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Anjaleck

Grandmother of four, raising two. Love to bake and cook. Live on small 42 acre ranch. 6 dogs, 3 horses, and many goats. Vegetable garden. Forage. Make jams and jellies. Work from home. Mill own flour.
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Anjaleck rated and reviewed the recipe Creamy Tuna Cavatelli
Creamy Tuna Cavatelli
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"I made this for supper and really, really like it. I did things a little differently based on what was in my pantry and the number of people eating it. I mostly doubled the recipe. There was no cavatelli, so I used Dreamfields elbows. I subbed parsley for the chervil, used plain sour cream rather than the dip with chives, the cheese was chunked rather than grated, and I used 3 cans of tuna versus the pouch. Lastly, I didn't use the flour to keep the carbs lower. That said, this turned out deliciously. It was very creamy and smooth. The flavors blended well with each other. I felt it needed more salt and pepper and added lemon pepper salt rather than plain salt and that taste blended perfectly with the dish. Would I make this again? Oh, yes! Would I recommend this dish? Oh, yes!"
Posted on 4/24/2012
Anjaleck rated and reviewed the recipe Chicken à la King
Chicken à  la King
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"This was delicious, so easy, and quick, and was a great way to use up the left-over turkey from Christmas dinner. Since we had eight people here, I doubled all the ingredients. I also added some chopped onion in the sauteing step. We served it over freshly baked bread (I baked bread today) and there was enough for all with a bit left-over for my husband and me for lunch tomorrow. I'm thinking about trying it over toast! This will become a staple for us since there are so many variations that come to mind for the versatile recipe."
Posted on 12/27/2009
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Posted 4/24/2012 8:19:15 PM REPORT ABUSE
Creamy Tuna Cavatelli
Creamy Tuna Cavatelli
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I made this for supper and really, really like it. I did things a little differently based on what was in my pantry and the number of people eating it. I mostly doubled the recipe. There was no cavatelli, so I used Dreamfields elbows. I subbed parsley for the chervil, used plain sour cream rather than the dip with chives, the cheese was chunked rather than grated, and I used 3 cans of tuna versus the pouch. Lastly, I didn't use the flour to keep the carbs lower. That said, this turned out deliciously. It was very creamy and smooth. The flavors blended well with each other. I felt it needed more salt and pepper and added lemon pepper salt rather than plain salt and that taste blended perfectly with the dish. Would I make this again? Oh, yes! Would I recommend this dish? Oh, yes!
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Posted 12/27/2009 7:44:59 PM REPORT ABUSE
Chicken à  la King
Chicken à la King
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This was delicious, so easy, and quick, and was a great way to use up the left-over turkey from Christmas dinner. Since we had eight people here, I doubled all the ingredients. I also added some chopped onion in the sauteing step. We served it over freshly baked bread (I baked bread today) and there was enough for all with a bit left-over for my husband and me for lunch tomorrow. I'm thinking about trying it over toast! This will become a staple for us since there are so many variations that come to mind for the versatile recipe.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
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