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"I'm a Cuban American and I remember my mom used to make "tortilla espanola" when I was young. Typically, she used eggs, potatoes, and ham. The artichoke and ham combo in this recipe works well. I think next time, however, I might add a little more garlic and would love to try it with a touch of cheddar cheese as well. The only reason I gave it..."
Sep 23, 2009 on Food.com
"Yay! This recipe is hard to mess up...even if you change it up a bit. I didn't measure ingredients and actually left out the minced onions, onion salt and garlic salt (although I added salt, some seasoned bread crumbs, and additional onion powder and garlic powder. Still delicious. I mixed it with sour cream and a tad bit of mayo and it made ..."
Sep 14, 2009 on Food.com
"I had been craving CFS and wondered if it could be done with ground beef as I didn't have any steak. I found this recipe and gave it a whirl although I made a few changes. I knew I'd want more seasoning, so I added additional seasoning salt and used Montreal Steak Seasoning instead of pepper in my flour. Also, I added one egg and a tablespoon or s..."
Sep 2, 2009 on Food.com
"This crust was exactly what I hoped it would be. Thin and crispy on the edges...soft and light everywhere else. Here's what I changed up: I used all-purpose flower, kneaded for about two minutes and pressed (very thinly onto a cookie sheet that had been sprayed with non-stick cooking spray. I didn't do the plastic bag thing, but I did let the..."
Jul 17, 2009 on Food.com
"This is one of my favorite recipes...well, it's very close to the one I always used (haven't made it in years. The recipe I used was actually a spread. I used to make it every year for Christmas parties because the red, green and white was so festive. I used to call it Christmas Ribbon Spread. The differences were subtle....8 oz cream cheese ..."
Jul 5, 2009 on Food.com