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I tried the recipe on Olive Gardens website for their alfredo sauce...It turned out horrible..YUCK! I don't even know what I did wrong. I'm going to try a different, simpler recipe I have for their sauce soon though.
A pizza casserole that I tried. It had a bisquick type batter that you poured on it. I followed the recipe exactly and the batter was super runny. Poured it over the casserole anyway. Took the casserole out at the end of the cooking time stated and it was no where near cooked through. I almost tripled the cooking time to get it to a point that it was set. It didn't really taste all that great in the end either.
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i tried to make these burritos filled with cabbage .. onion ... (those redish / purple ones) ... avocado ... refriend beans ... ground beef ... anyways s put so much stuffing in each that i had to flatten the contents and put a tortilla on top and just like pan sear the both sides and made floppy wanna be mexican pizzas ... oh my
IT TASTED GREAT ...
but i burned myself while flipping these huge thing s in the pan ... and they were floppy
but they were totally not what i wanted as a result