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Crispy Ketchup-Mustard Chicken

Reviewed: Jul. 3, 2005
This did not turn out well for me. Perhaps I coated the chicken too heavily with the ketchen/mustart sauces and cereal? I added cumin, oregano, and chili powder to the sauce and it tasted OK. Maybe less mustard and more ketchup would help. I coated some of the chicken with crushed cereal rather than not. Regardless, it looked pretty unappealing the pan and tasted a few degrees south of 'okay'. I plan to rinse the sauce & batter from the remaining chiken and recycle it into a salad.
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Squash Casserole I

Reviewed: Jul. 29, 2012
Instead of simmering in water, I saute onion, squash (and/or zucchini), garlic, and a jalapeno in either a small amount of oil or some of the butter, covering the pan to bring out the liquid in the squash/zucchini until the squash is tender. To make it healthier, I typically use a low fat/low sodium cream of (whatever) soup, light sour cream & lessen the amount of butter by at least 1 T. If I've got it on hand, I use Italian seasoned bread crumbs.
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Dan's Slow Cooker Ham and White Bean Soup

Reviewed: Feb. 2, 2015
Quite good with some modifications, mostly because of what I had on hand. Ingredient changes were: 1.5# sliced ham, fresh mushrooms, a slightly larger can of green chilies, 3 carrots, 2T Italian Herb seasoning (in place of fresh rosemary, parsley & thyme), 1t Old Bay w/ Blackened Seasoning (in place of Creole), 1T Morton Nature's Seasons blend (in place of white pepper, black pepper, and salt), port instead of dry red wine & omitted black beans, corn, brown sugar & cayenne. In Step 1, I sauteed leek and garlic with the ham to develop more flavor. I'm guessing the 'water to cover' for me was ~2C. The house smelled great while the slow cooker did its magic. The end result was a hearty & savory dish that has some zing (from the artichokes and chilies, I guess) so its neither sweet nor too spicy. Great for winter lunches and suppers!
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