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Lasagna Alfredo

Reviewed: Aug. 7, 2011
Simply delicious. This was my first lasagna ever, and it came out great. I did change a few things. I scaled down the recipe by half (but it still yielded about 8 servings). I added more chicken (about 4 chicken breasts), and I cooked the chicken i garlic, basil, onion, and low-sodium chicken broth. I made sure the chicken had good flavor to avoid the blandness that some reviewers described. Then i shredded the chicken and mixed it with store-bought garlic alfredo sauce. After that I coated the bottom and sides of my baking tray with sauce and layered on no-boil pasta. I did 4 layers (chicken,pasta,ricotta mix, pasta), and in addition to the mozzarella also used shredded Parmesan. In the end the final product was just perfect; flavorful, and with the perfect balance of flavors.
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Cranberry Apple Pie I

Reviewed: Dec. 9, 2010
Pretty good. I followed the recipe loosely. Just wanted to use up some cranberry sauce which I had made for Thanksgiving. Used about 2 large granny smith apples, which i sprinkled with some cinnamon sugar. Then my cranberry sauce (the oranged cranberry sauce from this site), which I had put some chopped walnuts in. Had a little trouble with the putting the top crust on, b/c it kept breaking on me, but i tried my best. Then I brushed on some beaten egg and sprinkled with a little more cinnamon sugar. It turned out a lovely golden shade. Was more delicious after a day or two in the fridge, and the walnuts from my sauce made all the better.
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Oranged Cranberry Sauce

Reviewed: Dec. 9, 2010
Very good. I've made it two Thanksgivings in a row. I add chopped walnuts after it's done, and a little flour or cornstarch to thicken it while cooking. The walnuts really ascent it well. This year I made so much that I made a pie (apple-cranberry) to use up the leftovers, that came out great too. I'll post the recipe.
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Baby Back Ribs

Reviewed: Dec. 9, 2010
First ribs I've ever made, and I found them perfect. My family absolutely loved them and so did I. I did make a few changes, however. First I used a somewhat improvised dry rub of equal parts (I "eyeballed" it lol) garlic powder, crushed oregano, brown sugar, cajun seasoning (i had it lying around, figured why not? lol), Goya's adobo and then pepper to taste. I marinated the rack of ribs for about 2hrs in this rub w/ some Worcestershire sauce. When I was ready to bake them I sprinkled a bit of salt over them and added the BBQ sauce (I just used Kraft's Mesquite Smoked BBQ Sauce, nothing fancy), then I rapped the ribs with nonstick foil and baked them like the recipe calls for. 30 mins before they were ready I removed the upper part of the foil, added more BBQ sauce and put them back, uncovered, to finish off. This gave them that lovely dark BBQ color. They were nice and tender, juicy and very tasty. Will definitely be making these again.
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