This was fabulous!!! We followed the recipe exactly and it was wonderful. I am not a huge fan of sweet potatoes but I loved it.
WOW!!! This was the best turkey I've ever had!!! The seasoning scared me a little that it may be too aggressive but I was soooo wrong. The combination of seasonings in the turkey mixed so beautifully with all to the other food served and the smell was fabulous!! I will be using this one from now on!!
I thought this was pretty good. It is very soupy. I believe next time I will omit the 8 oz. tomato sauce. I added 2 large diced potatoes, several sliced carrots and a handful of peas to give it a little more color. I also used diced tomatoes itstead of stewed. I also will say that I stuck with the 3 Tbsp. of sugar and thought it was just right.
ok...let me preface this by saying that I don't usually like sweet chili. I loved this recipe. It was tasty and easy. I made these changes. corn syrup instead of molasses(personal preference)1 pound ground beef, 1 chopped onion, 1 can drained kidney beans, 1 8oz. can tomato sauce, 1 tsp. chili powder, and 1 Tbsp brown sugar. I browned the beef, cooked the onions and peppers and cooked the whole thing on low for 6-8 hours. oh yeah, I used porkless baked beans. :)
my husband said this was the best buffalo chicken pizza he's ever had. I used only half a bottle of blue cheese, olive oil instead of butter, and yes...I soaked the chicken in the hot sauce first. I also drizzled a little hot sauce over the pizza. Delicious!!!!!
This was wonderful, but that is with the following changes...rice cooked in chicken broth, omit the cream of mushroom soupand chopped onion. After the first layer of chicken give the whole thing a generous shake of southwest seasoning. Very quick and very easy!!!
I thought the flavor was very nice....definitely VERY easy. I wish I had read the reviews, I probably would have made it with the small container of cool whip. I'm not sure about these people adding so much extra seasoning...It is subtle, not bland. Very nice and light. I served it with the graham cracker fingers.
Yummy!!! We loved this. I have actually served this for a dinner party. Everyone loved it!! I made these changes...chicken broth instead of water, balsamic vinegar instead of white vinegar, and omited the celery seed...personal preference, I hate them. :) The flavor of this dish is delightful. Very robust!
This was delicious!!! However, it was only because I followed the suggestions of others and omitted the bread crumbs. I used 1 1/2 pounds of fresh green beans, steamed them then tossed them in olive oil and spices, and sprinkled them with parmesan cheese. very nice.
This was delicious. A wonderful soup for a cold winter night!! Here are the changes I made....2 cans white beans, 1 can black beans(for color and texture)3 cups chicken broth, 4 Tbsp water and 2 Tbsp corn starch to thicken it and 1/2 cup sour cream just before serving. Top with more sour cream, cheese and chopped tomatoes. I also cut the jalapenos down to 1 Tbsp and cayenne to 1/4 tsp. but that is because I have 3 children under 3 years... I think I will increase it as they get older. :)
This was really wonderful!!! I was skeptical, I thought it would be too strong of chili's. I didn't change a thing and it was fabulous! A nice hearty man stew. Meaning....your husband will love it!!!
This soup is wonderful! A nice hearty soup. Would definitely qualify as comfort food! I added 1 tsp of cumin, 1 tsp of chili powder, 1 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp smoked paprika(the most amazing kiss from God for soup!!! warm and smokey flavor!!!),1 large carrot shredded, 2 potatoes in big chunks and an added can of corn. If you don't like the big chunks of chicken, you can boil your chicken breasts and shred it (when cooled) with your fingers. It gives a much smoother consistancy! On a scale of 1 to 10....my husband gave it an 11!! :)