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Quick and Easy Grilled Potatoes
I liked this.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 17, 2014
'Calabacitas Guisada' (Stewed Mexican Zucchini)
OK, I made alterations to this but it doesn't diminish the deliciousness and easiness of the base recipe. I added a little shredded chicken, a little chicken stock, corn, instant rice, and stewed tomatoes (2 cans) that were spiced up with mild green chilis -- these are common in the supermarket. As a main dish, a party dish, a side dish, whatever, it was so good. Thanks for giving me the base recipe to work with -- awesome!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 28, 2014
Easy Beef Stroganoff
Hi! I know people hate it when you review a recipe and then add your own comments but since I am weight conscious I always look at these for ways to make them lighter. This is a great base recipe very similar to the one I use but here is how I change it: I use lean ground turkey rather than beef, I use mostly 2% milk instead of the sour cream, adding in only a T or two of nonfat sour cream at the end. For the veggies I use shallots as opposed to onions and a little garlic. I saute meat, onions, garlic together in a T or two of olive oil and a little pat of butter -- not much. I add in some worchestershire sauce and reduced sugar ketchup at the very end to taste. A tiny pinch paprika as well. As a timesaving tip, I saute the meat and all veggies in large saucepan first as already described and then add water/milk (as much as seems needed) and noodles next. Cover, let simmer until noodles are done, then add W sauce, ketchup and sour cream at the very last. My very picky kids eat this and it's much healthier and lighter this way. And it's good. I never feel deprived. Ladle it over a little lettuce (the crunch is a surprisingly good addition) and you've got yourself a very diet friendly meal.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 3, 2013
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