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Reviewed Spanish Shrimp and Rice
"I used less rice and added chopped mushrooms to bulk it up a little. It was very good."
Reviewed Easy Rice Bake Casserole
"I added cooked shrimp, sliced carrots, and used 2 cups rice combined in a 2-qt casserole. It was very good. I didnt find it bland or dry at all. "
Reviewed Ravioli Alfredo With Peas
"Very good. I added some Mozzarella on top and used 3/4 cup cooking water for more sauce. I also boiled some broccoli in the pasta water to bulk up the dish."
Reviewed Lemon-Garlic Shrimp and Grits
"Didnt use the lemon but just as good without it. Grits turned out great. I added a cheddar and mont. Jack blend."
Reviewed Red Velvet Swirl Brownies
"I added 1/3 cup chocolate chips to the brownie layer before baking for extra sweetness. Turned out perfectly. The key is to make sure the ingredients for the cream cheese layer are at room temperature before baking. After baking, I let it cool completely, then put it in the fridge until serving. The texture and flavor were much more like a che"
Reviewed Ravioli and Vegetable Soup
"Delicious and easy. I omitted the celery and escarole and used 1/2 cup frozen peas instead, and topped with pizza cheese instead of parmesan because thats what I had on hand. I also added 4 oz. of cubed cream cheese at the end which thickened the broth a little."
Reviewed BBQ Chicken Pizza
"Easy to make and a crowd-pleaser. I used chicken thighs and a combination of swiss, Cheddar, mozzarella, and pizza cheeses, and a bit more barbecue sauce on the crust to make it saucier."
"Great recipe. I replaced the ham with bacon and peas with broccoli. My sauce was not thin at all because it cooled and thickened while I heated the broiler. I would make this again."