This is quite good and wonderfully quick to throw in the crockpot. I had to keep a close eye on it and removed it when the pop up button "popped" - was glad I did because it would have been dry otherwise. Flavor was quite good! UPDATE I had to upgrade my rating - this is now one of our favorites! I make it a couple of times a month, either with a turkey breast or a whole chicken, and it is SO GOOD! I prefer (still) to use a bird with a button so that we can remove it and not overcook. Leftovers are perfect for soup.
This is fantastic. I've made it several times now and keep a batch split in my freezer - the extended family requests it. Perfect especially for hot weather gatherings!
This is the best apple pie filling I've ever tasted! I am not that great a baker (especially with pies) but this in the earthquake pie crust recipe from this site is always a big hit. The filling is gooey and yummy. Only thing I change is to add in some nutmeg.
This was pretty good. We didn't "love" it but it was a nice change from the standard green been casserole - and I can definitely see using other veggies in it. The only thing I did differently was use onion powder instead of the minced onion.
This is tasty and went over well with my family. I added a tbsp or 2 of spicy mustard and some extra garlic, and also used a tsp or so of onion powder instead of the sliced onion. Also seared it on all sides to help maintain moisture in the roast.
I've made this a few times and keep forgetting to review - it's very tasty. I do halve the sugar (it's quite sweet) and would like to try it with orzo instead of the acini di pepe at some point. I have also used extra fruit instead of the marshmallows. I could very happily just eat the custard ... it is wonderful stuff. :)
This is without a doubt one of my all time favorite recipes from this site. I have adapted it to our tastes - no chopped onion while cooking (use onion powder for the smooth texture), and I cook the ground beef in an additional cup or two of broth then drain to remove the extra fat - I also have added more broth and just simmered until it all reduces and gets beautiful and smooth and thick. Also I add just a touch of molasses (maybe a tsp or two). Freezes beautifully, if you ever have any left - we never seem to. This has been a big hit at family gatherings, and we also like to serve it on hot dogs as a change from serving over spaghetti (sacrilege, I know, but it's GOOD! LOL).
Heavenly! We make this to go with our yearly apple picking & pie making (highly recommend Granny Ople's pie filling with the earthquake crust from this site!) and it is divine. Definitely a rare treat due to the calories but we look forward to it every fall.
Good. We make this for picnics and it always gets eaten. I usually add some craisins.
Dh loves this! Made it tonight thanks to the cooler weather and it was a big hit - as per the other reviews, I used 2.5-3 lbs hamburger, 2 15-oz cans of tomato sauce, then filled one of the cans full of water (about 1 3/4 cups), and cut back on the chili powder (I can't imagine 3/4 of a cup) . Also added in a couple of beef bouillon cubes. Yum! I look forward to seeing how it is the second day.
Very good. I don't keep cooking sherry around, so I subbed 2 tbsp chicken broth and 2 tbsp rice wine vinegar (I think you could use any "sweet" vinegar). Very good as a marinade for chicken. We make this all the time - it's our "go to" meal (usually put on chicken) when we are craving Chinese type food.
Kids loved it, adults were non-committal. I would make it for the kids again (maybe as a thing to keep in the fridge for my eldest who is NEVER EVER full and always looking for something to eat) but not necessarily for a meal - we had a birthday party today, I made it as a test run (I always have a 'new' dish - it's become a tradition) and while the kids inhaled it (including the visiting kids)) the adults weren't impressed. Neither hated it nor loved it. I might try making it adapted w/ real potatoes and cutting back on the onion dip.