Best Ever Scotcheroos - Weekend Potluck 368

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Even if it didn't get the most clicks, I'd already picked out this recipe for the Best Ever Scotcheroos as one of my nominees for a featured recipe because... well, you just have to see!

The recipe post breaks down all the whats and whys of the perfect recipe and debunks several myths! Ya gotta check out the finished product! Ya just gotta!

And I honestly don't know which of the other features I'm going to make first! The lasagna recipe is soooooo much like mine but there's one little difference that I think I've got to try next time!

And though I usually make Shepherd's Pie with beef and lamb, the recipe we're featuring uses a different ground meat combo that I'm convinced will be phenomenal! And this recipe for chicken stir-fry has a unique ingredient that I can't believe I didn't think to try myself!

Take a look at our four featured recipes from last week's Weekend Potluck then scroll down to see what's new this week!

The recipe with the most clicks was...

Best Ever Scotcheroos by Dance Around the Kitchen

Recipes that caught our attention...

Ultimate Shepherd’s Pie by No Plate Like Home

Drunken Chicken Stir-Fry by With A Blast

Featured Hostess Recipe...

Quick and Easy Lasagna by Sweet Little Bluebird

Your Hostesses...

The Country Cook ~ Brandie

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1 comment:

  1. So much amazing food here at Weekend Potluck! Have a great weekend and thanks for hosting.


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