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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Veggie Lasagna Florentine
Superb! Best lasagna ever! I mostly followed the recipe, and am happy that it was a bit versatile to use what I had available. I used extra fresh garlic, diced canned tomatoes and accidentally forgot the tomato paste, shredded carrot in place of brown sugar, lots of fresh finely chopped mushrooms, and an extra large shredded yellow squash in place of zucchini, and did not add salt. I skipped step with the mixer to save time, so sauce was chunky. I simplified into 2 layers -- sauce, noodles, sauce, cottage cheese mixture, noodles, cheese, basil. I really think all the seasonings is what pulled it together. Everything fit perfectly in my 11 x 14 inch pan. This is good! Thank you for recipe!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 19, 2013
Awesome Ham Pasta Salad
I have made this at least ten times. We love it! It's a great make-ahead dish. I did make a few changes. The dressing is very rich. I compensate by adding an orange bell pepper, way more tomatoes, and a little extra pasta. I'm happy to use three or more cups of tomatoes. The chopping does take awhile, but it is a large batch of pasta salad that keeps for days. To speed things up, I spin the tomatoes in a salad spinner to get the seeds out, use a chopper for the peppers, and grate the onion.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 7, 2012
Vietnamese Fresh Spring Rolls
These were so good! I've always loved them in resturaunts, but assumed they were difficult to make. Now I know they aren't! I did use pre-cooked shrimp and dipping sauce from a jar, but used the best quality that I could find. This made it a quick and easy, fresh treat. My husband didn't like the mint, but they'd still be great without it.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 22, 2011

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