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I made this recipe for Christmas, and it was a hit and a half.
I made it again recently, and everyone loved it.
It was really easy, and it was warm and gooey in a good way.
It is not an original, but I wanted to share it anyway…
Here it is-
1/2 c white wine. I used cooking wine.
2 green onions, chopped
1 package of Alouette garlic and herb spreadable cheese. I find this at our Kroger in the deli and not with the regular cheese.
1 16 oz jar of plain Alfredo. I used the store brand both times, and it was fine.
1 package of crawfish tails, thawed if frozen
Biscuits, baked, two for each person
In a medium pot, heat the wine and onions for about three minutes. Then, pile in everything else but the biscuits. Warm until everything is combined well and warmed through.
In a bowl for each person, split a biscuit. Spoon the crawfish mixture over the biscuit until the biscuit is coated.
Lather, rinse, repeat.
I could not begin to count how many different recipes I tried this Christmas. I made some good things, and I made some not so hot things. This recipe is the one people are still talking about in a good way. That makes me excited that we enjoyed something so much.
The recipe is a keeper.
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