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Nancy's Chicken in Puff Pastry

Reviewed: Sep. 11, 2009
Delicious!! As a cautionary tale, however, I should mention some of my failed modification attempts: I cubed the chicken before cooking, hoping that would cut down on the time, but then when I went to wrap up the pastries I couldn't exactly spread the cream cheese on the chicken, so I just put a dollop on each, assuming it would melt and spread out in the oven. It doesn't! So next time I will spread it out on the other side of the puff pastry before I fold it over (I cut the sheets into triangles to make little turnovers). Still tasted fantastic, though. I found baking 30 min at 400 browned them perfectly in my oven. An easy way to make something that seems so fancy! I made a double batch using a "family pack" of chicken breasts, two packages of puff pastry sheets, but just one pkg. of cream cheese, and I put the other 4 pastries (unbaked) in the freezer for another quick meal!
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Easy Broccoli Quiche

Reviewed: Apr. 3, 2009
Soo tasty! My husband loves this so much when I make it on Fridays, it almost feels like we're not really giving anything up! (And he is a meat-loving man!)
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Mom's Chicken Paprika

Reviewed: Apr. 3, 2009
One of our favorite recipes from this site. I use boneless chicken and quarter it, slicing the onion rings into little half-or quarter-circles to place on top. I've always found the amount of paprika perfect for a wonderfully tasty dish, and we love it over a generous bed of buttery white rice. It takes a while to simmer, but it's completely worth it! It tastes fantastic with the "Simple Brussels Sprouts" from this site, too.
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Mushroom Pie

Reviewed: Apr. 3, 2009
I made this for Thanksgiving with my parents (my first as a married hostess!) and it was a huge hit! I made a lot of changes the first time because I didn't have a lot of the things on hand, and it actually tasted as amazing or better than when I followed it to the T! My changes: subtract the bacon (to vegitarianize for a Friday), use 2% milk instead of heavy cream, add 1 tbsp butter to melt in after the milk, use a roll-out pie crust, and mozarrella instead of swiss (about 1/2 cup more than required, for good measure)! It's delicious!!
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Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Reviewed: Apr. 3, 2009
A family favorite! Loved by me, husband, and baby-in-utero, who throughout the first trimester has rejected (or maybe it's just my testy stomach) just about every decent way of getting protein, until I finally discovered this as a way to get myself to eat peanut butter again! These are addictive, and so easy to whip up!
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Dutch Babies II

Reviewed: Apr. 3, 2009
Fantastic! I didn't have any nutmeg on hand so I added a good dash of allspice and ground cloves, a pinch of cinnamon, and the 1 tsp. vanilla suggested in another review. With a good heaping of powdered sugar on top, the taste is wonderful and subtle! I didn't get it to rise very much, although I followed the advice to get the eggs and milk to room temperature, but I will be experimenting in the future...
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Slow Cooker Pork Chops II

Reviewed: Aug. 9, 2008
This recipe is DELICIOUS! This was one of the first "real meals" I made for my husband and it is already a staple favorite. I usually double the recipe to cover the "family pack" pork chops I buy, because leftovers are our best friend. I don't have garlic powder or poultry seasoning so I just throw in an extra garlic clove and use 2 tsp each oregano, basil, and season salt, almost 2 tbsp paprika, 1/2 cup olive oil, as well as about 1 1/2 cups broth. I also add splashes of balsamic vinegar to taste (or smell, rather), as another reviewer suggested, and my personal theory is that it's the balsamic that really makes the dish. It's fantastic!
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