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Baked Chicken Nuggets

Reviewed: Jan. 25, 2015
Made a few adjustments and wanted to share! First of all, I used parchment paper instead of a a greased cookie sheet they did crisp up but I did flip them after 10 min and then cooked other side about 7 min. I halved the Basil and thyme, added some garlic powder. And they were really good but my 6 year old didn't love them! . The thyme is still strong. FYI. Still a pretty good baked nugget when adjusted to taste
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Ricotta Cookies II

Reviewed: Dec. 23, 2014
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!
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Best Turkey Meatloaf

Reviewed: Jul. 12, 2014
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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Easy Ham and Cheese Appetizer Sandwiches

Reviewed: Jan. 17, 2014
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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Mom's Best Pork Chops

Reviewed: Sep. 12, 2013
My picky 5 yr old loved it. Used center cut chops but pounded them out a little. Baked 27 minutes total. Maybe could have been a few min less. Put seasoning in cracker crumbs - added paprika. Used 2 sleeves of crackers for 4 chops and still used same amount of seasonings. If you use 3 or more sleeves of crackers, may want to add additional amount of seasoning to have a lot of flavor.
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Honey-Mustard Macaroni Salad

Reviewed: Aug. 4, 2013
This was as good as "Old Fashioned" macaroni salad. I did everything by the recipe except the eggs. Just wanted to mention that the milk makes the dressing very creamy but it takes about an hour for it to set up. We did eat it right away and it was delicious, but was a little runny. In 1 hour it was absorbed, rich and creamy!!!
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Spaghetti Diablo with Shrimp

Reviewed: Jul. 1, 2013
I loved this even more than I expected so I had to write a review. I didn't have any wine on hand so I used 1 cup of Ginger Ale instead (since I was adding Broccoli, I thought a little extra liquid would be good ). Worked great ! Also steamed some fresh broccoli and put that in the pot the last 10 minutes along with the "uncooked" shrimp. After shrimp cooked through , I threw in the pasta. Was delish ! Restaurant quality. Followed everything else . Already called my sister and told her about it! Thanks!
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Baked Butter Herb Perch Fillets

Reviewed: Dec. 3, 2012
I just made this recipe for the 2nd time. I used Panko bread crumbs instead of saltines (just for convenience) and it was awesome! My teen and toddler loved it. I guess it would be great for any white fish!
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Deep-Fried Turkey Marinade

Reviewed: Dec. 3, 2012
This is my second year and 3rd time making this recipe exactly as written. We love it! I made a second turkey this year with an alternative recipe that included an 8 hour brine and different rub. This was definitely the favorite. I think I will quit looking for different recipes. Just bring the oil to 350 before submerging the turkey. Then just don't let the oil go below 325. It should hover between 325-350 degrees at 3 min. per lb plus 3 minutes. Turkey will be around 155 degrees when you take it out and will rise to 165 by the end of a 30 min. resting period. I've tried about 6 deep fried turkeys now so I hope these tips help. This rub is perfect!!!
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Ricotta Cheese Cookies

Reviewed: Nov. 19, 2012
A similar recipe has been in my family for years that is a better version of this. And the secret to the icing is 1/2 tsp. vanilla, 1/2 tsp almond extract, 3 TBL milk and 2 cups sifted powdered sugar. The icing is the perfect texture and sets up perfectly. -- We also do not add vanilla to the cookie! They are a hit and every event. You will give 5 start if you do this!!!
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