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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Chicken Pot Pie II
Classic chicken pot pie flavor, just as I remembered from years ago. I used one onion and then doubled everything else, and used a 9x13 pan. I used frozen chicken tenderloins on foil-lined cookie sheets, straight into the oven at 375 until cooked--I don't know... roughly a half hour, little less. Very easy to prepare the chicken this way while preparing the rest of the recipe on the stovetop. I sliced the (2) pie crusts into strips and covered the rectangular shape of the pan. After the onion and celery were sauteed, I pureed them with a stick blender because I have an "onion hater". The sauce turned out smooth and creamy. This was a simple, simple meal that turned out great. Thanks!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 26, 2007
Easy Peach Cobbler II
I found this recipe to be very quick and easy, and everyone loved the cobbler. The topping did not appear to be bread slices--a nice bonus as it looked more complicated than it really was. I used canned peaches and drained the juice, as the recipe suggests, and there was no shortage of juice in the final product. If you don't drain much, you could be faced with a soupy cobbler. I will be making this often.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 19, 2007
Butterscotch Pudding I
This was quite good and I had no trouble. I actively--but not "athletically"--whisked this, and turned down the heat a little bit when I felt it start to thicken on the bottom of the pan. In my case, I did not need to wait for the pudding to boil, as it had thickened (spoon test) before boiling. I will certainly make this again.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 17, 2005
 
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