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Chicken Enchilada Casserole II

Reviewed: Jan. 15, 2014
I used what I Had in the house! Very flexible recipe!! That includes a 22oz can of smokehouse baked beans (added a delicious smokey flavor) 3/4 container sour cream and frozen chicken. The 2 large pieces of chicken were frozen in salsa so I let it cook in the crockpot all day and added that salsa to the recipe. I probably only had about 2 cups of cheese so I just added it on top. I Layered the tortilla like lasagna and threw away the smaller side pieces. Will make again
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Chicken Andouille Gumbo

Reviewed: Jan. 11, 2014
I changed almost everything and emptied the leftovers fridge on this recipe!! First I cut the recipe in half (but still added 4 cups of water) I had some cooked chicken from the other day so I skipped step 1- cutting the time in half. I had a few pieces of grilled Hillshire Farms Turkey sausage or kielbasa hanging out in the fridge so I threw those in. I used a small leftover bag of frozen mixed veggies (carrots incl.) and a few frozen tri-colored pepper slices in place of the okra. I still added 4 cups of water (and the chicken stock granules) and half of all the spice ingredients. I didn't have Cayenne Pepper so I added chili powder and I subbed marjoram and oregano. I used a can of diced tomatoes with no flavor. I had some leftover cooked rice too, which I just put a scoop in the bowls and poured the rice right on top. This Soup base is a keeper and this recipe is very dynamic- you can throw in whatever you have its delicious!
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Slow Cooker Tropical Chicken

Reviewed: Mar. 26, 2013
I made this because I wanted something different and healthy in the slow cooker, and I was pleased. I did change the recipe based off of my available ingredients. I used 1tsp onion powder in lieu of onions (Im pregnant and the scent of onions makes me sick and I cant eat anything with onions), 1 tablspoon lime juice 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 tblespoon BBQ rub (didnt have jamacian jerk-could have used 1.5-2tbsp) 1/2 tsp curry (its island-y) since I was worried about the lack of flavor from the other reviews and skipped the raisins and tyme as I didn't have any. Overall very good, different, and slightly sweet. NOT overly sweet but I did change the recipe. The curry wa a nice touch, could probably go to 1 teaspoon while still keeping the Jamacian flavor. It was a nice change to the average beef in the crock pot, and was healthy. I paired with steamed spinach and Tostones (delish!), and my husband scooped it up with pita bread. I would make this again, but feel comfortable playing with the recipe--although Im sure they would serve this over white rice in the islands, might be too plain.
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Tostones (Fried Plantains)

Reviewed: Mar. 26, 2013
EXCELLENT! I made this to pair with the Slow Cooker Tropical chicken dish, and the tostones were he star of the show. Most helpful advice I can give is when you smash the fried plantain in the wax paper, sprinkle the salt and garlc powder on the bottom, then on top and then smash. Othewise the garlic and salt doesn't really stick to the plantain and will just burn off in the oil. DELICIOUS!
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Easy Chicken Marsala

Reviewed: Mar. 23, 2013
I tripled the recipe to make more sauce. Only problem is the cream- 1 cup of cream was waaay too much, so I assume 1/3 for the original recipe would be way to much. It made it a creamy sauce and it was ok, but it tasted only like cream and we were expecting Marsala. So yes, we will try this again, but cut the cream down by 1/3. It wasn't even brown.
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Sweet Potato-Turkey Meatloaf

Reviewed: Mar. 23, 2013
Made this for dinner tonight. Looking for a nice change for regular meatloaf and something else to do with ground turkey other than burgers. I did change the recipe, added 1/4 oats (since other reviews claimed it was dry), 1/4 bread crumbs, 2 slices of bread and halved all the wet ingredients. I threw everything in a bowl and mixed by hand. Put more BBQ sauce and ketchup on top. Baked in a 13x9 dish and made a long log- again so it could crisp up. Texture was much better than expected based on previous reviews and comments. It was def on the bland side, but thats ok--it is a meatloaf. Hubby found it to be a nice change, and we might have it again. Don't skimp on the salt.
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Scott Hibb's Amazing Whisky Grilled Baby Back Ribs

Reviewed: Mar. 2, 2013
This is the recipe that got me hooked on allrecipes.com! I did a web search in 2008 and found this recipe; it was soo good that I still use it regularly today. For the ribs, I use any rub I have on hand. The BBQ sauce is heavenly! BBQ sauce lovers such as my family, it’s amazing just how good homemade can be! Whenever we have a big BBQ I triple the BBQ sauce recipe and let it cook for 5-6 hours. It cooks down to a gloppy paste but oh my is it good. In the winter when ribs are on sale (like tonight,) I will cook them in the oven as stated, then peel the foil back and broil for 3-4 min, baste some BBQ sauce on and put it in for 1-2 more min. Let the meat rest and you will be in love! Only recommendation is do not cut back on the fresh onions, your sauce will become too acidic, but if you have baking soda on hand just add a teaspoon, let it bubble, stir and you’ll be fine. Enjoy!
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Smoky Bacon Wraps

Reviewed: Nov. 8, 2009
Add a slice of pepperoni! My neighbors make these for every party and they are a HUGE hit...Recently, they started adding a slice of pepperoni under the bacon--DELICIOUS!
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