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Apple Crumb Pie

Reviewed: Nov. 8, 2011
First time I made it - today - I added extra flour like the others suggested, I used Pink Lady apples, and I left it in the oven for longer than instructed because my husband likes the apples very tender. He and my son loved it!! Thanks for sharing, it is definitely a keeper ;0)
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Fried Plantains

Reviewed: Oct. 11, 2010
I LOVE these! Platanos maduros are better overly ripe. They would be very nice and sweet, absolutely no need to add sugar of any sort. All nine pictures associated with this recipe are of yellow plantains (ripe). I like to make what my PuertoRican family calls a 'pastelon': fry slices lengthwise and arrange them on the bottom of a pan (9x9) add layer of cooked ground beef over it - like a lasagna, layer more slices and then more beef. End with a layer of fried plantains. (add shredded cheese in each layer if you want) Take a beaten egg and pour evenly over the whole thing to help set it so it won't fall apart as you cut to serve. Bake for about 20min at 400 until egg is cooked. I like to eat it on its own. My hubby likes it with rice. The green plantains are also good, however those are not sweet in the least and I like them salted and with a garlicky/spicy sauce to dip. My 12yo son loves these instead of the sweet ones with his 'special' sauce: mayo, ketchup and hot sauce mixed together - you can add garlic to it too.
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Lasagna Roll-Ups

Reviewed: Oct. 11, 2010
Made it in a time crunch. Seasoned meat as usual and added store bought sauce. Like others, I used ricotta and added onion powder, less parm cheese, dry parsley flakes and mozzarella cheese to it. Couldn't add egg - had no eggs. Left in 375 oven until cheese melted. No need to cook for the 30-35 min because I added no egg. Next time I'll add the egg and see what difference it makes. My husband loved it and he is the one that really takes pasta seriously at home - so it must've been good! lol
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Easy Meatloaf

Reviewed: Jul. 30, 2009
About ten years ago I had a recipe card with a meatloaf like this and lost it. Since then I've tried different recipes but ONLY this one stands! That meatloaf is what hooked my boyfriend at the time =] We've now been together 10 years hee, hee. Absolutely delicious!! Thanks! My husband also thanks you Janet!
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Tricolor Pasta Salad

Reviewed: Jul. 30, 2009
This is the first time I make a pasta salad. I didn't realize how easy they are to make! I added diced seeded tomato, broccoli florets, pepperoni and shredded extra sharp cheddar. For the dressing I used Parmesan cheese Italian dressing - and of course, added some grated parm on top of the finished salad. My husband loved it, as did I :) Thanks Lorraine!
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Creamy Rice Pudding

Reviewed: Jul. 30, 2009
I wanted to try a rice pudding recipe for my hubby since he loves it. Once a year I make 'arroz con dulce' and it's delicious, but it takes long and requires a lot more ingredients. This recipe was very easy and tasty. My husband liked it very much! I used all the ingredients stated. Only thing I did different was I sprinkled some ground cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and a little vanilla extract when I put in the rest of the milk. Once done I also added brown sugar for a little more sweetness and for the color. Next time I'll try making it with evaporated milk...Definitely a keeper. Thanks Erica G! :)
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