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Old Sat, Apr-22-06, 16:17
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I think I'll try it with cream cheese instead of mayo. Do you
think it would work?
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Old Sun, Apr-23-06, 18:23
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i am still crazy over this recipe. i make it aleast once a week. it is so easy to make. sue- what is left over i use the next day for work meals. sue
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Old Fri, Jul-07-06, 02:13
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sounds great and simple too! thanks for the recipe!
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Old Fri, Sep-22-06, 21:58
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Tofu chip? How do I make those? (new here...)
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Old Sun, Oct-15-06, 17:41
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Parmesan cheese...like the grated kind that comes in the green can thing?
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Old Sun, Oct-15-06, 17:47
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I HAVE to ask as I want to try this too! is the chicken raw or cooked when it goes into the dish to be covered with the sauce????
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Old Sun, Oct-15-06, 22:55
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Originally Posted by myheart7
Parmesan cheese...like the grated kind that comes in the green can thing?

I'm sure you could use that, but real parmesan would taste better.
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is the chicken raw or cooked when it goes into the dish to be covered with the sauce????

I'm pretty sure it would be raw. Cooked chicken would wind up too dry and yucky if cooked again for 40 mins.

Roz
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Old Mon, Oct-16-06, 03:27
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I'm going to try it with half and half mayo and sour cream!! it reduces the flavour of the mayo beautifully when I've done that before like in potato salad (before LC).
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Old Thu, Oct-19-06, 11:31
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Mmmm. I just made this and it was sooo yummy!! Such a good recipe!
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Old Tue, Oct-31-06, 20:21
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Originally Posted by dianna9234
the left over sauce is good over green beans too
I have taken the sauce and frozen it, only to add to the next time I make the dish. I keep re-using the sauce.
It is by far one of the best "comfort" sauces for missed foods.
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Old Wed, Nov-01-06, 17:47
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After reading this yesterday, it stuck on my mind.
I remembered how good it was, and easy to fix........

Tonight, I made it up again, and microwaved it under saran wrap.
And..... I added alot of oregano, crushed between my fingers.

And.... I did it again with a can of well drained artichoke hearts.


It was as good as I remember.

I'm going to make somemore over the weekend.
I also added a good shaking of crushed red pepper..


This is such a good comfort food!
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Old Wed, Nov-01-06, 17:49
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Tofu chip? How do I make those? (new here...)

If you do a search under quick snacks for tofu chips, you'll find my recipe.
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Old Sat, Nov-04-06, 11:51
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I made this recipe yet again.....
And I added a dollop (hefty tablespoon) of dijon mustard.

It just kicked it up a notch
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Old Sun, Jul-20-08, 19:33
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ooo think im def going to try this in the next few days!
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Old Tue, Jul-22-08, 16:09
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I have a recipe like this that I put on tilapia...we add a little butter as well.

We broil the fish a few minutes then flip and add the topping....
Dh and I were just thinking that the topping was so versatile and could be used on chicken....probably even meat like pork...heck I would even cover a flank steak or something

there are so many spices you could add in

cayenne
celery seed
basil
dill
endless
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