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Recipe Reviews 8 reviews
Mexican Casserole
I had some canned chicken breasts (I know...not the greatest, but all I had and it was during a snow storm!) I was looking for a recipe using that and what I had on hand. Found this recipe and made it in a skillet. Did brown onion and garlic in some Pam and then added the chicken, corn, black beans, diced tomotatoes, grilled red pepper, and taco seasoning. OMG... it was delicious!!! I just put some in a bowl, topped it with a little shredded low fat cheese and then crumbled a few baked Tostito corn chips on top. It was awesome... definitely will make again. Great dish on a cold, snowy day!!!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 29, 2011
Cheeseburger Meatloaf
My mom has made her meatloaf like this for the past 40 years. Only difference is that she uses American cheese instead of shredded cheddar. Melts and tastes better to me.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 10, 2010
Brown Sugar Smokies
OMG... OUTSTANDING!!! I just made these as an appetizer for Christmas at my brother's. Because of so much to do, I decided to make them ahead of time. I read some of the reviews and this is what I did. I did buy the center cut bacon, as some suggested. I then took a long plastic bowl with the brown sugar and then added the smokies and cut bacon pieces. I couldn't find my broiler pan, so I put foil on a sided cookie sheet sprayed with Pam. I dredged the bacon pieces through the sugar and then rolled it around the smokie. I didn't use a toothpick or skewers, as some said that the bacon stayed put. I then sprinkled more brown sugar on top. I baked them for about 40 mins. and then tasted!!! Oh my... I could eat the entire pan and I am not a huge fan of hot dogs!!! Since there was a good amount of grease on the cookie sheet, I transferred the cooked smokies to a large corning ware dish (one that has the carrier and heat pack when you are taking it somewhere). This way, I can layer them and keep them in the frige and just heat them at my brothers on Christmas. Once I transferred them to the corningware dish, I also sprinkled some more brown sugar on them. Figure it will melt when I heat them. This is my first time making them and definitely won't be my last. They are a little time-consuming, but worth every bite!!!! Thanks!!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 23, 2008
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