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Recipe Reviews 20 reviews
Chicken Scampi II
Simply awesome, it's a nice recipe that you can adapt to what you have on hand. Instead of the suggested herbs I used Italian Seasoning Blend and a handful of fresh chopped parsley. I split some rolls and lightly dipped their cut surface in the sauce before I added the chicken and put them to warm in the oven--made for yummy garlic bread to serve with the scampi. Also, I subbed in cubes breaded chicken cutlets I had made the previous night--I made the sauce and stirred in the cubes to warm rather than cooking the fresh chicken. This sauce is extraordinarily good for something so simple to make. Bravo, Hubs who can be picky, thought it was a great meal.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 8, 2014
Easy Salisbury Steak
Yum yum! This is the easiest thing to make and just so delicious. I subbed some minced raw onion for the dried, added a handful of fresh chopped parsley and used a large jar of brown gravy instead of the soup. I served it over egg noodles with a green veggie. Leftovers did not make it past midnight. Next time I make these I want to double or triple the recipe and make some trays for the freezer.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 29, 2014
Master Pizza Dough
Superb crust. I make this recipe in the food processor, I'll make three of four separate batches and wrap each dough ball with plastic wrap, then foil, and then into the freezer. A ball will defrost overnight in the fridge or an afternoon on the counter, or remove foil and use 10% defrost in the microwave--check every 30 seconds until dough is defrosted and softened. For the freezer crusts I don't bother to warm the water, I use a full teaspoon of salt and two teaspoons of rapid-rise. i never make anything the same way twice and this week I made doughs with one cup AP flour, one cup of bread flour, a half cup of whole wheat and added in as much extra bread flour as was needed to form the dough ball. Hubs loved this batch.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 2, 2014
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