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Recipe Reviews 32 reviews
Broccoli Chicken Casserole II
Wow! Too funny! As I come to write a review, I notice that the recipe asked for THREE (3) cans of soup, but I only used ONE (1) can. OMG...! I can't imagine if I used what it asked for (3 cans)! I used cream of "mushroom" nonetheless and ONE (1) can was plenty with the amount mayo, curry powder and lemon juice it called for. Would have been way too soupy if I used the 3 cans it asked for. It was perfect and incredibly good! Husband hummed which means its REALLY REALLY good! - Instead of boiling the broccoli, I steamed the broccoli. - Instead of using chicken breasts, I boiled chicken legs and thighs then removed skin and bones. Instead of cutting into pieces, I just pulled apart pieces. - Steamed white rice and served the casserole over the rice.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 28, 2010
Pork Chop and Feta Skillet
Wow! This was fantastic. I actually took all the ingredients (just one lemon tho and more olive oil than recipe asks for) and blended them in a zipblock and let the porkchops marinate in the bag for a couple of hours. Then I cooked the dinner according to the recipe and added all the ingredients all over again to the meat in the pan (less one lemon). I minced the garlic, rosemary and basil and it turned out like a pesto, then rubbed it on top of meat. My husband raved about this meal as did I! It was sooo good. I think the marinating the pork made a huge difference!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 24, 2007
Cocktail Meatballs IV
Yah Baby!!!! I took others' advise and just bought frozen meatballs! I put them in a crockpot along with the recommended ingredients and (and a tiny bit of worcestershire sauce) in four hours they were ready to bring to the party!!! OMG! Sooooo good.....! The hit of the party - no doubt!!!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 20, 2007

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