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    I use crepes instead of pasta in this dish, it REALLY makes a difference! I like to use a cheese filling, but a meat filling can easily be substituted, or even a meat sauce :) Make more than you think you will need, there never seem to be any leftovers! I created this recipe by combining a few of my other recipes, I've been making this for years. Since most of the time it is just me and my boyfriend, I have scaled it down to serve 2 people. You can easliy double if needed. This sounds like a lot more work than it actually is, but it is so worth it! You could substitute jarred sauce if you want, but don't sub pasta for the crepes, that would be tragic.....hah! I estimated the prep and cooking times, it can really vary depending on what you already have on hand.

    Recipe #422030

    This is a great dressing or dipping sauce (my boyfriend LOVES to dip his french fries in it....... here in Washington they MUST have something to dip fries in other than ketchup..haha).. it makes a GALLON, but you can scale it down, I usually cut it in fourth. :) I got this from CDKitchen.com posted by member Angelsplaying on there.

    Recipe #327929


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