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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Emily's Famous Hash Browns
Couldn't think of a better hash brown recipe. I took the easy way out and used frozen shredded hash browns (thawed for 4 hours) and they were perfect and much less hassle than doing the potatoes by hand. I followed the recipe exactly except I added some spices to the egg mix like ceyenne pepper, regular pepper and seasoned salt. In addition I didn't use quite the entire bag of hash browns, maybe slightly over 3/4 so they would be easier to flip in the skillet. I won't make hash browns any other way from now on!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 26, 2011
Famous Restaurant Queso Dip
This was outstanding! I didn't need the 5lb version so I recalculated for 12 servings which requires 1 2lb loaf of velveeta. The only thing I did differently was substitute some hot salsa for the water. I only added 1/2 C of water and it still turned out a tad runny, but was absolutely excellent!!! I also added some extra jalapenos for a spicy kick and I have to say this will definitely be the recipe I use from now on for queso.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 1, 2010
Slow Cooker Taco Soup
WOW, this is one of the best soups I've eaten! I made very little changes to the recipe, but did do the following; substituted a 14 oz. can of chicken broth for the water, used two 10oz cans of rotel for the diced tomatoes, added some diced jalepeno (I like it spicy) and as many suggested, added a package of Hidden Valley Ranch dressing mix. It was so simple, after browning the meat it all went in the crockpot and 8 hours later we had a great meal. I garnished each with cheddar cheese, some sour cream and tortilla strips and it made it that much better. Can't wait to make it again!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 5, 2009

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