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Grands!® Mini Pizzas

Reviewed: Jan. 27, 2013
This was a great quick meal on a Sunday afternoon. The ingredients worked well together and my kids gobbled them up! Thanks, Pillsbury!
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Asian Chicken Salad

Reviewed: Jan. 26, 2013
My review is for the dressing.. it is AMAZING! White sugar, brown sugar.. go with your taste, but whichever you prefer.. it is SOOO good. I took your advice and tripled the batch, using one to marinate my chicken and the other two to keep on hand as a dressing. My family ate EVERY bite and were looking for more. To those who had something critical to say... cannot figure out why. This was so good and not at all too oily! Do not change her recipe.. its delicious!!
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White Chocolate Orange Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 27, 2012
Orange and chocolate together.. what a combination!! These were utterly delicious. I Loved them, my family loved them. We love the orange flavor so I did not measure the zest.. I just zested a whole orange in there. They smell heavenly. New favorite!!
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Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

Reviewed: Dec. 27, 2012
This was so unbelievably good! I did not change the recipe at all and we found it perfect. Not too sweet and the cherry chips were a real nice surprise. The marshmallows melted beautifully if you follow the stir time listed exactly. Use a heavy spoon when you get to the final stage- it comes together quickly!! Very, very good.
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1-Dish Pepperoni Cheese Pizza Bake

Reviewed: Nov. 2, 2012
This was unbelievably good. I'm shaking my head at some of the negative reviews on this- by the very title, it is not going to be a traditional pizza. Its a bake and it turns out wonderful. The crust is so good its almost like a biscuit. Light, chewy and turns out so fluffy. If you are looking for a pizzaria pizza, this is not it. It is a pizza bake and as such, it lives up to its name. Really, really good. True keeper.
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Classic Caramel Corn

Reviewed: Nov. 2, 2012
Oh my gosh. This is amazing...we made a double batch and it is almost gone. It was so easy and the end result is ADDICTING. Will absolutely make this again- tasted just like Cracker Jack without the nuts!
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Cheesy Bacon Crescents

Reviewed: Oct. 27, 2012
These were a big hit! I'm only giving it four stars because on its own, its pretty simple and doesn't have a lot of wow factor. However, as a change of pace for dinner, my family really liked them. I will be making these again as they were quick, easy and yummy.
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Bacon and Caramelized Onion Rolls

Reviewed: Oct. 20, 2012
These were amazing! The dough was actually very easy to work with- I found I needed to add a few more pinches of flour to keep my hands from sticking so keep your flour stash nearby. At the recommendation of another cook, I did not have port wine so I substituted 1/4 cup red wine vinegar and a tablespoon of sugar to make mock wine. It turned out perfectly. If you have any leftover dough from the ends, shape it into tiny loaves and bake them along side the rolls. They turn into wonderful mini loaves of bread for sandwiches!
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Chicken and Corn Chowder

Reviewed: Oct. 14, 2012
This was out of this world. My teenage son ate 3 bowls on the first night! I used canned corn all around (didn't have frozen) and since I didn't have the extra water from the frozen corn, I watched it to make sure it didn't dry. It did not- it turned out just fine. Next time, I may line the bottom of my soup bowls with the bacon bits, then pour the soup over so they soak into the soup. Will be making this again!!! **Update- FYI... since I was trying to see how economical I could be, I made this with CANNED chicken- and it worked out just fine! My family loved how it sort of fell apart in the soup and added all its flavor throughout. So if you have a can of chicken lingering in your pantry, here is a use for it. Yes, I did saute it just as the recipe calls for in bacon grease.
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al fresco Roasted Pepper and Asiago Chicken Sausage Frittata

Reviewed: Sep. 27, 2012
This was just OK.... we all ate every bite but in order to make it again, I'd have to do some things to it. The sausage is good- don't let the initial smell of it throw you off when you open it. Asiago and roasted pepper are strong tastes and they mellow out once the dish is cooked. The main problem I had was there was not enough egg- we have tiny chickens here so I used 6 to equal the four the recipe called for and I could see immediately it was not going to be enough. Secondly.. this needs some sort of cheese other then Parm. Since it was like a breakfast type dish (though we had it for dinner), I found myself wanting it cheesier and cheese would add additional flavor. The peppers seemed to be a bit of overkill since it was also in the sausage. I used homemade and I don't think I would use them again. Whatever you do, don't leave out the parsley. You can't see it in my photo but it really does add that extra fresh taste this dish delivers.
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Mom's Zucchini Bread

Reviewed: Sep. 22, 2012
Wow! This is disappearing fast! I'm so glad we have more zucchini because my family is demanding more. Thanks for such a great recipe!!
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Easy Weeknight Bacon Mac 'n Cheese

Reviewed: Sep. 12, 2012
Good, simple and easy to make recipe. I used Velvetta for the cheese loaf because it was what I assumed they were talking about. Mixed with the sharp cheddar and the cheese sauce, it made a nice mix. Like others, I was highly concerned it was going to be too thin but it did firm up on baking. I put my panko crumbs on top and did not add the pepper. We did not have red pepper in the house and I thought our homegrown green ones would be way too strong. Overall, our family really liked it. I give it four stars because it tended to bind up at the end and there really wasn't any 'wow' factor. Thanks, Progresso, for an easy meal to make during a hectic week!
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Grilled Sweet Italian Chicken Sausage with Tomato Cream Sauce Over Linguine

