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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Scalloped Corn and Bacon Casserole
This really is a great recipe. These proportions seem to be for a family that likes a creamy casserole. Doubling up on the crackers won't be near too much. Taking out about 25% of the milk is best if you are not draining the creamed corn. It's enough bacon but a few extra slices never hurt anyone :) and don't be afraid to overcook it. You are going to want that firm bite. I cooked this for ages, you really can't overcook it, as long as your poking it every 10 minutes or so after the first hour. Thanks for posting this recipe, it's really fun to play with and customize.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 2, 2013
Parmesan Chicken II
I thought this recipe was great. The only downside if i could find any is the parmesan graduates from sharp to mellow flavoring. It still tastes great but as a lover of sharp cheese I was slightly disappointed. I finely diced 1.5 cups off a block of parm and added .5 cup pre-shredded. The best part of the dish is the chicken comes out FRIED. My theory is the oils expelling from the cheese under that heat seep in and fry the chicken. BOTTOM LINE GREAT DISH! and you can do anything you want too that parm mix to uniquely flavor it :)

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Reviewed On: Jan. 24, 2013

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