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Debbie P

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Mormon Scalloped Potatoes
I've made this several times and have found the addition of a layer of sauteed onions takes this to a different, delicious level. I usually put the onions on the bottom, just after the first layer of potatoes. Also, I have tried this with every sort of cheese and if you use Parmesan, it has a bit more of a sophisticated flavor. To make it vegetarian friendly, I use cream of mushroom soup.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 24, 2014
Thighs on Rice
This is a nice, hot, comforty type meal that can be approved upon to make even better with just a little tweaking. First, caramelize your onion before adding. Otherwise it's just way too onion-y. Second, before serving top with cheese and put under the broiler for a minute. Actually, I added cheese at the end, let it melt, stirred it into the rice, then topped with a little more cheese. We like spicy, so I added a half teaspoon of red chili flakes to the rice/water, and sprinkled a little more on top. Cook a little longer than stated time. I cooked in a covered glass casserole dish and after removing it from the oven, it stayed hot for an hour, and the rice got softer and fluffier.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 10, 2013
Curried Coconut Chicken
the flavor is really great, but I wanted to make this more of a one-pot dish so I added frozen peas and cauliflower. Much better! Then I also added a cubed, cooked baked potato. If I had sweet potato I would have put that in too and I will next time. I will also add cashews and red bell pepper. It just seems to need more stuff to make it 5 star good.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 12, 2012
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