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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Ricotta Cookies II
I have been making very similar cookies for years. I couldn't find my recipe so followed the one closest like it.ate the first batch , something wasn't right and I called my mother in law , which is Italian, and she told me right away - 1 tsp salt to dough and cut back on the vanilla or omit it ( my daughter likes better without vanilla in the dough)Huge difference!, just don't skip the salt ! They even rise better with it! Needed to bring the flavor out! Also, my mother in law's icing , superb! 2 cups sifted powdered sugar, 1/2 stick softened butter, 3 TBL milk( I use evaporated since I only have skim) , 1/4 tsp almond extract and 1/4 tsp vanilla extract , and beat. Hope you try it ?? Oh and p.s. Bake 13-14 min!!!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 23, 2014
Best Turkey Meatloaf
I have made many turkey meatloafs over the years but this one definitely is my favorite! Many family commented how delicious it was. I used 2.5 lb turkey and doubled the other ingredients. The only substitution is I used BBQ sauce instead of worcestershire just because I didn't have any on hand. I probably didn't measure the glaze ingredients . I just mixed it and i wanted to cover the entire top. I know it's simple ingredients but it's surprisingly very tasty and moist!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 12, 2014
Easy Ham and Cheese Appetizer Sandwiches
I've been making this recipe for 20 years (minus the poppyseeds , which get stuck in your teeth. Ha). I had to share the tip I received 20 years ago. I use a package of "finger" rolls or my favorite - the Hawaiian King rolls. They both have to be cut apart. All you do is slice the package of rolls horizontally in half so that the tops of the rolls are one big piece and the bottoms of the rolls are one piece. Just spread the butter mixture on either sheet of rolls and assemble. I use sliced ham (whatever is on sale) and slices of Swiss and layer. (Dont make the layer too thick. the rolls arent big enough to handle alot of meat ) . Put the sheet of tops onto the sandwich. Now you have 1 big sandwhich until they are cut. Lightly butter the tops and bake on a cookie sheet until golden (about 15-20 min) Take them out, cool a couple of minutes and , and with a knife, cut the rolls according to the shape of the roll. It' sounds like a lot but so much quicker than individual rolls and so much of a hit if you use the Hawaiian Rolls. I put the finished mini sandwiches back in the cardboard holder and back into the bag it came in, to transport. Sometimes I even bake them when I arrive at the gathering. People always ask about them!, give it a try!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 17, 2014

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