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Recipe Reviews 17 reviews
Creamy Chicken and Wild Rice Soup
The recipe made as original is very good, but some additions push it into 5 star & pay for it at a restaurant. here's my changes. I fried up 6 pieces of bacon, then sautéed 1/2 an onion, same amount of celery & carrots & 8 oz of sliced mushrooms plus garlic in the bacon grease. My family felt that the one box of Rice a Roni wasn't enough, so I added a 2nd. The white sauce made w/ the flour, Half & half needed a bit more seasoning, so I added a grating of nutmeg, a handful of sharp shredded cheddar and my secret ingredient, 2 shakes of ancho chile powder, which doesn't add any heat but adds a depth of flavor that you can't explain. Oh & don't forget to dice the bacon & add it in! YUMMY!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 23, 2015
Easy Pizza Sauce III
Hubbie liked this better than the store bought stuff I used. I did make some minor changes according to other reviewers. Oregano & basil at 2 tsp each; onion powder 1/2 tsp; & 1/2 tsp of sugar. This amount made about 3 large pizzas worth, so I'll double it & keep in a large canning jar

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Reviewed On: Aug. 13, 2012
World's Best Lasagna
This IS the best lasagna ever & I make it at least once a month. But I did make some changes. I upped the ground beef to 1-1.25 lbs (whatever the pkg size is) because my family really likes the meat sauce. I doubled the amount of garlic for the same reason. Reduced sugar by half (I'm dieting) & salt to 1 tsp (hubbie's on a low sodium diet). Finally I used an extra deep 13x9 casserole to keep it all in. YUMMMMMM

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Reviewed On: Aug. 6, 2012

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