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Cheesy Chicken
I made some modifications to make this a bit more homemade. Instead of a can of soup I made a roux with 1/4c butter, 1/4c flour, 1c milk and 1c chicken broth. I poured that over the chicken, added the cheese and then made some homemade croutons with some leftover crossants that were going stale (cut and baked at 400 for 10 mins with olive oil and garlic powder). I added a little italian seasoning to the roux and salted the chix. It was very tasty like this but I think maybe some minced garlic and/or onion in the roux would make it even better. I love the creaminess of using a can of soup but I'm wary of the BPA in the liners of cans so I'm always trying to substitute. This worked well.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 8, 2014
Vegetarian Cottage Cheese Patties
These surprised me. I did not know what to expect but was curious enough to try it out. They kind of taste like thanksgiving stuffing. I used regular oats instead of quick oats and they were fine. I dipped in panko breadcrumbs but otherwise followed the recipe. I might use a different soup next time since cream of mushroom isn't my fav but I probably will make it again.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 18, 2013
Rainbow Cookies
I have just finished making these for the 4th time. I figured I would share my secrets based on experience and other reviews. 1) Use most of a can of almond filling instead of almond paste. 2) add 2t of almond extract. 3) forget the egg separation part, I didn't see any difference doing it or not doing it. 4) each part is about a cup and a quarter of dough. 5) Don't skip the overnight in the fridge. 6) Don't be stingy with the raspberry preserves and apricot is unnecessary, but if you love apricot go for it. 6) After they are refrigerated I cut the whole brick in half lengthwise then cut into 1 inch bars that I cover in chocolate on four sides, and (this is key) go for the big guns and melt dove promises for this (I use about a bag and a half) it is worth the $$. I dry them on my cooling rack which creates lines perfect for cutting into individual cookies (my wires only go one direction).

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Reviewed On: Nov. 21, 2012
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