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Hot Chicken Sandwiches II

Reviewed: Jan. 11, 2006
I give this recipe 4 stars but would give it a 3 as written - I made a lot of modifications :). I used boneless skinless chicken breasts (2), 1 can reduced sodium cream of chicken soup, 1/2 cup water, and 1/2 box stove top stuffing. I tasted it at this point and thought it was very salty and also that it needed a little something extra. I mixed in some cooked noodles (kluski) and put it in a casserole dish. I covered it with the rest of the stuffing (moistened) and a bit of cheddar cheese. Cooked at 400 for 20 minutes and served with green beans. I would probably make this again in a pinch because I usually have the ingredients on hand and my husband liked it. Not something I would serve to company but I might take it to a potluck :)
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Chocolate Spoons

Reviewed: Dec. 7, 2005
Yummy :) I make these using spoon molds (I'm not sure where you get them; my mother-in-law gave them to me) and a special kind of chocolate that is used for the molds (higher amount of parafin so that the chocolate hardens and keeps its shape). One note - when making this recipe, make sure you use a high quality (i.e. name brand) of chocolate chips; the store brand doesn't seem to harden back up enough and you end up with a bit of a gooey mess :)
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Original Chex® Party Mix

Reviewed: Sep. 23, 2005
Yum! The classic chex mix - can't get any better! This recipe can be modified in so many ways and it still tastes delicious :) I used club snack sticks broken up instead of bagel chips and used goldfish brand pretzels - just the right size! Also, couldn't find wheat chex at my local grocery store so I just adjusted the others to make up for the loss. Again, yum! :)
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Peach Cobbler I

Reviewed: Aug. 15, 2005
Yum! I cut this recipe in half and tried to make it a bit healthier :) I used 1T low fat margarine, reduced the sugar in the dry ingredients to half, and did not put any sugar on the peaches. Cooked in an 8x8 square dish for 30 minutes - perfect!
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Zesty Chicken Meatloaf

Reviewed: Aug. 10, 2005
Interesting twist on meatloaf...I was very skeptical when my husband made this for me, but it's fantastic!
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Chicken Enchiladas V

Reviewed: Aug. 10, 2005
Good recipe - I agree with the other reviewers who said that it could use some more filling for each tortilla - they come out a bit dry. Great overall and I will definitely make again!
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Pseudo Sourdough for the Bread Machine

Reviewed: Aug. 10, 2005
Great bread! Was a little sweeter than the typical sourdough, but a great bread. I used fat free sour cream and added fresh minced garlic and fresh rosemary to the dough - yum!
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Award Winning Soft Chocolate Chip Cookies

Reviewed: Jul. 26, 2005
Yum! These cookies turn out soft and delicious. I sometimes use vanilla pudding - I think that due to the pudding they do not look done when they are, so be careful not to overcook. My favorite is to use chocolate pudding and to put in 1/2 chocolate chips and 1/2 peanut butter chips. I cut the recipe down to 18 cookies (reduced it by 4x) and then use 1 pkg. sugar free pudding mix (rather than the 1/2 package it calls for).
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Shrimp and Asparagus

Reviewed: Jul. 19, 2005
Good, but it seemed kindof bland (probably the changes I made). There really isn't anything to give it flavor except the butter, and I left that out. I would add more lemon juice next time, and maybe some other spice (although I'm new to shrimp so I'm not sure what you add to it...). I used butter flavored cooking spray instead of oil to saute the garlic and added some pasta-water with the lemon juice to cook the shrimp. Overall a good recipe, husband liked it, so 4 stars - I will make it again.
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Ciabatta

Reviewed: Jul. 12, 2005
Yum! I used all-purpose flour and it still turned out great. Dough is EXTREMELY sticky and therefore a bit difficult to work with, but worth the effort! I attempted to transfer from a cookie sheet to the baking stone without parchment paper (didn't have any) and ended up deflating one of the loaves in the process as it folded over on itself. It came out a bit dense but still had a crisp crust and a chewy inside. The other loaf turned out wonderful.
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Jamaican Jerk Pork Chops with Island Salsa

Reviewed: Jun. 18, 2005
YUM! I have made this recipe twice now, and my guests both times raved about it. I premixed the peppers, pineapple, and beans and let sit in the fridge for a couple of hours so that the flavors would meld. I have tried this with both chicken and pork chops and both ways were great. Serve over white rice. Make sure you have plenty of milk handy because the jerk seasoning provides quite a kick!
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Hawaiian Bread II

