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Old Fri, Mar-27-15, 09:19
lkelley36 lkelley36 is offline
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Yay!! I am gonna get the stuff today!! And....I can never totally go by a recipe!!...lol!! I always add something....Will let yall know!!

OHHHH!!!! And I am really into smoked paparika!!! That I will definately try!!!
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Old Fri, Mar-27-15, 09:39
Whited Whited is offline
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Yes I agree more eggs would be good. I'll try that next time.
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Old Fri, Mar-27-15, 10:42
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did any of you take photos?
love to see how it looks.
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Old Fri, Mar-27-15, 10:44
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It also was kind of mushy (unless I did it wrong). Actually as the original poster stated it might be just right as a stuffing for mushrooms -- I might try that.

more like a casserole?
chili relleno stuffing?
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Old Fri, Mar-27-15, 11:36
lkelley36 lkelley36 is offline
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yummmm!!!! Got my stuff!!
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Old Fri, Mar-27-15, 14:15
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It worked out best in a normal sized muffin pan, I baked it for 40 min and then put it under the broiler for 2 min to brown the top a little. They were not mushy, they didn't just drop out of the pan though, I had to use a knife to work them out.
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Old Mon, Mar-30-15, 09:41
lkelley36 lkelley36 is offline
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Sooooo mine didn't turn out right.... I don't know why though....I did put to much garlic...was playing with the food processor. My problem was that it was too wet....I am gonna try again. They tasted good except for the garlic. All I had was mexican garlic (the purple color garlic). It is really strong. Gonna try again though.....
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