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Angel's Ravioli Alfredo with Mushrooms

Reviewed: Oct. 17, 2010
This was super simple and super easy to make. I didnt have to do much work, I just popped open my alfredo sauce, boiled my pasta. The only thing I had to do was chop my garlic and cook it in the butter with my already sliced mushrooms. I didnt use as much alredo sauce, prolly only 4 table spoons because I like my sauces light. I added the alfredo to the butter sautee mixture and I got a great buttery taste with the pasta, it was tasty!! Next time Ill skip the onions and red pepper flakes, they add a nice texture, but I thought the taste took away from the reall awesome sauce mixture.
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Won Tons

Reviewed: Sep. 17, 2010
Fabulous dish! Simple to make and totally tasty. I didnt have won ton wrappers on hand but lumpia/spring roll wrappers instead. I didnt get the same taste of a won ton wrapper but the crisp certainly was there and that made me a happy camper. Great tasting recipe but dont cheap out on the crab meat like I did, it adds a nice balance and texture to the mix and I wished I had bought more, lol.
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The Best Stuffed Mushrooms

Reviewed: Aug. 27, 2010
TASTY! I admit I was skeptical when I was trying out the cream cheese before it baked, but after the mushrooms coming out of the oven I couldnt help myself. I add a sprinke or two of mozerella cheese to the mixture and it came out really well, and I got that nice melted cheese taste to it. I topped the top of the mushrooms with panko bread crumbs to give it an extra crunch with the parm cheese and it was delicious! Thanks for sharing!
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Garlic Chicken Fried Chicken

Reviewed: Aug. 24, 2010
delicious! Yummy Yummy! I cook mainly for myself so I dont have to worry about left overs and I usually dont cook the same recipe twice in a row- but I cooked this for two nights straight. Thats how good it was! I upped the Paprika just a smidge because I like some hotness to my food, and I double coated the chicken breast to give it an extra cripsy layer. Good recipe! thank you for sharing!
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Cilantro and Garlic Potatoes

Reviewed: Aug. 24, 2010
These are great! I snack on them or if Im feeling super guilty like Ill eat a whole batch for myself! The only thing I do different if is that I dont add the lemon juice to the oil in step two, I usually top the tatter off with a good squeeze since I love the taste of lemon so much!
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Monkey Tails

Reviewed: Aug. 13, 2010
Gotta say, I had some major ISSUES when I first tried out this recipes...I went through TWO bags of chocolate chips and they all BURNT. Yes, you can burn chocolate, haha. But after finding some easy fix tips this recipe turned out AMAZING. First off, DO NOT try to melt you chocolate in 30 second intervals- ten secodns intervals is recomended if youre going to use the microwave. Its a pain to stop and go for that long but I promise you, you wont burn your chocolate like I did. Secondly, you can use a double boiler, basically find a pot or soemthing that can withsand boiling water heat and place it ON TOP of your pot of your boiling water- youll have a consistent heart source so your chocolate wont harden as quickly and you dont have to worry about it melting (I highly recomend using the double boiler method!). Last tip! If you find that your chocolate is still hard and isnt having a "melty shine" to it (basically its not very liquidy) slowly add canola oil - about a table spoon each you feel like you need it-to the mixture as you stir. It loosens up the chocolate and makes it much easier to work with and you get the right texture for the chocolate; this works if youre melting your chocolate on a double boiler or in the microwave- add the canaola oil every ten seconds interval for microwaves and whenever you feel lik you need it on the oven. Did a batch of white chocolate bananas and they were DIVINE.
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Pepperoni Burgers

Reviewed: Jul. 14, 2010
Really simply, really good! I followed the recipe exactly and it turned out great! The only thing I would change is the size of the pepperoni- for my taste I wasnt getting enough of the pepperoni so I would either add more or NOT mince it, instead cut it in bigger chunks
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New England Crab Cakes

Reviewed: Jul. 14, 2010
Tasty! Next time Ill follow the direcionts exactly- I left out the mayo and I felt I was missing texture and my cakes were having a hard time sticking together.
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Lemon Pasta Sauce

Reviewed: Jul. 8, 2010
YUMMY! I was in love with it. I made the mistake of adding a bit of flour to cream to thicken it up, but I regretted doing it. Next time I make this Ill be following the directions EXACTLY. NOTHING needs to be changed. I made this recipe with angel hair pasta with grilled chicken and topped of with bacon crumbles and it was delicious! So glad I found this recipe!
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Bacon Chicken and Dumplings

Reviewed: Jul. 7, 2010
This reminded me of my dad's chicken and dumpings- with that said, I liked the recipe but there were a few things that DIDNT work out for me. Having to cook the tatters and chickens and extra parts of the stew for 15 min in step 2 is something I will NOT do again, it over cooked the veggies and chicken. Another thing I would change is that I would add flour or corn starch to the half and half, it allows the liquid to thicken up. I didnt add flour the first time and my "stew" turned out very liquidy, more like a soup instead of a stew. Other then that I loved the recipe and tasted exactly like how I remember chicken and dumplings!
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