Really Good! Made a double batch, with intentions of freezing half, but it was gone before I could freeze any. We did not think this was spicy at all, might even add more spice in the future. I was alittle concerned about the hominy (since I have never used & it looked disgusting) but I added half the amount called for & actually it was good once cooked (also added a nice texture). Will use full amount next time. The only other thing I changed was I added 2tsp cumin like others suggested. The topping of cheese, chips, sour lean, g. onions, & avocado really added to this dish. My husband loved this! Thanks!!
Excellent! My husband loved it! Fresh Cilantro is a must(.70 cents a bunch). We like chunkier style Guacamole so mashed two of the avocados & chopped the third into very small pieces. These pieces will mush up alittle as you stir in other ingredients, but still give it alittle chunk. If it is still too chunky you can mash it alittle with back of spatula. I will use this recipe on a regular basis. Thanks!
Very good. Followed recipe exactly as written, using apricot preserves. Followed others suggestions of using a pizza cutter(great idea) & dredging cut tortillas in sugar mixture a few at a time(less mess). I also think this salsa would be a good topping on waffles or ice cream. Thanks!
We really enjoyed this recipe. Only made a half recipe, using a 12oz bag of med frozen shrimp. I'm sure fresh shrimp would taste better but frozen was quick, easy, & tasted fine. Doubled the cayenne & hot sauce, since we like spicy foods. I also let it cook longer to thicken & meld flavors. Quick & healthy. Thanks!
Excellent!! Being that this is my first attempt at making cinnamon rolls, I completely relied on the suggestions of others. I didn't have a bread maker, so I used my KitchenAid with the dough hook. I let the yeast sit for a few minutes in warm water before continuing with other ingredients & used the full box of pudding. While yeast & water sit, heated oven to 175 degrees then turned off. Lightly oiled dough ball (in bowl) & the plastic wrap that I covered the bowl with. Placed bowl in oven to rise for about 75 minutes. While rising, I buttered a glass baking dish (using extra butter on the bottom of pan with a little brown sugar mixture sprinkled on top). Using dental floss(non-mint!), cut into 15 rolls (since it does fit in the pan better). Let rise again for about 75 minutes & baked. Spread the frosting recipe for Cinnabon Clone on to hot rolls. Really liked this frosting recipe & found extra was not needed. They came out perfect! This recipe is a keeper! Thanks for the recipe and thanks to everyone else for the wonderful suggestions!! One last warning! Do not eat rolls before trying to go to bed. You get a huge sugar buzz! Worst night of sleep I've had in a long time, but well worth it!
Great! Rinsed asparagus, cut off about an inch of the stems, drizzled with some olive oil - rolling to coat, seasoned, & threw in the oven. How easy is that! Cooked in the oven at 425 for 12-15 minutes, shaking the pan half way through. We still plan to make it on the grill someday. Asparagus is one of those veggies that people avoid because of not knowning how to cook it, or the yucky/mussy memories of having it as a kid. I think what people like about this recipe is that it's a good easy way to make tasty asparagus. Thanks!
Really enjoyed this salad. My husband loved it! The whole crispie thing didn't work out, so used broken up "Tostitos" chips instead. Chicken was very tasty & really moist! Will use the chicken marinade in the future, for just plain old grilled chicken. The dressing adds the final touch. The chicken & dressing really do make this salad! We topped off with some sliced avocado. Makes ALOT of salad!
This was good. From all of the rave reviews, I may have initially been expecting it to be a little better. But I have to say, this salsa really is addicting. One that you find yourself mindless munching on and going back for more. Did make the following minor changes - used frozen corn (thawed while marinating), only half cup of dressing, added fresh garlic, 2 seeded plum tomatoes (in addition to the canned), juice of 1 lime, a little cumin, fresh Cilantro and then added Avocado just before serving. Personally, I think the above changes (especially the Cilantro and Avocado) add to this dish. Marinating salsa overnight really helps improve the flavor. May continue to tweak recipe slightly, but will definitely make this again! Thanks! FYI - For those who don’t care for black-eyed peas (like me), you really can’t taste them once done.
We really liked this dish. Followed the directions exactly...except for a few slight modifications - cut up veggies in small chunks, used a red bell pepper instead of green, had to use sweet turkey sausage (with casings removed) since store was out of "hot" turkey sausage & we added an extra 1/2 tsp of red pepper flakes to make up for sweet sausage. Not spicy at all. Very good.
This is really simple to make & pretty good. I am not a huge blueberry fan but decided to make this for friends, after being given a huge basket of blueberries. They thought it was really good. Served over pound cake and ice cream, topping it with whipped cream. I liked the ease of this recipe & the very short ingredients list. Thanks!
We really enjoyed this soup. Made it as stated with the following changes - used hot italian sausage, used extra garlic, added onion and 1/2c. of pasta shells. Will continue to tweak this recipe, but it is a good basic recipe. Thanks, Tracy
Really good. We doubled recipe for family get together; mading two 9x13 glass casserole pans. Followed recipe as written. Used half medium Cheddar and half sharp Cheddar cheeses. Increased cooking time to 30 minutes covered, then spun pans & uncovered for additional 30 minutes. Wasn't sure about the cornflakes, but they turned out good. Thanks for the recipe.