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Hamburger Potato Casserole

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2012
This is a good recipe for what it basically is. Added onion and garlic to the browning of the hamburger, added about a half cup of sour cream to the soup, as well as about a 1/2 cup of beef broth, and some Alfredo sauce. It made it very creamy and good.
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Chicken Chimichangas

Reviewed: Sep. 19, 2011
This was a good "start" recipe. While I kept the topping ingredients the same (except omitting the peppers and adding a few packets of hot sauce from Taco Time), I tinkered with the actually stuffing of the Chimichangas. Although not that much, instead of refried beans I added a drained can of black beans, as well as a drained can of mexicorn. The cooking on the stove was the same, I did add the chicken to the cooked ingredients after the simmering was done, also added some pepperjack/cheddar cheese and about a 1/4 cup of the remaining enchilada sauce, mixed it all together and then after spooning into the taco shell added a bit more monterey jack cheese and then folded up. As for cooking, after reading some some reviews, I put toothpicks (1 at each end and 1 in the middle). "flash fried" 1 at a time, and then put them on a baking sheet covered w/sprayed foil. I then brushed melted butter over the top, added a sprinkling of sea salt and baked in 375 oven for about 20-25 min, or until golden brown. I used this method because they still have the deep fried taste and appearance, but if you are serving a crowd they will all be done at the same time. I served it on the bed of lettuce, a small bit of the topping then the chimi on top & more topping & sour cream, actually forgot the final sprinkling of cheese, didnt miss it, but I'm sure would also be good. It was a hit with my family, especially my "Farmer John" son. as well as my 18 year old growing basketball player son.
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Marlene's Beef Stroganoff

Reviewed: May 30, 2011
made this tonight, but tweaked it a bit to my situation. We beef our own cows, so used tenderloin steak as well as sirloin steak in place of flank. Also added a can of Campbell's Creamy mushroom with roasted garlic to the simmering liquids. Simmered for about 90 min, added the sour cream (with chives) and it was a winner. Simple...
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Simple Sausage Casserole

Reviewed: Oct. 22, 2010
This was a good base recipe, but with just the sausage and cream cheese, kinda bland, so here is what I did. I sauted red onion and garlic in olive oil before adding to sausage. I added 1/4 lb. of ground beef to the sausage mixture. To the meat/cream cheese (I also used whipped cream cheese w/chives) I added about a half of pkg. of frozen spinach, thawed and squeezed free of water. 1 can of rotel tomatoes, Italian seasoning, salt, garlic pepper, celery seed. Also added a handful of shredded coby/jack cheese. Mix well and add to pre-baked crescent pan. After adding the mix to the pan, I topped with more co/jack cheese, and covered with the remaining dough. Before baking in oven for about 20-30 minutes, I spread the dough with butter and added a sprinkling of parmesan cheese. Turned out great...
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Sausage Stuffing Balls

Reviewed: May 18, 2010
I made these last Thanksgiving as a appetizer, with marinara sauce as dip...they were real good. Stuck to the recipe although I did add shredded cheese as others did, used beef broth instead of water, and also added finely chopped waterchestnuts. The last few times that I made these I used as meatballs with homemade marinara sauce and was a big hit. I also used Jimmy dean maple sausage, yummy!!!
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Bean 'N' Beef Crescent Pie

Reviewed: Aug. 25, 2009
This was really good, and kid friendly to boot!! But instead of the crescent rolls, I used the pizza dough that Pillsbury has. A more non-seam to it. I also pre-baked it as the oven was pre-heating as others suggested. I also added the chilis to the recipe, and sauted garlic and onion before adding to the beef mixture. Make sure that the cream cheese is really spreadable, so that it won't tear the crust. Overall a great recipe and very easy...
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