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Buffalo Chicken Dip

Reviewed: Oct. 23, 2007
I am completely addicted to this dip!!! When I first made this recipe it was for a quick snack-like dinner...and then I ended up having it three more times that week! I use Texas Pete hot sauce and tortilla chips, but other than that I follow the recipe exactly. No changes necessary! From now on I will always keep these ingredients on hand for my future cravings. SO GOOD!!!
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Easy Slow Cooker French Dip

Reviewed: Oct. 23, 2007
I hate to say this, but I was disappointed with this recipe. I wanted so badly for it to be everything that all the ratings said. Perhaps it's just my experience, but the beer was just too overpowering.
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Cajun Chicken Pasta

Reviewed: Sep. 5, 2007
I've never really been an alfredo fan which is why this looked so appealing. That, and I had the ingredients and wanted something new and different. I'm so glad I tried it!!! Because my husband is the pickiest eater on the planet I had to remove all of the vegetables. I doubled the recipe because leftovers make my life much easier. I did, however, make a mistake and used tbls. instead of tsp. for the cajun seasoning (which explains why it was so much spicier than I expected). Whoops. I didn't quite have three cups of heavy cream so I threw in some half and half. The sauce seemed awfully thin to me so I thickened it with a little cornstarch. Surprisingly my husband still enjoyed it after explicitly telling me he didn't want anything too spicy. I think this one will definitely be showing up frequently on our dinner table.
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Anniversary Chicken I

Reviewed: Jun. 28, 2007
This was great. A treat for the taste buds. I had to make a few changes though. Since I didn't have any teriyaki sauce I borrowed a recipe from "Baked Teriyaki Chicken" on this website. I made sure it was nice and thick (which meant I didn't have to marinade it) and ended up mixing it with the ranch prior to putting it on the chicken. It's all going to end up that way anyway, right? I did not use any green onions, to my dismay, since my DH doesn't like them. I ended up waiting until the last 15 minutes before adding the cheese. It's definitely going to become a regular at my house. I served it with rice and green beans...add a little extra sauce on that rice and YUMMY!
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Chicken Enchiladas I

Reviewed: Feb. 22, 2007
Seeing as that I was born and raised in Texas I grew up with having the best Mexican food. Now that I live in NC I crave it constantly and the closest I can find is Taco Bell. Now, if you're looking for that authentic taste this is not the recipe for you. However, it is VERY good. After reading a ton of the reviews I did change some things. I think the biggest thing that I changed was I poached/boiled the chicken in a bunch of spices (which included Old Bay Seasoning, dried parsley, garlic powder, onion powder, and a packet of chicken bouillon). After the chicken was cooked through I shredded it and then went on with the recipe. CHICKEN: I used crushed tomatoes instead of the tomato sauce and also added a small can of enchilada sauce. I omitted the water, bell peppers, and taco sauce. I also added about two tbls. sugar (divided between chicken and sauce) because the enchilada sauce I bought was medium instead of mild. I also added a tsp. paprika. SAUCE: I used another small can of enchilada sauce with more sour cream and crushed tomatoes. I served it with refried beans which I think I will include inside the enchiladas next time.
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Husband's Delight

Reviewed: Jan. 13, 2007
I have been cooking this recipe for years. I remember it being one of the first things I ever made that didn't come out of a box and it's been a family favorite ever since. I will say that my recipe varies slightly. I use 3 green onions instead of regular and mix it with 2 cups sour cream and 8 oz cream cheese in a separate bowl. I also use 16 oz of tomato sauce instead of the diced tomatoes and mix with ground beef, a can of corn, 1 tsp sugar and salt, and 1/2 tsp pepper and Worcestershire sauce. I then layer (repeatedly and in this order) the cooked noodles, beef mixture, and the cream cheese mixture. I then top with a lot of cheddar cheese and bake until it bubbles (about 30 minutes).
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