I must say...excellent! I have never rated a recipe on this site but I just had to for this one! The only changes I made was substituting the ground beef for ground turkey, threw in a little bit more red pepper and used whole peppers standing upright. Great combination of flavors and spices! Thanks so much for a great recipe!! Definitely a keeper!
Let me tell ya'! This dip is awesome!! I've made this dip literally probably 20 times. Everyone in my family LOVES it and it is a must have for any get together. My family always requests it and cannot stop eating it. It is so addicting! Sometimes I add some shredded cheese to make it extra cheesy!
I made this soup as is, except I added Johnsonville chicken Italian sausage. It was very good and very healthy!! Other reviews said not to cook the tortellini in the soup because it makes it thick but I did not have that experience. I think that if you boil the tortellini in the broth for only about 5-7 minutes, it has the perfect consistency and it still cooks in the broth after you take it off of the heat. Very good, will make again!
I normally don't like things with cream of chicken soup in them but this one was good! I did like other reviewers suggested and substituted chicken broth for water and it made the dish a lot more flavorful. I just added my water and a spoon full of chicken stock and it really added to the dish. I also added some celery and carrots. Follow the other reviews when it says to cook the dumpling for about an hour to an hour and a half. My Husband rated this dish a 9 out of 10. I will be making this again! Thanks for a great recipe!
This is a great basic meatball recipe! I modified the recipe for what I had on hand and from reading other reviews. I used 1lb ground Italian pork sausage (such as Jimmy Deans) and 1 pound of ground turkey because it is what I had on hand. I also substituted 1 cup of dried Italian bread crumbs in place of the stale bread and used grated parmesan cheese instead of fresh romano. I also used 1/2 cup milk instead of water. I baked these meatballs in the oven for 30 minutes at 350° and then added them to my sauce. My Husband and I both raved about the meatballs and we over ate because they were so good. We even fought about who got the take the left overs the next day for lunch. Truly a great starter recipe and I love that cheaper/easier substitutions can be made and they are still great.