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istytehcrawk

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About istytehcrawk

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  • Birthday 12/21/1984

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    Female
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    reading, writing, travel
  • Occupation
    small-town newspaper reporter
  • City
    Gillespie
  • State
    IL
  • Zip Code
    62033

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  1. Tonight's experiment: wonton wrapper lasagna (made with ground turkey and a Greek yogurt cream cheese/mozzarella/cheddar/spices mix instead of ricotta, which I don't like) and tacos (made with taco meat pilfered from my sister's supper). In the oven now!

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    2. istytehcrawk

      istytehcrawk

      They are! I would have even liked them before surgery, and my coworker asked for the recipe.

    3. Orchids&Dragons

      Orchids&Dragons

      Have you shared the recipe here?

    4. istytehcrawk

      istytehcrawk

      The recipe I based it on is in the first comment on this thread, though I just used some leftover sauce I had frozen about a month ago and made my own concoction for the cheese layer instead of ricotta. For that, I used half a block of Greek yogurt cream cheese, a third of a cup of shredded mozzarella and a third of a cup of cheddar, plus a heavy dose of garlic powder and some Italian seasonings. That was enough to make 9 cups, in this order: wonton, spoonful of cheese mixture, spoonful of sauce, wonton, spoonful of sauce, sprinkle of mozzarella. Baked them for 13 minutes. Her recipe uses a second layer of the cheese mixture, but mine does not (though if I make them again, I might include it).

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