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Revamping Recipes: Creamy Mexican Pasta

I wanted to start my semester off with a bang, so I chose a very simple and affordable (but incredibly delicious) recipe found at Recipe Zaar.

DSC_0216I revamped the recipe slightly, which you’ll see how below.


1 lb uncooked bow tie pasta  (I used Ziti)
1 1/2 lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts (I only used 3/4 a pound)
2 tablespoons butter
2 garlic cloves, crushed (I used garlic powder I had on hand)
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup milk
1 cup chicken broth (I used chicken bouillon and made my own broth)
1 cup salsa
8 ounces cream cheese, cut into 1/2 inch cubes

This recipe was very simple and affordable for me to make because I had almost everything on hand already.

Let’s see just how easy it was.


DSC_0223 I started the dish by boiling a big pot of water.  Before I poured the pasta in, I took a cup of the boiling water and poured it into

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Revamping Recipes: Tuna-Pasta Casserole

This weekend I looked to my trusty Betty Crocker Cookbook for a recipe. This cookbook is very dear to my heart because my mom has one very similar that she has used my entire life. I would look through it for hours while she would be cooking or baking and dream about all the amazing food we could make. Last Christmas, she bought me one of my own and I love it! I haven’t made many recipes with it, but I’m already loving the ones I have tried.

I went with the Tuna-Pasta Casserole because I had almost all of the ingredients, because it seemed easy enough, and because it sounded like something that would reheat fairly

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Revamping Recipes: Belly Buster

I am really getting the hang of making big batches of food every Sunday. This time I made a HUGE casserole (or hotdish as we call them in MN) which could very well feed me every day until next Sunday when it’s time to make something new. I found this recipe called Belly Buster at RecipeZaar. The small amount of ingredients and number of servings (4-6) drew me in. Plus, the pictures had me salivating on my keyboard, so I figured I had to give in and make it. I had to buy most of the ingredients, but that was mainly because I was completely out of almost everything.

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