Reviewed: May 31, 2005
This bread was very tasty! I cut the recipe in half, so I used one egg and one egg white. I also used applesauce for half of the butter. Maybe it was due to my substitutions, but the bread was not able to be formed into loaves after proofing the first time. I had to pour it out of the bowl because it was more batter-like than doughy. Regardless, the bread rose nicely the second time and baked up wonderfully. I also did not have any ginger so I left it out - I think it would be good either way. I served this with Jamaican Jerk Pork Chops from this site and it made a wonderful tropical meal!
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Fantastic Black Bean Chili

Reviewed: May 24, 2005
Great healthy chili recipe! I thought it could have used a bit more kick (maybe a jalapeno or some more chili powder) but husband said it was the best chili he's ever had, so 5 stars :) I used 2 cans black beans and one can kidney beans, and used diced instead of crushed tomatoes (what I had on hand). Turned out great, and makes a ton!
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Health Nut Oatmeal Cookies

Reviewed: May 23, 2005
Yummy :) I also replaced 1/2 of the butter with applesauce, and they turned out fine. I reduced the sugar to 1/2 cup, added a bit of cinnamon and omitted the salt (i was using dry roasted sunflower seeds which were already plenty salty). I also omitted the hazelnuts (husband doesn't like) and flax seeds (almost $8.00 at my local store for the amount needed!). Tasty cookie. If you don't particularly like the taste of nutmeg, I would suggest reducing it by at least 1/2, as these are very nutmeggy cookies. I like the flavor, though, so thought they were delicious.
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Pizza Crust Fantastico

Reviewed: May 20, 2005
YUM! This crust is amazing. I couldn't find corn flour, so I used threw some corn meal in the blender to make it more fine, and used that. The dough (as other reviewers have said) was extremely sticky, almost more like a batter than a dough at first. I added 1/2 cup more each of all purpose and wheat flours, and then added more flour as necessary while kneading to make it smooth. My husband just has sauce and cheese on his half, while I topped mine with sauce, thin sliced roma tomatoes, broccoli, and mozzarella cheese. It was fantastico! :)
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Taco Casserole

Reviewed: Apr. 30, 2005
I loved this, hubby was indifferent, so 5 stars from me...by the end of the meal he said it was growing on him. I added 1 cup frozen corn and 1 can black beans and it was great. I also used lean ground turkey (98% lean) instead of ground beef to make it healthier, and used 2% milk cheese. We didn't have any sour cream so I added some fat free cottage cheese to mine to cool down the spice a little. Makes a ton! Enough for at least 4 meals for 2 people. Very goulash-like in consistency.
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Stuffed Shells IV

Reviewed: Mar. 16, 2005
Great recipe! It could maybe use a bit more flavor, maybe some more garlic or some italian seasonings would help to spice it up a bit :). Instead of turkey I used 1/2 lean ground beef (93% lean) and 1/2 lowfat sausage. I also used fat free cottage cheese to reduce the fat content even more (though for stuffed shells, this was amazingly healthy). My husband loved that there was meat in the shells, and it made tons of filling, so each shell was very full. You can maybe reduce the amount of cheese on top because it comes out very cheesy, but we liked it this way. I made the filling ahead of time and refrigerated it, and it was so easy to put together! Two thumbs way up on this recipe - goes in my permanent box!
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Apple Rosemary Pork Tenderloin

Reviewed: Feb. 25, 2005
Delicious twist on the usual saltier taste of pork tenderloin - the sweetness of the apple goes perfectly with the pork. Smells WONDERFUL while cooking!
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Smooth Cauliflower Soup

Reviewed: Feb. 25, 2005
Yum! I have made this twice and the second time omitted the parsley (I thought it was a bit too strong with it). Top it off with a bit of cheese and serve with a salad and some bread and you have yourself a very nice winter meal :)
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Oatmeal and Wheat Flour Blueberry Pancakes

Reviewed: Feb. 25, 2005
These were pretty tasty, but I had to tweak the recipe a bit - the batter was extremely thin and the first few pancakes were flat. However, I added a bit more flour, and that helped. They are a very dense pancake rather than light and fluffy like buttermilk, but I prefer them dense, so this recipe gets 5 stars :)
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