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Jalapeno Bread II

Reviewed: Nov. 4, 2012
I added a photo of this bread as it turned out so great....loved the taste and texture. I added hot chunky chili garlic sauce to mine, about a quarter of a cup along with the jalapenos. It was a winner with my family! We made mini pizzas from it...broiled the bread in the oven with a slice of pepperoni and some motza...not for the weak of heart but so delicious!!!!
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Easy Lasagna II

Reviewed: Sep. 27, 2012
I have tried many recipes for lasagna. They can be time consuming and often disappointing results. This recipe was fast, easy, economical and although I was sceptical about the uncooked noodles....it was fabulous! No burnt edges, no crusty top, nothing sticking to the bottom....wow, loved this recipe. It will be the one I go to first for lasagna to take to family gatherings. Everyone raved about how tasty it was and it cut like a dream....only thing different I did was to add a bit of spice to the sauce as we love our spice! Otherwise, don't change a thing. Thanks so much for this winner!
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Crazy Crust Pizza Dough

Reviewed: Aug. 3, 2010
The first time I followed the directions exactly and although it was pretty good it was not exactly what I wanted so I tweaked it a bit. I used 2 cups of whole wheat flour and 1 tsp of baking powder and then omitted one egg. I followed the rest of the recipe and I used a pizza pan with the holes in the bottom...you can get them at most department stores. WOW what a difference. I cooked the batter for ten minutes then added some chopped jalapenos, mottzo cheese and tomato sauce then I popped it under the broiler til the cheese was melted. It slid right off the pan unto the serving dish and sliced up crunchy on the outside and tasty on the inside. A much healthier alternative to white flour pizza. I see not reason to every use a yeast crust again. I think the secret was the pan with the holes in the bottom...the whole pizza was done all the way through and crunchy on the outside. This is my keeper recipe...I am going to try it as a breakfast pizza next time I have company. Thank you for the great recipe!!!
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Gravy Baked Pork Chops

Reviewed: Jan. 30, 2010
What a wonderful way to have pork chops with frying them! I changed the recipe a bit. For liquid I used a can of cream of chicken soup and a powdered turkey gravy. I simmered the two of them together for the liquid. I put a layer of sauted onions on the bottom of the dish and then repeated the onions on top. I finished the dish off with cracked pepper and baked it for slow...275 degrees for 2 and half hours. You could cut them with a fork and the gravy on the mashed potates was wonderful. A keeper recipe!!!
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Irish Soda Bread in a Skillet

Reviewed: Jan. 30, 2010
I am always looking for a quick supper bread besides the regular biscuits or rolls. I was really not expecting much when I tried this recipe. The first time I tried it I followed the recipe but since I did not have a cast iron pan on hand I used a tin pie plate. I left the bread in for half an hour and it was okay, but it stuck to the bottom and the middle was a bit doughy. Next time I found the cast iron pan, slightly greased it and added a half cup of grated old cheese to the flour mix. I sprinkled caraway seeds on top and waited patiently hoping for a good result. When I took the bread out after 25 minutes it was for all purposes...perfect! Wow! I would serve this to company. I am looking forward to playing around with this recipe and trying different fillings and spices. I also added 1/2 tsp. of baking powder the second time and the bread was light and the crust was crunchy and delicious. When it came out I lighty patted it with butter and it was beautiful as well as tasty. Thank you for the wonderful recipe. I figure it is going to be a staple here for this family and I am no longer going to buy those specialty breads at the supermarket. There is no need to! You can change this in a hundred ways and have a new product each time. I really recommend using the cast iron pan though. Quite a difference in the whole appearace of the bread as well as how wonderful the bottom browned! Thanks again! Love it and how easy is that!!!!!!
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