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Oven Baked Jambalaya
Wow, this was easily the best jambalaya I've ever made. It was easy, too. I did vary the steps in the recipe a bit. I did everything through adding the rice exactly as written, but didn't add the protein yet. I covered the pan tightly with foil and baked for around an hour and a half. Before serving, I browned the sliced sausage (I used turkey kielbasa because that's what was in the freezer and I'm not sure my kids would eat andouille), sauteed the spice-dusted shrimp (used the Creole spice mix), and sauteed the chicken (leftover rotisserie chicken from the supermarket). Added all the meat/shrimp, stirred well, and threw it back in the oven to keep warm. It was really tasty, but not muddy-tasting, and not too spicy (I toned it down the cayenne a tiny bit for my family). The rice cooked perfectly, and the meat didn't get overdone. Definitely a keeper for my family!!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 19, 2014
Vinegar Cookies
These cookies are so simple, yet drop-dead delicious. They are just buttery, sugary, and a little bit crumbly. My family does not much care for sugar cookies and rarely requests them. The only reason I made this recipe was because it contained baking soda and vinegar, so I wanted to test them for possible use in a preschool science lesson (for our chemistry unit -- acid/base reactions). Though there's no exciting volcano-like action going in in these cookies (such small amounts of bs + v), they are so tasty that I'll make them again and again, for home and for school!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 13, 2011
Debdoozie's Blue Ribbon Chili
I tried this recipe because I needed a simple recipe w/out too many ingredients for my son's boy scout campout. I made a test batch at home and thought it was really tasty; for his campout, he cooked the beef and onions first, then drained and cooled it, and mixed w/ salsa so he wouldn't have to take a glass jar camping. Then at camp, he mixed the meat w/ the other ingredients and simmered for a while. Well, his chili pleased his patrol very much (they ate it w/ Fritos scoops, grated cheddar, and sour cream. Then the older scouts and the grownups came over to get in on the action! This is a great kid-friendly recipe -- you can adjust the heat w/ your choice of salsa and chili seasoning. We used Safeway Select Chipotle Salsa (and I added some ground chipotle powder to the batch I made for my family). This recipe is a keeper!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 19, 2008

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