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Kale Krisps

Reviewed: Jun. 22, 2010
YUM. I had been wanting to try kale chips, and then I saw this recipe. I rinsed and ripped up the kale and threw the pieces into a bowl. I poured in a small amount of olive oil and mixed it up so all the pieces were coated. Then I added salt, pepper, and garlic powder. I spread the pieces onto parchment paper on a baking sheet and baked them for 10 minutes at 350. I pulled the pan out, flipped them over, added the cheese, and then baked for another 4-5 minutes. They came out great! YUM! I think I will make them again tonight because I still have plenty of kale leftover!
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Caramelized Baked Chicken

Reviewed: Jan. 27, 2010
This was SOOOO good! I used boneless skinless thighs, a little more ketchup (a little more than a half cup), and 3 cloves of garlic (I could have used 4, it wasn't garlicky at all). I boiled the sauce on the stove as suggested and poured it over the thighs. Baked at 350 for 45 minutes. This was delicious served over brown rice!!!
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BBQ Chicken Pizza

Reviewed: Jan. 11, 2010
this came out very well!! I only made a few changes. I didn't use the peppers, and instead of colby-monterey jack cheese I used a mixture of mozzarella and gouda. I cooked the chicken cubes in a mixture of olive oil, bbq sauce, and hot sauce. I also baked the crust for a few minutes before adding the toppings and baking again. Thanks for the recipe!
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Yummy Sweet Potato Casserole

Reviewed: Dec. 26, 2009
I have made this twice now, and it is always a huge hit! I'm not a fan of Sweet Potato Casserole, but my friends and family always rave about it. I baked the potatoes instead of boiling, based on other reviews. I used skim milk, and for the topping I used the splenda/brownsugar blend. I used a 6 oz bag of pecans and pulsed them in the food processor to chop them up. Everything else I did according to the recipe. Thanks for a successful recipe!!!!!!!!
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Awesome Slow Cooker Pot Roast

Reviewed: Dec. 22, 2009
This was a huge hit with my family. Everyone loved it! I only made a few simple adjustments based on some reviews. I rubbed the pot roast with flour, garlic powder, salt and pepper. Then I seared it on the stove before putting it in the slow cooker with the other ingredients. Instead of all water, I did half water, and half red wine. Everything else I did according to the recipe :) Thanks a lot!
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Broiled Tilapia Parmesan

Reviewed: Dec. 21, 2009
This was very good! I only did 1 serving for myself, but it was easy to cut the recipe down to 1. I only made a few adjustments... I brushed the tilapia with a small amount of melted butter and coated it with italian bread crumbs. While the fish was broiling I made the cheese mixture - instead of mayo I used goat cheese. I didn't use the celery salt or onion powder - I just used salt. Everything else I did according to the recipe. It came out very well!
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Mediterranean Stuffed Chicken

Reviewed: Nov. 18, 2009
This was..... DELICIOUS. I did make a few changes based on reviews. I used pesto instead of dill weed, and I used 4 cloves of garlic instead of garlic powder. I also added spinach to the stuffing. I blended the stuffing all together with my food processor. This is a great way to sneak spinach into the meal because once it's all processed you wouldn't even know it's in there (Sure, it's green, but the pesto can be blamed for that!). I also cut slits into the chicken breasts to insert the stuffing and held them closed with toothpicks. I then brushed the chicken breasts with a butter/lemon juice mixture, and dipped them into italian breadcrumbs. I baked for 40 minutes and they were PERFECT! Oh, bake them on parchment paper - that way nothing sticks and it's easy to scoop up any filling that might ooze out while baking! I will DEFINITELY be making this again. They also taste great re-heated. I brought leftovers in for lunch today and my coworkers were all commenting on how great it smelled after I microwaved it. Thanks for a great recipe!
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Empanadas

Reviewed: Dec. 5, 2008
This dough was AMAZING. I used it the same night I made it (I refrigerated it for about an hour or 2) and it worked GREAT. I didn't even need water to seal the edges - I just folded one side over and pressed it in with a fork. To make it healthier I did use 1/3 fat cream cheese, and half all-purpose flour with half whole-wheat flour. It still came out amazing! I also mixed 1 egg with a splash of milk and brushed both sides of each empanada with it before baking. I placed parchment paper on the cookie sheet to keep them from sticking and baked them for about 25 minutes. I doubled the recipe but it still only made about 10 empanadas... maybe I made them too big? I filled them with a meat mixture instead (olive oil, diced onions, garlic, diced mushrooms, ground turkey, paprika, cumin, garlic powder, red wine vinegar, shredded gruyere cheese), so maybe that's why they were bigger than they were supposed to be? Either way, they were DELICIOUS and I will definitely be making them again. A note - if you make them with a meat filling, make sure to let your meat mixture cool before making them!!! Also, I didn't use the sugar or cinnamon, since I didn't make these as a dessert. I'm tempted to try using this dough for the pie crust in the mushroom pie recipe on this site! Thanks for this recipe! EDIT (12/8/08): Ok i made them again this time using 3/4 whole wheat flour and 1/4 all-purpose flour. They came out just as great! Next time I'm going to try using all whole wheat pastry flour
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Sangria! Sangria!

Reviewed: Nov. 21, 2008
I've made this recipe a few times now and it's ALWAYS a huge hit. I love it too!
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Black Bean, Corn and Turkey Chili

Reviewed: Nov. 21, 2008
I REALLY enjoyed this recipe. I did make a few changes though. The turkey I bought was a little over a pound. I used 2 Tbs of olive oil instead of vegetable oil. I also included minced garlic (I STILL used the garlic powder though. I love garlic). I doubled the cumin and doubled the chili powder. Instead of the Pace Salsa, I used a can of crushed tomatoes and a can of diced tomatoes. And I didn't use the sugar. It came out great!!
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Chicken Marsala

Reviewed: Nov. 11, 2008
LOVE this recipe. Will make it again and again. I use whole-wheat flour, and remove the chicken after browning. Then i add the mushrooms, onions, and some garlic. After cooking those a little, I remove most of it before adding the marsala wine. I don't use cooking sherry and it still tastes great. I just use LOTS of marsala wine. YUM. After bringing that back to a simmer I add the chicken to cook. When finished, I remove the chicken again, put the mushroom/onion/garlic mixture back in, and add 1/4 cup milk. While heating this I sprinkle in a lot of the leftover flour mixture to thicken the sauce up. Delicious!
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Rigatoni with Eggplant, Mushrooms and Goat Cheese

Reviewed: Nov. 11, 2008
this was DELICIOUS! Big hit! We cut back a little on the eggplant, and doubled the mushrooms. And I think it could have used even more goat cheese! But then again, I LOVE goat cheese.
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Fried Rice Restaurant Style

Reviewed: Nov. 11, 2008
Love this recipe! I've made it a lot - it's so quick and easy! I kind of wing-it now, and don't follow the recipe exactly, but this recipe is what got me started! Oh and it's great with diced mushrooms!
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Italian Breaded Pork Chops

Reviewed: Nov. 11, 2008
This was my first time ever making Pork Chops and it was a HUGE success. I only made 2 and my boyfriend said that was probably for the best because if I'd made more he would have eaten it all. He loved it! I followed user suggestions and coated the chops in flour (whole wheat) and salt and pepper before dipping into the egg/milk mixture. I doubled the amount of garlic and left it in the oil, instead of removing it. And I added garlic powder and italian seasonings to the breadcrumb/parmesan mixture. Next time I will make less of this mix because there was tons left over. Seemed like a waste. Anyways, the chops came out SO moist and flavorful and I will definitely be making this recipe again and again!
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