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"I like this seasoned cottage cheese very much, have made it often in the last several months since I discovered it. I use half the Accent (MSG and half the white pepper and sometimes add some minced celery for crunch, but it's fine without the celery. The local country club serves a scoop of seasoned cottage cheese with a scoop of chicken or tu..."
Jan 24, 2011 on Food.com
"We really enjoyed this, very close to Jiffy Mix. I added a bit of additional liquid to make it thinner and pourable, as it was a very thick mixture, but it came out just fine. Thanks for submitting it, Antilope."
Feb 11, 2010 on Food.com
"After struggling with trying to get Parmesan to melt in the other recipes I had tried, it was a pleasure to find this recipe using asiago cheese. The sauce has just the right consistency and tastes wonderful. My husband loves Chicken Alfredo, and this sauce is definitely a winner. Thanks 1Steve!"
Jun 28, 2008 on Food.com
"These are the very best egg rolls I've ever eaten! I used shredded caggage, too, rather than bean sprouts. Thanks for a wonderful recipe, Katrina!"
Oct 6, 2004 on Food.com
"I just compared this recipe to the one I made a couple of months ago, and they are exactly alike except mine doesn't use the shortbread cookies at all. The thick mixture of sugars and coconut will harden on its own to make the cookies. What I do is scoop out balls of the mixture a little smaller than golf balls, put on waxed paper, put another s..."
Mar 19, 2004 on Food.com
"This is a great recipe for won ton dough. I mixed it up and used my pasta roller to roll it thin, then cut it into 3" squares. Used a filling of cream cheese and chives, sealed and fried until golden. The dough is light and crunchy, decorated with crisp little air bubbles on the outside. Although buying won ton wrappers is easier, this recipe ..."
Nov 21, 2003 on Food.com
"I haven't actually made this one yet, but I had some at a relative's house the other day. It really suits my tastes just fine, really thick and just the right flavor combination. She used canned tomatoes to make it, and that's what I intend to do. I'll be making this in the coming week. Great salsa!"
Jun 28, 2003 on Food.com
"This has been my favorite ranch clone for several years now, don't remember where I saw it originally. The recipe as stated makes about 40 tablespoons dry mix, and I usually cut the recipe in half when I make it. I've shared it with numerous friends and family and everyone loves it. Also a great convenience and money-saver, too, as an added bonu..."
May 22, 2003 on Food.com
"This is one of my most favorite recipes. But because the sunflower nuts are so small and tend to stick to the sides of the bowl, I usually substitute sliced almonds or pine nuts instead. The combination of flavors in this salad and dressing are delicious."
Feb 6, 2002 on Food.com