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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Super Duper Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff
This is a great recipe and my family really enjoyed it. I made it as-written except I sauteed the onions and garlic first because I was feeling uncharacteristically motivated. I also combined the other sauce ingredients and brought it to a boil with the onions (minus the sour cream, cream cheese and mushrooms) before pouring it into the crockpot since the sautee pan was dirty anyway and my meat was still pretty frozen. Yup, I know you're not supposed to put frozen meat in the crockpot, but I did it anyway. FYI - at first I was worried the sauce would be too thick, but after cooking, then adding sour cream, etc., it came out just right. Thanks for sharing a great recipe!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 3, 2015
Zucchini Patties
This is the only vegetable recipe I have that my children will eat willingly. The last time I made this I fried them up ahead of time (they reheat just fine in the oven) and my kids kept sneaking into the kitchen to steal patties as they cooled. I'm not making this up. I pretended not to notice because I was trying not to pass out from shock. We have renamed this recipe "Zucchini Patties of Awesomeness" in my house. Thank you for sharing it with us!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 15, 2014
Rouxless Gumbo
I picked this recipe for gumbo because it was "rouxless". We're trying to go as low carb as possible and it appealed to me that I didn't need to add flour. I used chicken breasts because I didn't have a whole chicken on hand, but prepared and shredded them as directed in the recipe. Since we skipped the rice (to serve over) I let it simmer/reduce for a little longer than directed to thicken. It got four out of four thumbs up, picky eaters included. I will definitely make this again. Thank you for sharing this recipe! Just a post-script (2 years later): This is still a 5-star, often used recipe in my house. I have since adapted this recipe for the crockpot by tossing in everything but the okra and file powder (and shrimp, if using) at once. I usually use frozen chicken breasts if preparing this way. Cook on high 6ish hours or low 10ish hours (you'll know it's about done when it starts to smell soooooo good), then shred the chicken and return to crockpot. Add okra during the last 30 - 60 mins, and shrimp at the end, maybe 15ish mins... keep your eye on the shrimp. Add file before serving. I've also swapped out the andouille sausage in a pinch for whatever I had on hand and it's great every time. We really LOVE this recipe, thanks again for sharing it!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 27, 2012
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