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"This was really good with a couple of modifications - I used 5 oz of fresh baby spinach, torn by hand and when I was combining the pasta with the bechamel (milk & flour sauce, gruyere, etc., I added salt and pepper, oregano (dry, about 1 tbsp, thyme (dry, about 2 teaspoons and paprika (about 2 teaspoons. I made it with Barilla Plus penne (it h ..."
Jun 23, 2011 on Cooking Channel
"Delicious chops - I browned them in olive oil and did not pour the drippings on the chops. Breaded them with plain breadcrumbs and then liberally sprinkled seasoned salt on them before baking (this way you can control the amount of and not waste any seasoning vs. mixing it in the breadcrumbs."
May 22, 2005 on Food.com
"We all loved this recipe! I used a very cheap cut ("shoulder steak for london broil" according to the package and it came out DELICIOUS and so tender! Broiling 5 minutes per side was too rare for me, so I left it in the oven on 400 degrees (my oven has temp select for broiling for another 10 minutes and it was perfect. I skipped the onions si..."
Apr 19, 2005 on Food.com
"This recipe was very yummy and so easy to make! I used turkey bacon instead of ham, since it's what I had on hand (I omitted the salt since ham or bacon are so salty. I also used 2 cloves of garlic since I really like garlicky flavor. I used rotini instead of spaghetti, and I imagine you could use just about any pasta shape."
Apr 18, 2005 on Food.com
"This recipe was delicious and so easy to make! I sauteed the onion and garlic together in step #1, since this is what I usually do. Instead of a can of tomatoes I used an 8 oz can of tomato sauce, since it's what I had on hand. In step 5 I added a couple of splashes (2 tablespoons? of half-and-half, since I thought 1/2 cup of cream would add t..."
Jan 19, 2005 on Food.com
"Delicious comfort food with white rice! I added a small 8 oz can of tomato sauce to make it "saucier," 2 tsps of chili powder, some black pepper and a dash of cayenne (all 3 to tone down the sweetness and upon serving sprinkled some fresh cilantro on top. I omitted the almonds and next time I'll omit the sugar as well. Unfortunately, the kids ..."
Jan 8, 2005 on Food.com
"These were fun to make with my 8 year old. Next time, I think I'll add some sugar to the dry ingredients, since we had to totally rely on maple syrup to give them sweetness and overcome the tartness of the apples. I guess I want them to taste more like carnival fried dough before topping with syrup or sugar. They were a HUGE hit with my kids, t..."
Dec 29, 2004 on Food.com
"My husband and I both LOVED these meatballs (I've made them with turkey and chicken and both times they were delicious. I added extra garlic and baked them in the oven (without turning them as other reviewers suggested (to avoid the labor and extra oil of pan frying. I served them in a homemade marinara sauce with rotini."
Nov 20, 2004 on Food.com
"My 5 year old and I made it and it was SO GOOD!!! I used 1/2 cup whole wheat flour and 1/2 cup of regular flour. Next time I'm going to try halving the sugar and the butter to try to make it healthier and see if the taste doesn't suffer too much."
Oct 6, 2004 on Food.com
"The cookies were delicious! By mistake I added the softened butter to the dry ingredients without creaming it first, so we went ahead and added the sugar and mixed it all together. Then we blended the egg, milk and vanilla together and added that to the butter/flour mix. I mixed with a spoon as best as I could and then kneaded the dough a bit b..."
Jul 14, 2004 on Food.com