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Easy Lasagna II
I made this last night for my family! I have never made lasagna before so I wanted a simple recipe that I could use to try this out. I changed up a few things since the measurements are a little weird ( I don't understand oz as a measurement because I am not from the usa.) anyways, I used a 500g tub off cottage cheese, 2 jars of spaghetti sauce, one tomato and basil one parmesan and Romano flavoured, I figured those would both give flavour to the lasagna as I didn't plan to use paramesen shredded cheese. The box of noodles I used was oven ready so they didn't have to be boiled (I have a feeling those with non cooked noddles didn't use the correct ones) my pan fit 3 noodles lengthwise and I broke 1 to fill the end, I repeated the layers one extra time as I had left over noodles, I almost ran out of cheese after about the 2nd layer so I would probably use another tub of cottage cheese next time. As we are cheese lovers here I think double the amount of the cheese would be better. I still had the reserved cheese for the top (I used a marble cheese instead of mozzarella) all in all it was a pretty decent lasagna, with a few tweaks I think it will be a family favouritve. I did increase the cooking time to 1 hr 25 to accommodate the extra layer, (1 hour 15, 10 uncovered) although I think I could have probably went a little less, I wanted to be sure it was cooked. The only other change I would make is to double the meat and maybe use 1 more jar of sauce! Thanks for the recipe!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 9, 2015
Classic Goulash
Very good recipe, didnt turn out as soupy or liquidy as in some in the pictures but overall pretty good. Only changes I made were to add Wors. sauce as others suggested and omitted the onion and used a tbsp of dried onion. No garlic on hand so didnt use it. Pretty filling and and will be a few meals for us!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 5, 2012
Egg in a Hole
Interesting how we all seem to have different names for this, we called it a hole in one and did it a little differently, cut out the hole(sometimes using cookie cutters for different shapes) buttered both sides and the circle or shape, placed in frying pan, added egg, s&p, fried, flipped, enjoyed! dont forget to fry the bread removed from the centre, yum!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 9, 2012
 
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