Hey everyone, hey Jacob!
I have a bit of a problem. I went to the store and got this frozen family dinner a few weeks ago, out of time and desperate for something. I was expecting it to be total junk, but surprisingly it was really good, and the family loved it too. The problem is, it is expensive, and...well...it comes out of a freezer at a grocery store. :( I would love to be able to make that recipe at home. I have all the ingredients written down that were listed on the box, but I don't know how to actually put them all together to recreate that particular dish. It's a common Italian recipe - Chicken Cannelloni - BUT I've had many versions of that and it wasn't nearly as good as this particular recipe. If I could mimic it, my family would be verrrry happy.
That being said, how do you guys go about reconstructing/reproducing a recipe? And does anyone want to take a crack at the ingredient list and a suggest a method?
A lot to ask I know, but I am desperate for this recipe!
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