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Recipe Reviews 18 reviews
Chicken and Dumplings I
These dumplings are like my grandma's which is what I wanted. I want to add salt to the dough next time to see how that works. It is too wet after mixing in the 1 c. broth and egg, so work/knead in some extra flour til it is right. [Maybe putting in less than the 1 c. broth to begin with would fix it...or 2.5 or 3 c. of flour to begin with (with an extra bit of baking powder)]. Also, I make the broth with a yellow onion, carrots, celery (the more the better), and salt (would be worth trying some bay leaves, etc., someday). A double or even double and a quarter or double and a half of the dough makes a good sized full pot of dumplings. Keep a simmering full-sized pan of water on the ready for adding to the dumplings as the dumplings get too full for the broth I start out with. After adding the shredded chicken, salt and pepper it to taste, then simmer til good and ready!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 3, 2015
Cream Cheese Squares
Perfect. I thought a stick of melted butter over all of it was going to be seriously too much and the 1/4 c of sugar on top too, but in following the recipe exactly, it turned out perfectly. I look forward to trying varieties of it. Hubbie liked it, so it is going in the recipe box :)

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Reviewed On: Jun. 9, 2013
Easy Meatloaf
I tried this to specifically test out the loaf of the recipe and followed the recipe exactly. it was ok in taste, but I am looking for a different texture , one that is more put together. this was loose and crumbly. (note to self: used angus beef)

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Reviewed On: Jun. 4, 2013

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