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Simple Turkey Chili

Reviewed: Jan. 8, 2013
This was a HIT! I slightly modified it based on prior reviews and also to accommodate preparing it in the crock pot. I omitted the olive oil since I wasn't going to be sauteing it. I doubled the recipe but used only one onion and only 1 cup of chicken broth instead of the recommended amount of water. I used smoked paprika instead of regular. Omitted the cayenne and black pepper because I have sissy's in the household lol. And I added 1 can of diced green chilis without the juice and one diced red bell pepper. Put it in the crock pot on high for 4 hrs. It was sooooo good everyone was asking for the recipe!! The only thing I'll do different next time (and there WILL be a next time) is to add another can of beans, a little more salt and consider omitting the broth altogether because I like it a little thicker yet!
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Paella

Reviewed: Jan. 19, 2011
I used this recipe as a starting point based on the ingredients I had on had and our dietary choices (we don't eat chicken or sausage). It was delicious though and appreciate the fantastic inspiration! These are the changes I made: I used Swai fish as the only meat and followed the directions that applied to shrimp for preparation, shredding it into chunks when fully cooked. I also didn't have (or couldn't find) salt so I substituted tamari. I added frozen peas as well and omitted bay leave because, again, I didn't have them. This is definitely a recipe I will make again and again!! Thank you!
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PHILLY Creamy Rice, Chicken and Spinach Dinner

Reviewed: Aug. 25, 2009
This was yummy!!! My husband and I really liked it. It wasn't your typical chicken and rice dish. It was really good with all the veggies! It definitely needs salt and pepper. I made some changes based on the ingredients I had on hand: I cooked the rice in a rice cooker separately with water instead of broth. I cooked the chicken in the skillet with regular italian dressing and olive oil and added about 3 cloves of minced garlic. I salted and peppered the chicken as well. I cooked that until done and added the cream cheese and spinach as directed. I also roasted a red pepper in the broiler meanwhile. Then cooled and peeled it. I chopped it with the tomatoes and added them at the end until heated. Then I mixed in the rice and topped with parmesan. It was almost like a alfredo sauce with veggies added in. I love hot parmesan spinach dip so this was a great recipe for my husband and I. We will definitely enjoy this meal again!
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Best Marinara Sauce Yet

Reviewed: May 23, 2009
As if this needed another review! I liked it a lot. Subbed out diced tomatoes for stewed and dried parsley for fresh. I skipped the food processor step for a little bit chunkier result. I used some leftover Pinot Grigio. It was delish!
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Easiest Eggplant

Reviewed: May 23, 2009
I'm not a big fan of mayo but I am a big fan of easy yummy recipes. I subbed out the mayo based on others comments that it wasn't too flavorful. I replaced it with some leftover store-bought parmesan pesto dip from a recent party. I used parmesan bread crumbs and mixed in some italian seasonings. And based on others' ideas, I topped it with mozarella and broiled until melted for eggplant parmesan. It was yummy, but it did turn out QUITE MUSHY. My husband who doesnt like anything too mushy had trouble eating it. I even cut it in 1" thick slices to try to avoid mushiness. I might try it again but I don't know if my husband will.
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Corn Dog Muffins

Reviewed: Aug. 4, 2008
These were fantastic, actually I'm eating one while I write this! I will never buy frozen corn-dogs again! These are so yummy and cheap to make! Compared to a package of frozen corn-dogs which run about $10, this probably cost not much more than $2. I'm going to freeze the leftovers and reheat them for snacks. The only thing I changed was substituting all whites egg substitute for the standard eggs. I thought the milk was a little too much for the batter but I trusted you and they turned out moist and delicious! However, I think next time I will cut the hot dogs into little chunks instead of in half.
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Tropical Salad with Pineapple Vinaigrette

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2008
I made this for a pot luck with a Hawaiian theme. The only difference is I used a large can of chunked pineapple and the juice from the can and omitted the nuts for my allergic neice. It was a huge hit. Everyone loved it and it went great with the pulled pork and mango salsa, and hawaiian sweet rolls. I will definitely make this again. Thank you for the recipe!
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Good for You Greek Salad

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2008
This is very similar to a salad I began making after a trip to New York City. The only differences I would suggest is using English cucumbers (seedless) and not peeling them. I also use Kalamata Olives and halved Cherry tomatoes. I mix my dressing using Lemon Olive oil (of course you could just use olive oil and lemon juice) and White Balsamic Vinegar. I set the feta aside for picky eaters and allow my guests to sprinkle it on top of their salad. This also keeps the feta nice and crumbly instead of melting into the dressing. This has been a hit everywhere I take it and even picky eaters love it. Sometimes, for a larger salad, I'll add a bag of chopped Romaine Lettuce.
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Blackened Tilapia with Secret Hobo Spices

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2008
I really liked the spice mixture and actually have a ton leftover for future use. The only thing that I had a problem with is that my fish turned out more burned than blackened. Granted I've never tried making blackened fish before so it was problem cook's error, but next time I will try cooking on Med-High instead of High like the recipe said. Over all though, my husband who had asked for me to cook blackened fish, was extremely happy with the meal and thats all that really matters anyway. Thanks for sharing but be careful around those hobos, you never know what they're gonna do!
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Curried Bean Salad

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2008
This was a great and interesting alternative to other summer side dishes. It came together easily in the afternoon and was yummy at dinnertime. Definitely the best bean salad I've had. My husband took one bite and said "mm thats good" chewed a little more and said "ooh it has a kick to it". It really developed like that. It was a great side dish from ingredients I already had in my cabinet and fridge. The only change I made was omitting the kidney beans because I didnt have any on-hand. I'll probably take this to pot lucks in the future because it's cheap, easy and stays well for a longer period of time. Thanks for sharing!
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Deluxe Waffles

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2008
Delicious! These were light and fluffy and yummy! Definitely a little more effort than opening a box of bisquick but well worth it. The only thing I did differently was I sifted the flour mixture with a wire whisk because I dont have a sifter. Other than that I will definitely be making these waffles again! Thank you!
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Parmesan Chicken

Reviewed: Apr. 29, 2007
This recipe is fantastic! I have made about 4 times in the last few weeks because my husband and I love it so much. After a few times, I decided to try it on my george foreman grill and it was great. I just coated the grill with the melted butter and oil with a brush and it still came out a nice golden brown. This will be a staple of my future cooking! It is easy to make, very little ingredients, all of which I regularly keep in stock anyway and it's delicious! Thank you!
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Oven Baked Potato Wedges

Reviewed: Sep. 25, 2006
This dish was fantastic! I cut the wedges slightly thinner than usual and also broiled on high for the last 5 minutes. The potatoes turned out perfectly done and my husband was scooping up the breadcrumbs and sprinkling them back over his if a bit rubbed off.
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