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Cajun Seafood Pasta

Reviewed: Oct. 8, 2013
This is the 3rd time I've made this and made it for our New Year's Eve dinner. I leave the recipe as is - it's perfect - and since it was a special occasion, I added 1/2 a pound of lobster to the shrimp and scallops. It was amazing! For those folks that don't like spicy, or expect it to be an alfredo sauce, this one is not for you! And as a side note, if you're making a Cajun seafood recipe - it means spicy SEAFOOD..if you're going to put chicken or beef or pork, or remove or change 1/2 of the ingredients and then say it's horrible, then don't review THIS recipe (I never get that!)..If you want a wonderful seafood dish that amazes your palette with every bite, then this one, AS IS, is pefect! I will continue to make this one and it will continue to be a huge hit, time after time. Thanks for such an awesome recipe! P.S. I tried about 5 times to add a picture, but the site wasn't cooperating..
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Chicken Marsala

Reviewed: Feb. 4, 2012
I've been looking for a great recipe to try to make this at home since we love chicken (and veal) marsala. This was so easy and was the best I've ever had - the better half told me that same..the only change I made was used all Marsala (and a good quality one), added extra plus doubled the mushrooms and added a little garlic when I sauteed the mushrooms. Per other reviews, i removed the chicken before doing the mushrooms, then put it back in. Served it over fettucini with a side of asparagus. YUM! Will make this over and over..
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Prosciutto Parmesan Pasta

Reviewed: Apr. 14, 2011
I'd give this a 5-star but I read the reviews prior to making it and because of the changes that were better, it's why it's a 4.. I used it on linquini instead of bowtie to start. Used frozen peas because I'm not a canned anything veggie person, not to mention canned has additional salt. 3/4 cup is way too many peas for me as I now know. Also, I took everyone's suggestion and cut back on the proscuitto thinking it would be too salty and I wish I had put more in. I also added a bit of carmelized onion and some sun dried tomatos along with some fresh basil. All in all it was easy and tasted great. Definitely not for the calorie counters, that's for sure. I will definitely make this again..and again..next try is asparagus instead of peas :-)
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Crescent-Wrapped Brie

Reviewed: Apr. 1, 2011
This is an awesome recipe and guests love it. I add carmelized walnuts (the kind you get right in the bag), craisins, and sometimes just a few small slices of apples, and it's so good. I've also added sauted portabellos and a bit of carmelized onion for a completely different modification (not the the walnuts and fruit - completely different one, just for clarification)..get creative with it..easy and great!
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