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Black Beans and Pork Chops

Reviewed: Apr. 7, 2013
Great recipe! Probably would have been great as is, but my husband ad I wanted to add veggies and more spice. I seasoned the pork (I used Pork Loin, bone in) with Adobo w/ Sazon seasoning, pepper, garlic, and dried onion flakes.I also added the following (in addition to the beans and salsa) to pork chops after browned: more seasoning/onions, can of diced tomatoes (slightly drained), and chopped jalapeno and red peppers. Served with rice, sour cream and a lime. I nixed the cilantro just because I didn't have it and it was still good; next time I will use cilantro.
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Guacamole Deviled Eggs

Reviewed: Sep. 9, 2012
We loved these (we also love both guacamole and deviled eggs) - but I ended up with way too much filling (pretty good with chips). Next time I'll try one avocado (small) or less. The ratio was actually very good, but I think I'd like more egg flavor too. Things I changed: lots of green Tabasco (2 tsp at least), one full jalapeno, 1/4 red pepper finely chopped and a couple extra dashes of Worcestershire and mustard (might not need more with one less avocado).
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Bow Tie Pasta with Tomato Tuna Sauce

Reviewed: Jul. 16, 2012
I like the concept but changed it up quite a bit just based on what I had and the reviews - my husband and I loved it. I used about 8 oz or so of shells (I cooked at 13.5 oz box but didn't need it all; probably used a little more than half just enough to be covered by the sauce). In a skillet I combined 2 cups of homemade pasta sauce (garlic, peppers, onions, tomatoes) with an extra can of diced tomatoes, 1/4 cup shredded parm, 1 cup edamame (peas would work too), a sprinkling of italian bread, crumbs, 2 tbs of lemon juice, and two cans of tuna plus salt/pepper/crushed red pepper to taste. I simmered for about 10 minutes, then combined with the shells and put into the baking dish. Covered with rest of parmasan and some more italian breadcrumbs; baked at 350 for 12 minutes until cheese was melted.
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