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Recipe Reviews 8 reviews
Baked Ziti II
This was good. I couldn't find ziti, so I used a pasta called "tubini" it looks almost the same as ziti. Penne would probably work, too. I used low fat (2%) cottage cheese in place of the ricotta. I thought the cheese/sauce ratio was just fine, my son wanted more sauce. This was easy to make and (substituting cottage cheese for the ricotta) I usually have all the ingredients on hand.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 12, 2006
Awesome Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
This is a great idea. We made grilled cheese sandwiches for a church function. I was dreading standing by the stove flipping endless sandwiches. So we tried the oven method. We baked them at 375, 400 seemed a bit hot. I flipped the sandwiches after 5 or 10 minutes, and they were done in about 15 to 20 minutes. The sandwiches that were on a darker cookie sheet browned a lot faster and nicer than the ones on the shiny sheets. I ended up transferring the unbrowned ones to the dark sheet for a few minutes to finish them off. We used thinly slice colby longhorn cheese (that’s what was left from a buffet dinner earlier in the week), squishy white bread, and soft margarine. I sprayed the baking sheets with a non-stick spray and had almost no problem with the sandwiches sticking (a couple stuck a bit where melted cheese escaped from the bread). This is a great idea for making LOTS of grilled cheese sandwiches, not sure it’s worth heating up the entire oven to make just a couple. I’ll bet these would work well in a toaster oven.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 31, 2006
Creamy Rice Pudding
Pretty good. A word of warning if you make this with leftover rice that was cooked with salt, leave out the salt when you make the pudding. I didn't think about that when I made the puuding tonight. Other than being a bit too salty, the pudding was very good. Soft and creamy, not hard and dry like many baked rice puddings.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 25, 2004

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