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Recipe Reviews 17 reviews
Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings
It is a pretty good base recipe. As it stands, without modifications, it is a little bland with too many dumplings. I found one package of biscuits was more than enough to feed my family of four with extra servings for everyone and left overs to boot. I did add some water mixed with a couple of tablespoons of flour into it when I added the biscuits, because it looked a bit runny. And I had to cook the dough longer than 30 minutes to cook all the way through. I suggest making the dough balls small, as they expand quite a bit in the mixture. It really needs some other flavoring though. Our taste lead me to add: salt, fresh cracked pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, and paparika. I also like to make complete meals, so I added a couple of carrots, diced, and a cup or so of frozen corn. Like I said, it is a good base recipe.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 28, 2009
World's Best Peanut Butter Fudge
I am not a candy maker - at all!!! And I am not a great baker. This recipe was so easy. I even fudged (pun intended!) on the amounts of each ingredient. I didn't want to measure out the exact ounces of peanut butter and marshmellow creme, so I just adjusted by eye balling it. I didn't use a candy thermometer, and if I had one, I wouldn't know what temp it should even be! I don't know if you normally put flour in fudge, but it turned out great, so I say go for it! My husband wasn't excited about me making this, but now he keeps sneaking more. If I had to guess the key to my success, it was really letting the milk, sugar, butter mixture get to a good boil and then letting it cook for quite a while at that boiling point, constantly stirring. I cooked this mixture for about 7-8 minutes once it reached a good boil. I didn't pre mix any of the other ingredients, just added them after I took the milk mixture off the stove. The peanut butter and marshmellows melted into the mixture just fine and came out smooth. Then I added the flour and poured it all into a greased pan. I left it on the counter to cool for a couple of hours and viola - yummy fudge! If this recipe were any more complicated, I wouldn't make it!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 23, 2007
Mexican Rice II
All I can say is YUM!!! I have Mexican rice in restaurants and it has always been just OK; an OK side to the meal. And I have tried the boxed Mexican rice from the store and that was boring. So we tried this and it was great! My 3 year old loved it and he has to be the pickiest eater on the planet!!! Followed the recipe exactly, except I had jasmine rice, so I used that. It never fluffed up, but still amazing.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 18, 2007

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