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Sweet Hot Mustard Chicken Thighs

Reviewed: Jan. 14, 2015
This was quick and everyone loved it, even my 9 year old! The flavor is amazing and not too sweet, spicy, but that is adjustable and the flavors just go so well together. We will be making this regularly! I used thighs with no skin or bone and as a time saver, I did not marinate, but it was wonderful without it, I can't imagine how marinating would increase the flavor. Give this one a go! More people need to give this a try. No pic was attached cause we ate it all!
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Oven Ham Sandwich Sliders

Reviewed: Sep. 25, 2014
nice and buttery buns and the poppy seeds make it look yummy
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Burrito Pie

Reviewed: May 7, 2014
We're from SE Texas so TexMex is the way of life,LOL! I prepare Mexican dishes often and am always looking for more to try. This dish is good. I added a little corn. Add taco seasoning and/or cumin and chili powder to make it taste truly authentic. I sub'd salsa for taco sauce cause I didn't have any. I followed someones recommendation to use 2-3 tortillas for the tortilla layers instead of a single layer. A salad on the side and some sour cream on top and it's good. I often put avocado or guacamole with these dishes if I have it. The cumin and chili powder make it taste like Mexican food should in Texas. It makes a ton so half it or freeze it unless you need that much. I had to use a lasagna pan! We have big eaters, and this type of dish is almost better as leftovers!
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Easy Garlic Broiled Chicken

Reviewed: Dec. 10, 2013
We ate this tonight. It was very easy and tasty! My 8 year old son loved it and so did I. It smells great while cooking and has wonderful flavor with a few simple ingredients. I used the amounts shown for seasoning, but I did not broil it I baked at 375F. I had free range chicken thighs and breasts so they were smaller than the monster sizes you see in the other commercial brands. But, they have more flavor and are worth it. I had 5 thighs, and 3 breast in a greased 9x13. I cooked it at 375F for 45 min. and it was perfect. The thighs juices keep the breast meat moist. It does not lack in flavor as the soy replaces the salt. (I did salt and pepper the meat a tiny bit before topping with the butter/soy mixture). It was tender, flavor and worth keeping on the regular menu rotation.
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Cha Cha's White Chicken Chili

Reviewed: Sep. 19, 2013
I've made something close to this before. It's a recipe and I always play with them to get the taste I want. I didn't put as much spicy into it, I left out the jalepeno and reduced the cayenne for kids. I put chili powder in and bell peppers and added mexicorn and Rotel. I put beans in, but what I had on hand, light kidneys, cannellini beans, and great northern beans. I add more to taste, like garlic powder, oregano and Knorr Tomate broth granules instead of salt. I used some chicken broth concentrate to make 2 cups broth also. I used cubed chicken. I also used cilantro and Monterrey Jack cheese. It was yummy. My kids liked it and my husband.
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Chicken Spaghetti

Reviewed: Mar. 21, 2012
My entire family loved this. My picky six year old ate it. I was in a hurry and didn't bake this in the oven. I boiled the spaghetti while I put the other ingredients together in another deep fry pan. When the pasta was done, I just drained and put into the deep pan and mixed the pasta into the rest of the ingredients. I topped with sharp cheddar and let it melt and mixed it in. I omitted the bacon and bread crumbs for time sake and I wasn't baking it so it wouldn't have made that crust on top. I will try this as written when I have a little more time, but it was awesome without baking and very fast. I had cooked chicken breast from another recipe, so it was very quick. I did have to thin it out a little with some chicken broth, about a cup, as it was a little too thick. I added diced pimento's cause we like it that way, and it gives color. I also used a can of mushroom soup and one can of chicken, as that's what I had on hand.
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North Carolina-Style Pulled Pork

Reviewed: Oct. 3, 2011
This was awesome! Kids loved it. Everyone did. Even better as leftovers the next day. I used half the recipe with a 4 lb roast. I did as others suggested and used liquid smoke in the sauce and all over the roast before I rubbed it down. I cooked it in the oven in a cast iron dutch oven with lid for 3 hours at 300-325. It was moist and juicy. Since I made half the size roast I made half the sauce, but it does soak it up so, if you want more sauce, make the whole recipe or double according to size roast. I made it a little too spicy this time, will use less heat next time. Didn't have spicy paprika so I used a little cayenne pepper. I found a vinegary coleslaw recipe to top the sandwiches with, and it was perfect. Very authentic. This will be a regular in our home
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Cousin Cosmo's Greek Chicken

Reviewed: Sep. 20, 2011
This chicken was wonderful. It was moist, juicy and flavorful. I didn't dry it out this time! My kids loved it, even the 6 year old. My husband enjoyed it very much. I also love chicken, but I prefer to have a sauce or filling like this one did, or it's just too boring. I used chicken broth as others suggested. I put some spinach and tomatoes and olives in the cheese mix and used more lemon than it called for. Next time I will use Kalamata olives instead of black. This is a new "regular" for our house. Oh, it did take longer to cook than the recipe stated, but I had enormous sized chicken breasts. I took the time to pound out the meat and I'm sure it cut down on the cooking time, which otherwise would have taken much longer.
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Greek Salad III

Reviewed: Sep. 20, 2011
My whole family loved the dressing for this salad. We like Greek salad and eat salads several times a week. The dressing is lemony which is how we like it at the restaurants we eat Greek food at. The herbs give it balance and you can still taste all the veggies.
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Lebanese Chicken and Potatoes

Reviewed: Sep. 17, 2009
very lemony, just the way Lebanese cooking is supposed to be. YUM! You should use chicken with skin as it dries out too much with skinless breasts. Will try with thighs next time. The potatoes were awesome.
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