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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Spicy Fry Sauce
Very good! I think I might try replacing the cayenne with chipotle, as I love the fry sauce from the Mad Pita, here in Southern Utah.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 12, 2014
Marie's Easy Slow Cooker Pot Roast
I tried this recipe the last time I made pot roast. I prefer a bone-in roast, as I think it is more flavorful. To the soup mix in a measuring cup I add 1/4c red wine and 3/4c water. I cut slits in the roast and insert slivers of fresh garlic, then sprinkle season salt, fresh ground black pepper, Itallian seasoning, and a light dusting of flour on one side and brown that side of the roast in a dutch oven with about 1T oil, while seasoning and flouring the top side before flipping over and browning the other side, then transfer it to the crock pot, pour the soup mixture over it and sprinkle with 1 chopped onion and 1 thinly sliced carrot and thinly sliced celery stalk. About an hour before roast is done I add baby carrots amd baby potatoes (no need to peel) from the bag and half a bag of frozen pearl onions, turn the heat from low to high and cook for an hour more or until vegetables and meat are tender, then remove meat and vegetables and arrange on a platter. The flour and juices left in the pot create a nice light gravy that can be served alongside to pour over meat and vegetables.

7 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 15, 2013
World's Best Lasagna
This lasagne recipe is truly the best! Note: "Sweet" Italian sausage is also called "Mild" depending on the brand. It's the same thing. I prefer the "Hot" myself, as I think it adds more flavor. I double the garlic and I use a Parmesan/Romano blend to sprinkle only on the top layer. My grandma, mom and I all layer the same way: A little sauce on the bottom of the pan, noodles, more sauce, Mozzarella, Ricotta (I just dollop a spoonful on top of each Mozzarella slice because it spreads out while it's cooking). Noodles sauce, Mozzarella, Ricotta. Noodles, sauce, Mozzarella, Ricotta, and finish with Parmesan and Romano on top. I use 3 noodles per layer (9). My friends frequently ask me if they can come over for lasange dinner. One friend even paid me to make it for her father's birthday.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 4, 2013

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