Reviewed: Sep. 9, 2012
DISCLAIMER- this review is based on the end result from the changes I made based on what I had on hand. This is not a review of the recipe as printed. My family LOVED this- first of all, we used Al Fresco's chicken sausage with garlic/roasted peppers as it was what was available. Second, instead of making the sauce, I used a jar sauce with the same ingredients as it was convenient. I added the cream as the recipe dictated and it was wonderful. Third, I used penne instead of linguine. The sauce tasted so good I wanted a pasta that would suck up the sauce. Lastly, I did not add wine. I was concerned it would not burn off in time for my kiddos. I cannot say enough about the Al Fresco chicken sausage. It was so good and there was only one serving left for my husband. I used an entire jar of tomato, garlic and onion spaghetti sauce as the base and with the cream added- it gave off an incredible smell. My kids were licking their plates and looking for more. Please do try this recipe either as posted or with my alterations. Either way.. I don't think you will be disappointed. The parm and the oregano seasoning at the end is truly crucial. Enjoy!
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Crispy Garlic-Parmesan Chicken

Reviewed: Sep. 8, 2012
My family really raved about this dish. It was juicy, tasty and not at all difficult to make. The only reason I'm giving it four stars is I was disappointed it did not get crispy brown like in the picture. I cooked it for 8 minutes on one side, then flipped it for 10 on the other. I think for our oven, 400 may not have been hot enough. Will have to experiment with this in the future. The starter sauce really added alot of flavor!!
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Crispy Garlic-Parmesan Chicken

Reviewed: Sep. 8, 2012
My family really raved about this dish. It was juicy, tasty and not at all difficult to make. The only reason I'm giving it four stars is I was disappointed it did not get crispy brown like in the picture. I cooked it for 8 minutes on one side, then flipped it for 10 on the other. I think for our oven, 400 may not have been hot enough. Will have to experiment with this in the future. The starter sauce really added alot of flavor!!
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Quick and Easy Mexican Chicken

Reviewed: Aug. 7, 2012
Karen, this was flat out fabulous! Thank you for sharing this recipe! I only had two chicken breasts tonight and was looking for a way to stretch it out. I simply cut them in tenders, then followed your recipe for seasoning and covering. Oh my gosh, was it fantastic! The flavor is incredible! BTW, I just put them in the oven raw with seasonings and covered in salsa. After 25 minutes, I put on the cheese and let it go another 20 minutes. BAM! You have a winner here! Thank you!!!
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Home-Fried Cheese Sticks

Reviewed: Jul. 23, 2012
With permission from Mis7up, I'm reviewing this recipe even though I used panko crumbs instead of bread crumbs. I normally steer from rating recipes I've made significant changes in; however I did let the cook know ahead of time. We simply prefer panko over Italiain bread crumbs and use them in every dish bread crumbs are called for. With that exception, I followed the recipe to a T and these turned out FANTASTIC. The freezing step is key- my batter hung on beautifully and fried up perfectly. The Italian bread crumbs have seasoning in them which the panko does not so if you use panko, consider adding some seasonings for punch. Either way, these are amazing. Thanks, Mis7up!
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Asian Lettuce Wraps

Reviewed: Jul. 18, 2012
What a recipe! The flavor the meat gave off after allowing it to simmer in all the ingredients was really wonderful. I keep myself (and my kids) from snitching it out of the pan. I gave this four stars because one step change (not ingredient) would make this less greasy, as many reviewers have mentioned. Do drain the ground beef- it makes all the difference. Do not, however, sautee the onions in the beef pan without cleaning it out first. This will eliminate the extra grease. Another tip to save time: Once the onions are sauteeing, mix all the other ingredients that go in the pan in one bowl. Then just pour it in when the onions are ready. We double wrapped our lettuce leaves because they were thin. Lastly, do let it cool down a bit before you wrap up the wraps. Leftovers are good cold! Thanks a million, Rachel. Will be making this repeatedly.
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Slow Cooker Chicken Stroganoff

Reviewed: Jul. 13, 2012
I made this as submitted and it was OK. Not bad but it seemed a bit on the bland side to me and for whatever reason, the chicken was very watery when I went to add in the cream cheese/ soup mixture. I will keep this, though, because it was easy and I didn't have to fuss with it. Next time, I may add some onions in and perhaps a bit of garlic. I served it over cooked orzo with chopped parsley on top. Upside- there was ALOT left over for munching the next day.
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Incredible Potato Casserole

Reviewed: Jun. 25, 2012
Can't believe it took me this long to write this. I made this just as Jharmon wrote- used my grater to shred the potatoes once they were cool enough to handle- cinch! This came out so so so good.. my daughter (who is a bacon fanatic) just raved and raved. It made alot, so we warmed it up the next night- still fantastic. Thank you so much!!
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