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"Hey Evie - You've got a winner here. We served this over fettuccine and absolutely loved it. We've tried other dishes in the past that called for mustard of some sort, but never really found one we liked until know. The mustard did not overpower the sauce and the combination of the mustard, mushrooms, marsala and mascarpone was delici..."
"DH said he was hungry for hamburger steak with onions and this one looked good. I did make a couple of changes. I added a little worchestershire sauce, cajun seasoning and seasoned italian bread crumbs to the meat and made 3 good sized patties. I used about 3 tbsp of butter to saute the onions which were sprinkled with cajun seasoning. Once th..."
"We absolutely loved this recipe. I added a lot more cajun seasoning than the recipe called for but that's the way we like our food. DH wanted the chops very brown, but unfortunately when you do that it overcooks the chops after baking it in the oven. I'll have to change up the cooking process a bit in order not to overcook the chops. I only us..."
"We really enjoyed this soup. I used boneless skinless thighs (DH's favorite) and browned them in a little olive oil. I then added the mushrooms to the "drippings" and sweated those until tender. I added the butter (increased to 4 tbsp) and sauteed the vegetables until soft and slightly carmelized. I didn't use the thyme or Mrs. Dash - just an ..."
"DH's barber gave him a huge bag of lemons from his yard so I had to make a pie. I chose this one and couldn't have been happier with the outcome. I didn't use the crust recipe - just a regular Pillsbury "unfold" type crust. I did increase the lemon juice by at least two tablespoons which increased the "pucker factor", but it was awesome. We ea..."
"This pie is excellent - perfect blend of spice/sweet/creaminess. The only change I made was to bake it at 425 degrees for 15 minutes then lower the temperature to 350 degrees and bake for another 50 minutes. At first I was skeptical about the amount of cinnamon, but after eating a piece I found the amount to be perfect."
"WOW - what a great soup! If you haven't tried it don't pass this one up. I didn't have any fresh spinach so I just left it out and I added a bit of cajun-style seasoning. I'm so pleased to have found and tried this recipe."
"This was my first time making guacamole and it was fantastic. I did omit the cilantro (not a fan) and I reduced the cayenne to 1/8 tsp (I can't imagine using 1/2 tsp and I like my food a little on the spicy side). In fact, I doubled the recipe and DH & I polished it off in 3 days. I bought the new Tostitos chips - a "hint of jalapeno" and they ..."
"I made these to serve with Poblano Chicken Chowder (recipe #209955) and both my husband & I enjoyed them very much. They were the perfect pairing with the chowder. I did reduce the cayenne pepper to about 1/8 teaspoon as I thought 1/2 teaspoon might be a bit much. I used buttermilk self-rising cornmeal and loved the little "tartness" from it an..."
"The weather was cold and dreary today so I was looking for a soup that would warm the soul and this one fit the bill. Both my husband & I enjoyed it very much. I bought two rotisserie chickens from the deli and used the meat from them - my husband likes a lot of meat in his soup. I diced my vegetables much small than 1/2" and I used 3 very large..."