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4-Bean Baked Beans
Maybe I did something wrong, but the beans were still pretty hard. I used pinto, white, and navy beans. The flavor was great, but I'll have to simmer the beans a little longer to get the tenderness even close to that of a can of baked beans. Will make again, but try in a crockpot.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 24, 2013
Chicken Pot Pie IX
This was delicious. I did listen to others and double the liquid (broth, celery seed, flour, and milk). I used 2 large chicken breast and cooked them in a little bit of olive oil and diced them up. Then I cooked the veges (a 16oz frozen bag of mixed veges and 2 potatoes diced up) in enough water to cover them and get them tender. Once veges were done, i added the cooked chicken to the them and the sauce. We had plenty of left over filling and the family enjoyed it with crackers as a soup. We did make mini pies in muffin tins (only did 9 pies with 2 9 inch pie crust shells). I did use the full 1/3 butter to saute only about a 3rd cup of onions (my family doesn't really care for them). I did season my chicken breast while cooking them and the entire dish was very flavorful. Will definitely make this dish again. Since it was so filling, we didn't serve anything on the side.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 8, 2013
Holly's Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole
I thought this recipe was delicious! My husband prefers the variation with the stove top stuffing on top, by my 6-yr old son and I loved it. I did half the recipe and it still filled up my 9 x 13 pyrex dish. I only used 1.5lbs of chicken since I am a little conservative on the meat in our house and used a high quality ham (really yummuy). I did cook my chicken breast most of the way through before adding to the dish as others suggested and the dish still took the entire time for the flavors to meld. I used 8oz of muenster cheese slices in the middle and 8oz of mozzerella in the top layer because that's what I had at home. I did omit the mushrooms, green onions and additional 2tb of butter on top as my family doesn't like these veges and I didn't want to open a new stick of butter. Overall... yummy dish and will make again. Maybe the veges will help blend some of the salty taste from the ham and cream of chicken soup.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 5, 2013
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