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Reviewed Shrimp and Sausage Jambalaya
"This makes a huge pot of Jambalaya! I used andouli sausage and it gave it a spicy kick. We don't generally like too much spice, so next time I will use a different sausage. I loved the shrimp cooking underneath the rice, off the heat, they were perfect!...this is a great go to recipe for big spicey eaters as it makes a ton!!""
Reviewed Orange Brownies
"I made these today and these are just too sweet and chewy for our tastes. I would have liked them a bit more cake like. I love the taste that orange rind gives you could do the same with lemon in this recipe. I am glad I halved the recipe. I agree if using a glass baking dish, reduce the heat to 325 and use a cake tester..""
Reviewed Lemon Chicken Breasts
"Awesome!!....I used thighs they were to die for! This recipe is nice for breasts because you can slice the meat and drizzle the sauce on it...It's a huge hit...I had it with rice pilaf and baby carrots...get this...under $5.00 for a dinner for 4""
"way to large..add walnuts & make them smaller reducing the cooking time ...If you LOVE LOVE chocolate, you can get a fix with these!! they are brownie like..they are suitable for really hard core choco- holics!!""
"Delish!...no need to cut the polenta in rounds...avoid waste and just cut them square..I also added about two pressed teaspoons of brown sugar to my sauce to cut acid and deepen color. I am thinking and thinking...about making these polenta cakes more savory..it's a keeper..thanks Anne..this was my first time cooking with polenta, I will do it aga""