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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Fettuccine Alfredo V
it's a keeper. thick, heavy, rich & cheesy, but sometimes you're in the mood for that. after reading 3 pages of reviews, i started conservative: tried with 3 minced cloves, could use more. next time will step it up to 4. used bagged grated parm (it's what i had on hand), no clumping or seperation issues, here's how i did it: stirred constantly, whisk at first, switched to a soft spatula as it got thicker. added cream slowly off heat, whisking. back on med heat until bubbly, then add cream/egg mix, added very slowly while whisking. added dash of nutmeg, and less than 1t parsley. could use more of both. the on/off heat thing may be a function of my crappy cooktop. used less than 1 cup of parm. quite 'cheesy' at that. hubby rated my conservative version at 4 stars. maybe we'll add spinach next time, definitely more garlic.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 9, 2007
Slow Cooker Oatmeal
i read the reviews before i made this, and decided to add 2 tablespoons of butter to keep it from sticking to the crock. it either worked, or my slow cooker is not suceptible to sticking. i cooked it on low overnight, 9 hours, and it was fantastic. i made it again the next night with chopped apple added before cooking. if you do this, make sure to reduce the water by about 3/4 of a cup.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 5, 2007
Cajun Chicken Pasta
wonderful!! made mine with roasted red pepper and a few sun dried tomatoes. sauce was made with half and half, and turned out a bit thinner than expected, but was well absorbed by the pasta, and not at all a problem once assembled. for cajun spice, i used paul prudhommes poultry magic, and drenched it!! next time I'm going to try it with shrimp and substitute buttermilk.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 23, 2006

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