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Reviewed Posole Mexican Lasagna
"This dish is amazingly good! I even modified it a bit by using "healthier" ingredients. I used ground turkey for the meat, reduced fat, mexican shredded cheese, low-carb tortillas, and reduced fat sour cream. I also used Salsa Verde from a jar instead of using fresh tomatillas. I've made this dish three times, using the suggested ingredients a"
Reviewed Nutty Orange Coffee Cake
"This cake is absolutely SCRUMPTIOUS! My family and coworkers just LOVE it! I suggest using a cup of sugar instead of 3/4 cup. I always seem to run out of the sugar mixture. I also use low-fat cream chese, and it certainly doesn't take away from the flavor. I bake it a little longer than suggested - until it's nice and golden on top. Just another delicious Paula Deen creation!"
"I've made this dish twice. The first time I used a mix of beef, pork, & veal (found @ Winn Dixie). I also used regular mozzarella because I couldn't find smoked. I followed the recipe otherwise, and it was wonderful! I did think it was a bit too salty for me, and my parents agreed. However, it was still VERY good. The second time I made it, I used smoked mozzarella (found at The Fresh Market), parm-regg cheese for the sauce instead of pecorino-romano, a beef & pork mixture (couldn't find veal or 3-meat mixture at Kroger), and I accidentally bought prociutto instead of pancetta. My boyfriend LOVED the dish and its smokey flavor. I think I prefer the regular mozzarella instead of the smoked, and I really liked that 3-meat mixture I used the first time. The second go round wasn't quite as salty, but I was also very aware of how much salt I added the second time. I also think the pecorino-romano cheese and pancetta are better for the sauce. Overall, it was a hit both ways! "