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Peggy McKay

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Recipe Reviews 16 reviews
Baked Omelet Roll
This is a great basic recipe and turned out very nice. Everyone loved it. I used finely chopped yellow and orange peppers and green onion. I used shredded mozzarella and Colby Cheese and a salt free dilly mix spice just a tad!(that's what I had on hand) I served mini ciabatta rolls and mini sausage patties. Some of my guests made mini sandwiches and some ate theirs separately. I took reviewers advice and used a parchment lined jelly roll pan and sprayed the paper with pam. Next I'm making it with spinach, rumbled bacon, green onion different cheeses. THANK YOU FOR THE RECIPE!!! Oh and again due to reviews I baked at 400 for only 10 minutes it was perfect!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 20, 2014
Chicken and Sausage with Bowties
I made as directed and it was bland and watery not enough sauce for that amount of pasta in fact I left off adding about 1.5 cups to it .. out of 6 people no one liked it. Rather than toss it out I tried the next day to switch it up and added small can of tomato sauce and lots of spaghetti seasoning and a spicy sweet type of specialty ketchup also melted montery jack cheese shredded into it and a layer on top.. still no one like it.. so tossing it is sorry it is just not good at all

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Reviewed On: Dec. 17, 2013
Old School Mac n' Cheese
The flavor was good but mine turned out a little bit too dry. I made this last night but after reading reviews & other recipes I did make just a few changes. I do not like American cheese so I used all cheddar and Colby cheese. I replaced like amount of milk with 1 can of evaporated milk and added a little garlic powder and doubled the mustard powder or to taste. I read another recipe where they incorporated a beaten egg into 1 cup of the sauce mix when it was done cooking and then incorporated that mixture back into the entire pan of sauce. Mine was done at about 20 minutes. The potato chip and cheese topping was the bomb!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 21, 2013

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