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Roasted Chicken Noodle Soup

Reviewed: Dec. 9, 2011
Excellent recipe, will make again. Made the following changes and it came out great: -Roasted the chicken, deboned it, and then used the carcus to make my own stock for the soup. (I followed Gordon Ramsey's recipe for stock...only takes about 45 min as opposed to many stock recipes that call for 8 hrs of boiling). -Added 1 can of corn to the soup at the end -Next time I will just not add the condensed milk. It was good and it gave the soup a creamy base but I think I'd prefer this as a traditional chicken noodle soup with a more brothy base. Mmmm! Seved with a ceasar salad and homemade bread!!
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Chicken Pot Pie IX

Reviewed: Nov. 28, 2011
Exceptional. My boyfriend loves chicken pot pie...we made this and...he loved it! Was also fun and quite simple to prepare...good weekend meal! Modifications: -Cooked the chicken and veggies in broth -Saved the "stock" made from chicken/veggies to make the gravy in the next step -Added 1/2 diced Idaho potato in w veggies -Added frozen corn in place of celery -Used 1 c milk and 2 c broth, kept flour the same -baked at 375 for 40-45 min -used a 9" deep dish pie tin Helpful hints: -If baking the bottom pie crust for a few min before the filling make sure to secure the crust over the edges, ours sunk down into the tin -once filled and sealed with top crust remember to cut off loose edges or they will burn -monitor top crust as baking, if starts to burn, cover w foil
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Mushroom Chicken Piccata

Reviewed: Nov. 9, 2011
Excellent recipe and so simple! I served with a brown rice and quinoa blend - perfect and healthy! Recippe is easily altered for taste preferances. I cut the butter a bit and used about 1 and 1/2 lbs chicken. Was liberal on the broth. Pounded the breasts but they were still thick and required extra cooking time. I browned them on both sides in butter and then added lemon and broth to the pan and covered for about 7 minutes. Like others I removed the chicken and sauted the onions and mushrooms seperately for about 5 minutes. Then added all the both to the mushrooms/onions and let that simmer and thicken on its own for about 5 more minutes. Lastly, added the chicken back in for the last 2 minutes. 1 hint - add the corn starch/flour before the broth is hot. If added while the liquid is boiling, it tends to clump up immediately. Added capers in at the end...gave it a nice zing!
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