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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Asiago Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta
We really liked this recipe. I didn't really change much, but I did change a few things-mostly quantities. Definitely more cheese--how can it be an asiago cream sauce with only a T of asiago cheese? =) I almost wonder if that was a typo-I probably used almost a cup, then sprinkled more on top when finished. I used less butter to saute the onions-1/4 cup would have been too much. I also used half and half for the last cup of cream, and didn't do the parsley. Oh, and used reg yellow onion. A little more garlic, but I always do more garlic. The sun dried tomatoes I used were packed in oil, so no need to soften-just rinse well. I used precooked bacon, as I had a lot of that on hand. Plus, it is a little bit healthier than reg bacon, although really-in a dish like this, who is counting? I cooked the chicken breast in a little bit of olive oil, with salt and pepper, instead of grilled chicken. then sliced against the grain. I used that pan for the sauteing of onions etc. I wonder the reason at the end for adding a cup of cream, then adding in the asiago cream sauce. Couldn't you just do three cups of cream in the beginning, and omit that step? I make cream sauce a lot, and have never seen this.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 6, 2013
Mini Ham And Cheese Rolls
Made these for the super bowl, and they were wonderful! But they were the best leftover! Trying it either the original way (drizzling butter mix over), or using suggestion to put butter mix inside, or both--they are really yummy. I don't like chopped ham, so I used regular ham from the deli, and a quarter slice of swiss per roll.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 8, 2011
Debdoozie's Blue Ribbon Chili
I typically use a pretty complicated Williams Sonoma recipe for chili, with a long list of ingredients. But one cold night I wanted a simple recipe. I don't know if I'll make the complicated one again, this was so good! Well, yeah I will, but not as often. =) The first time I used medium Pace sauce, because the kids weren't home, and it was perfect for us. Today I'm making it with mild, since the kids will be home and I think it will be fine for them.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 21, 2011

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