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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Three Bean Slow Burn Chili
Quick, easy, inexpensive, and flavorful. I'm not a lover of overly spicy food, so I used one seeded jalapeno pepper instead of the 4 habaneros. I also got the chili beans and salsa in the mild flavor. Ended up using about a 1/4cup of chili powder and added about 1/8 cup of garlic and onion powder. The recipe didn't specify if we are suppose to drain the canned beans and tomatoes... I didn't drain some of my cans of tomatoes and my chili was a little too soupy so I had to add another can of drained beans... so my advice is to drain everything except the chili beans. The salsa will add the right about of liquid back into the chili. I served ours with sour cream and cheese, the end result was yummy with a little kick... no burn.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 15, 2012
World's Best Lasagna
Great lasagna! I followed the recipe almost exactly except for the following: I used ground turkey and turkey sweet Italian sausage, added about a tsp of garlic and onion powder, and used fresh basil (about 6-7 chopped leaves). I also added a few shakes of nutmeg to the ricotta and soaked the lasagna noodles in water like other reviewers suggested. I was also going to use fresh pasta but I couldn't find it. Fresh pasta tastes much better than dry so get it if you have it in your store and don't mind spending the extra money. I doubled the recipe, used a 12x16in pan and made 3 layers. Some people mention that they had a lot of sauce remaining. I had about 2 cups. We just poured some on top of our lasagna and dug in.

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 16, 2012
Ranch Burgers
These burgers were good, but as the other reviewers noted, we did not taste the ranch at all. I used 2 packs of the ranch and only 1/4 cup of the crushed crackers. We also cooked them in the oven instead of the grill. They burgers were moist and tasty... but I wouldn't call it a ranch burger. I believe part of the problem is that using a whole chopped onion is too much. I loooove onions, but I think the flavor of the onion is partially responsible for us not being able to taste the ranch. Next time, I plan on using 3 packs of ranch, and only half of a small onion.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 21, 2011

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