This was an easy recipe to make and my husband really enjoyed it! As recommended by other reviewers, I mixed everything together and baked it for 20 minutes at 350 degrees. I made this recipe a second time and added two Italian sausages and some onion and minced garlic to the meat mixture (also put in some extra pasta sauce). It was even better! Yum!
The soup tastes very good! I used two boxes of rice-a-roni and added a can of corn which gives it a nice taste. For whatever reason, though, the rice didn't cook all the way through, so the soup is slightly crunchy (but fortunately, only slightly). It's still really good though.
This recipe was good, but not great. It definitely was not spicy (we used chili powder instead of chili paste, which may have been why it was milder than expected). The orange taste was pretty evident. I probably won't make this recipe again, but if I do, I will definitely look for some sort of hot Asian chili paste.
I took the advice of several others and used gravy instead of beef broth. Also, I mixed the carrots (which I microwaved instead of boiled) with 1/2 cup of frozen peas (my husband is not a big fan of peas) and a can of corn. I added lots of garlic powder to the beef mixture and sprinkled some on the veggies as well. I will likely make this in the future, but plan on leaving out the carrots.
I used Rosetto small round cheese raviolis and added fresh mushrooms (which I sauted with the onion) to a jar of Ragu classic alfredo sauce. In addition, I added two chicken apple sausages which I diced up and added to the onions and mushrooms. In my hurry to get dinner done, I forgot to add minced garlic to the sauce. My husband said the sauce was bland...probably won't make this recipe again. Maybe it'd be better to make my own sauce like other reviewers recommended.
I took the advice of several reviewers and substituted celery for other veggies. I also added garlic powder, garlic salt, Cajun seasoning and a dash of cayenne pepper to jazz it up. I thought it was tasty and will make it again.
A good vanilla frosting recipe and I plan on making it again. Mine turned out a little thin so I added some extra powdered sugar and that helped.
Tasty bread...I halved it (because I didn't have enough pumpkin) and coarsely chopped the cranberries. I took others advice of using slightly less sugar and using a combination of mostly white sugar with some brown sugar. In the future, I may add chocolate chips, as others have recommended.
I made this recipe without the carrots and added lots of garlic powder. I didn't particularly like the soup but my husband did and said he would have given it five stars, except that he didn't like the texture of the broccoli in the soup. I may try it again...
My muffins came out kind of flat. They tasted okay (I added extra sugar like others recommended), however, I don't think I'll make them again.
My husband enjoyed this dish, but I wasn't as impressed. I used 2 1/2 teaspoons of minced garlic and marinated it for approximately four hours, and found it still kind of bland. Maybe I did something wrong? I may try it again...
My husband enjoyed this and said he'd have it again. I wasn't as big a fan of this recipe though. I used the recommendations of flouring the chickens and adding sauted onions to the sauce. I didn't have any heavy cream and used milk instead...seemed to turn out fine though.