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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Best Chicken Ever
Everyone in my family really enjoyed this great recipe. I didn't give it 5 stars because I had to change somethings. I added a packet of ranch dressing powder to the two cups of sour cream. I used chicken tenders and let them marinate in the fridge in the sour cream/ranch mix. I omitted the butter and baked them at 400 degrees for 35 minutes. They came out very tender. With proper seasonings this recipe is a winner and very versatile!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 5, 2013
Sausage and Rice Stuffed Peppers
Okay these peppers were awesome! Hats off to the poster of this recipe, because they have a winner! My whole family loved them and agreed to the 5 stars. They were very easy to make, but give yourself time to prep and cook. Some minor modifications to the recipe I made: -I used orange peppers; they are sweet and complement the flavors of sweet sausage well -I did not boil the peppers before hand, but after halving them and cleaning out the seeds, I microwaved all halves 4 minutes to dry and soften them. -6 cups of cooked rice is a lot, you only need 3 cups of cooked rice for the 6 peppers (use Carolina rice and if you need more servings make more rice) -I made the sausage mixture as is, but did not add the water, cutting the cooking time by 30 minutes -When the rice and sausage mixture are done cooking, combine them and stuff those peppers! -Put a shallow layer of water on the bottom of the pan before cooking as it will steam soften the peppers and cook at 350 for 55 minutes on the top rack.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 3, 2013

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