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Recipe Reviews 42 reviews
Best Tuna Casserole
My first time making and trying tuna casserole - it was very good! My husband liked it as well. I added more onion and sauteed till almost caramelized before adding to the mixture. I also used fresh mushrooms vs canned and left out the peas since neither my husband nor I like them. Per other's suggestions I added at least a cup of sour cream and also added a dash of Worcestershire Sauce and Thyme. I combined everything in a warm pan before placing in the baking dish. I used French's onions instead of chips, which were really good but imagine the chips would give it a nice crunch as well. Make sure and wait and put French's Onions on top at very end of baking, I put on for the full 15 - 20 min and they got a little too brown. I will definitely start making this on a regular basis!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 23, 2015
Shrimp Lemon Pepper Linguini
Simple to make, pretty dish, and quite yummy! Only giving it 4 stars instead of 5 as if I had added the full 2 tsp of pepper, that would have been way too much! I added just 1 tsp, and my husband said that was still too much. I mostly followed the rest of the recipe except didn't have any basil on hand, and added shredded Parmesan cheese on top. My shrimp took longer than a few minutes to cook. I used some really fat noodles and let it really soak up the thin sauce before serving, oh and I did double the wine/chicken broth as others suggested and am glad I did. I could see this being really good with some cream as well. I do recommend this recipe and will definitely make again!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 15, 2015
Kung Pao Chicken
This was pretty good! Both my husband and I enjoyed it. I wouldn't say it's exactly like what we get in restaurants, but definitely worth making at home. Like other's suggested, I tripled the sauce, probably could have gotten away with just doubling it. I didn't have time to marinate the chicken in the sauce, so just cooked up in the pan with the marinade, and added to the sauce. Beware of your sesame oil, the one we purchased had a very strong smoky flavor, or maybe they all have this, but I will try a different brand next time. I recommend and will make again.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 16, 2015

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