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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Muenster Chicken and Mushrooms
Delicious! Most definitely a keeper. I added some chopped onions to saute' along with the mushrooms. When I browned the chicken the breading came off, so I scraped it up and put it on top of the chicken in the baking pan, it was a nice crispy, crumbly addition that mixed well with the mushrooms & onions. Like others, I put the cheese on as the topper.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 21, 2008
Hot Breakfast Couscous
Delish!!! I have been looking for a quick, easy & tasty breakfast, and this is it. What a winner! Here's how I make mine: at night I fix up a mug with 1/4 Cup Couscous, some "Bare Fruit" organic bake-dried cinnamon apple chips (broken up), dried cherries cut into smaller pieces, and chopped walnuts, & cover with some plastic wrap. Then in the morning when I fix my tea I add 1/3 Cup boiling water, recover w/the plastic wrap and let sit 5 minutes. Stir, add a tsp. of sugar (I found that if I add the sugar in the beginning when it cooks, the sweet gets lost and I have to add more), and some milk until it's nice & moist. The milk cools it down too much, so a quick 15 - 20 seconds in the microwave heats it back up. Makes just the right amount for breakfast! I save the plastic and reuse it the next day.

26 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 29, 2008
Rosemary Roasted Turkey
This was fabulous! I had a 3 1/2# boneless, skinless turkey breast, which I rubbed these ingredients onto all over, then rolled up and tied tightly with string being sure to tuck in the edges. Put in a preheated 450ยบ oven and immediately reduced the temp to 350, cooking 20-30 minutes a pound until done. It was tender, juicy, and had a wonderful flavor. I thought my husband was going to eat the whole thing! Thank you Star!!!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 24, 2007

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