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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Broccoli Casserole
This is the broccoli casserole I ate as a youth, and maybe this is why I find this to be the best recipe ever for it! Many others use cheese spread or a variation of cheeses, but cheddar is best...preferably sharp. The only thing I feel could be left out without compromising the taste is the lemon juice...I've never noticed it with or without. Growing up in the South, this was a staple at not just Sunday dinner or holiday meals, but as an every night side dish. I have also tried different toppings other than Ritz crackers to see if it made a difference in taste. It does, Ritz is by far the cracker of choice to top off the casserole. This is even better the next day!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 22, 2012
Black Bean and Corn Quesadillas
Can't get much simpler and delicious! I used frozen corn, and the salsa I added was mango and peach. I did add the recommended amount of brown sugar, even with the sweet salsa I used. Loved it! I do recommend adding some cumin and chili powder for a nice little touch. Next time I plan on adding the small can of green chilies. It's easier for me to use 1 tortilla and only put the mixture on half and fold over. To get even easier, the mixture would freeze very well, and could be taken out for last minute meal plans.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 21, 2012
Chicken Milano
Very delicious and easy, a definite keeper. I did make changes so that it's even easier. I used a 16oz. jar of Classico Sun Dried Tomato Pesto instead of the separate tomatoes and basil. Also, I cooked the chicken first in a skillet with oil, and then proceeded with making the sauce in the same skillet. The chicken breasts I use don't cook in 8 minutes, but I brown them and finish in the oven to 160 degrees. The chicken is finishing up in the oven, the sauce is being made in the same pan, and the fettucini is cooking.....can't get much easier and tastier than that!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 23, 2010

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