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Reviewed Twice-Baked Potatoes
"These are a family favorite, but I only gave this version of the recipe 3 stars. First, the butter is too much. One stick of butter works fine and you don't need the two sticks. Also, I don't use the seasoned salt in these, but that is just a personal preference. I find the seasoned salt to have too much of a "celery salt" taste to it, so I pr"
Reviewed Chicken Fried Steak with Gravy
"I've made this recipe several times from her blog and was glad to see her include it on her first episode. It has a lot of flavor and I love the thickness of the flour/batter/flour coating. ""
Reviewed Chicken and Dumplings
"This is one of my most favorite dishes to cook and enjoy, and this quicker version of this dish was almost equally as good to a made from scratch recipe. I was surprised by many of the negative reviews for this dish
I was confused by one reviewer who mentioned that the base of the dish needed to be thicker and that the dumplings need to be baked so they were not soggy. Dumplings are not meant to be crispy or browned. They are meant to be soft and pillowy since they are cooking in a soup base and not baked in an oven. The suggestion this reviewer offered to bake this dish in the oven is confusing for anyone who knows what a traditional dish like Chicken and Dumplings really is. Baking this in the oven so the biscuits get brown and crispy and the sauce is thick would lend this to be a chicken casserole. The exact opposite of what Chicken and Dumplings really is."