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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Chicken With Mushrooms
I used cream of mushroom soup, garlic, wine and extra seasoning as others suggested. I still found it very bland and not worth the time and effort. Better and faster recipes are out there with chicken and mushrooms.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 12, 2013
"Pantry Raid" Chicken Enchilada Casserole
Mine became a Chicken Chili, but it is comfort food and good! I cooked 2 LARGE chicken breasts in a crock pot (probably 2/3 lbs each) and cooked them under the tomato sauce, Taco seasoning, chili powder, I used broth instead of water and following some of the suggestions in the reviews I added paparika, 1 diced onion, some garlic and a small can of green diced chilies. I cooked the chicken this way on low for 1 hour and then on high for 2+ more hours. Chicken turned out perfectly and still moist - I was able to put it on a cutting board and cube it before putting it back in the crock pot. Once I added the beans I figured I wouldn't be able to fit a good cornbread layer in my small crock pot, so I opted to cook the cornbread in a glass 9x9 in the oven. This also left me just enough room in the crock pot to add a bit of diced red & yellow peppers and I declared it to be chicken chili. Wonderful, favorful and hardy. The Jiff cornbread just took it over the top. Next time I wouldn't bother with the cream cheese - you can't taste it and I would just serve sour cream and cheese on top.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 23, 2013
Beef and Pasta
Very easy/quick and reasonably good. I sauted 1/2 diced onion in the pan prior to cooking the hamburger. After tasting the finished product, I added the onion back into the dish along with some onion salt. I agree with those who say it needs a little more something - perhaps a 2nd can of diced tomatoes with more seasoning? Sauted baby portabella mushrooms or perhalps switch out the hamburger for italian sausage?

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Reviewed On: Sep. 19, 2013
 
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