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Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania
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Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania
Joined: Mar 25, 2001
Birthday: Mar 25
"We loved this! I added some Italian Garlic Bread Seasoning (Tastefully Simple to both the bread crumbs and the egg wash. I used a 2lb eggplant and marinara sauce. I made 2 layers in the 13x9 dish: sauce, eggplant,cheese, sauce, eggplant, cheese...very "lasagna" like. I've always ordered this dish while dining out but never made this traditio..."
Aug 29, 2010 on Food.com
"I just saw her episode today about cooking Italian Easy; she answered an email from one of her fans about a mock-marinara sauce. She used this recipe....onions and garlic, same measurements and cooking directions and then add your favorite bottle of jarred store-bought marinara sauce. No salt, pepper, parsely, etc unless you want to add it. Jus ..."
Aug 24, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"This was good! As suggested by the other members, I did scale down the oil to 3 Tbsp. I also added no salt or pepper; instead I did have some Tastefully Simple Garlic Pepper seasoning and also their Garlic Dill Seasoning and added that instead but still adding the crushed garlic as the recipe called for as well as everything else. I added a few..."
Aug 12, 2010 on Food.com
"This was delicious! I doubled the recipe and cut up a 24 inch loaf of stale french batard (it made about 16-18 slices. I soaked 6 pieces at a time, letting them set in the batter for a minute or two; the bread was thick and hard and softened up nicely in the batter. My 10 y/o ate these with butter, syrup, a few sprinkles of powdered sugar and ..."
Jul 18, 2010 on Food.com
"This was awesome and smelled wonderful while BBQ'ing! I needed to use up a 3lb chuck roast in my freezer; it's summer and I didn't feel like the stove or crockpot, so this was the perfect recipe. I did not use MSG, only meat tenderizer, and I marinated it for 48 hours. I followed the ingredients/cooking directions exactly except left out the sa..."
Jul 7, 2010 on Food.com
"This is good! I personally did not make this but my mom owns a catering business and they pulled this recipe off of Zaar and recently made it. They want to try new salads for the upcoming spring season to offer for catering, the cafe and for their stand at the local farmer's market, so they made this and served them as free samples in mini taste..."
Feb 5, 2010 on Food.com
"I cut up 2 breasts of uncooked chicken and placed pieces in bottom of crock; cut the veggie amounts in half and added those. Used the low sodium chicken broth, only added one can of cream of mushroom soup, 2 tsp of herb de provence and added 6 oz uncooked rotini noodles the last 30 minutes of cooking. I did add a tsp of chicken boullion when I a..."
Dec 18, 2009 on Food.com
"I used about 1/2 lb of baby carrots and added 1 red pepper, sliced and 2 stalks celery cut into 1 inch chunks. I also used about 1 1/2 lbs of chicken tenderloins, threw them in the pot frozen, and cooked it for about 6 hours before adding the cornstarch/water. We like sauce; next time I will double the sauce/seasoning ingredients...adding the ju..."
Nov 9, 2009 on Food.com
"We actually found this recipe in a Taste of Home cookie book and made them as on of our Xmas cookies this year. We too found that it only made 30 some cookies...so I suggest doubling this recipe if you want more. The flavor was great though I wish it would've just been a bit more chewy and softer."
Dec 16, 2008 on Food.com