Very good, next time I will add a bit more chocolate.
Easy and very good! Only the second time I ever made clams. Everyone loved them.
This is your perfect chili base recipe. I used to buy Wick Folwers chili packets. No need to do that anymore. People, go wild ad what is important for the special occasion. KEEPER!
Growing up with a mother that was from the depression era. She could cook great dishes with inexpensive foods. Thats how I felt when I made this recipe. It was Delicious considering the ingredients. Thanks for the recipe, worth my time to see how the other side( of the world ) eats.
This a keeper! My girl loves this chili. She is not into spicy foods. I don't add the heat till it's on my plate. My pain is, horseradish, raw onions, hot peppers and tabasco sauce.
This recipe is very good. I think it would be good on any roast or say, pork chops. This is a keeper recipe. Add one beef bouillon cube and a cup of red wine with pan juices. Thicken if you like or save for another use during the week.
Very good recipe I give it 5 stars. I used a 2 lb London broil sliced the long way so the roast was two long thin pieces about one inch thick. Then cut those in two giving me four nice servings. I didn't have tomato juice, so I used a whole can of diced tomatoes. To tenderize the meat I stabbed the meat with a fork a hundred times, no more no less. OK you can do more. Everyone loved this recipe. Thanks for sharing this, this is a keeper!
This recipe was AWSOME! It is a keeper. Easy and adjustable. Thanks!
This is a good recipe. But, did you see that coming? But, To make this good recipe great. Use, better for bread flour(high gutten makes the dough chewy) a pizza stone to dissipate the high heat. Preheat the oven to 500 degrees, cook for about 11 min.