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Oven Roasted Teriyaki Chicken
We had this for dinner last night- serverd it over rice with asparagus and it was very good! We had 6 skinless chicken thighs and the sauce was plenty, with some to spoon over rice. If I were baking 12 thighs, I would double the sauce especially if you like the idea of serving the sauce, too. I was afraid the meat would get too crusty/dry, given the chicken was skinless so I covered the dish with some foil and cooked for about 25 mins. Then basted the thighs with sauce and cooked covered for another 15 mins or so, basted again and finished with the foil off so a little gooey crust could form. My husband's 2 boys were quiet for the first 5 minutes cuz they were devouring this!! definitely will be making this again! You could also use just chicken chunks mixed in the sauce. Very yummy!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 23, 2014
Chicken Fettuccini Alfredo
Crazy good! Sauce is rich and lovely creamy! It's rich but not where you have that heavy feel afterwards. Next time I will add a bit more garlic because we like it. But I wanted to go with what the recipe called for first, to see what needs adjustment. I didn't have fettuccini so used what I had on hand- package of cheese tortellini. Also chose to chop up 4 green onions that needed to be used up, rather than onion. Stayed true to everthing else. Next time I will use regular onion and how that compares with chopped green onion. This recipe is pretty great. We loved it. We had sauce leftover and I hope it's as great tomorrow. This is a keeper and beats any other alfredo I've made or eaten before. Thank you so much for sharing.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 9, 2014
Brown Sugar Meatloaf
We make a similar meatloaf with brown sugar in the bottom of the pan, no ketchup. We mix about a table spoon of BS in with the meat mix, then cover with plan ketchup and bake. I have a meatloaf mix that I swear by so did not follow the recipe here for the meat mix. We can't get enough of this. Not sure why such bad comments.

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Reviewed On: May 1, 2013

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