOOD!!! I've tried before to make a good mac n cheese at home without using the radio active, flourescent color fake cheese mix that comes in the kraft box. THis was the only time I actually got it right!!! The bread crumbs totally made this dish for me! Oh, and we added slices of the big smoked sausage we had left over from breakfast and called it "NOT SO GHETTO-Mac n cheese with hotdogs" LOL> It was like a classier version of the old kid's classic. :) Thanks

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 19, 2010
 
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