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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Chicken Parmigiana
Wow! This was really tasty and simple. Something quick to make when you can't spend too much time figuring out what's for dinner. Also great on a toasted roll/hero as a sandwich. I varied the recipe a little by adding some parmesan cheese (big cheese lover that I am!), garlic powder, onion powder and some salt into the bread crumbs and then mixing it up before breading the chicken with it. Also added a little salt to the beaten egg to make sure the chicken wouldn't end up bland, but that's just my preference. In response to the one reviewer who wanted thicker breading, what I did was double dip the chicken - coat first with the bread crumbs, then dip into the beaten egg and re-coat with breadcrumbs before actually baking (this would require some more breadcrumbs and probably another egg). Excellent recipe! =]

60 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 3, 2002
Cream of Broccoli Soup IV
This soup was...ok. It's a little too garlicky I think, and overwhelms every other flavor in the soup--might need to be renamed to garlicky cream of broccoli soup...Also, not sure if this was my inexperience with cream soups (although I have made sauces with this same milk and flour base in the past) or the kind of margarine I used (Land O'Lakes Light), but the mixture of the flour and the melted butter never quite "thickened" for me. It actually became clumpy and stayed that way, even after adding all the other ingredients. I ended up having to fish out clumps of flour and butter...smashing them did no good, they just became pasty and regrouped into other clumps. Doubt I'll be making this again (at least with this recipe).

0 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 27, 2001
Light Turkey Salad
Not happy with this salad at all. Dressing was too mustardy, and the sweetness from the sugar made it taste weird. I used red onion instead of regular onion (I prefer it for salads). I won't be making this again.

27 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 15, 2001

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