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Chicken with Chipotle
Way too hot for this Irish kid. I removed the seeds from the peppers as suggested and still hot to me. Actually I could tame down the heat but the taste wasn't really to my liking either, but again, not really a fan of Mexican food in general. I do appreciate others fill find this is right up their alley. --enjoy

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Reviewed On: Jan. 21, 2013
Goulash Supreme
I use Hunts tomato sauce 28 or 32 oz and 1 sm. can of diced tomatoes and 1 glove minched garlic. I also add a good size chunk of veleveeta cheese (1/3 of a small box of velveeta) I also cook an entire 1 lb. box of pasta then add to the sauce. I know, more like Italian Goulsah than Hungarian, but the taste is much better.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 20, 2013
Bloody Mary-Balsamic Dressing
Store bought bloody mary mix is full of bad stuff. I make my own with either Cambell's tomatoe Juice, the BEST tasting, or organic tomatoe juice. I just add the typical spices and a touch of hot sauce, then followed the remaining directions except I added sugar rather than artificial sweetener. Very nice! Thanks for the idea; I apologize for changing your recipe; I usually hate when people do that then review; it's king of apples to oranges comparison, but your idea was new and different. I love it!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 25, 2012

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