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I kept everything the same in this dish except that I sauteed the veggies instead of boiling them and substituted the tarragon for a bunch of minced garlic. I have never loved brussel sprouts (I like all veggies but cabbage) however my kids like them so I have been trying to learn:) I really LOVED this dish. It tasted rich and creamy.
This recipe is delicious! I did make a few adjustments but mostly to accomoodate what I had on hand and for quantity. I had brussel sprouts that I wanted to use and changed the rest of the vegetables. I used sliced carrots and sliced red peppers. I also sauteed the brussel sprouts and carrots since they are harder in texture in a bit of olive oil and garlic first - and then continued with the recipe adding vegetable broth (instead of water and bouillion). I like a lot of sauce so I increased the liquid amount to 1 1/2 cups and I think this actually results in a good generous serving for 2 - instead of 4. I didn't have tarragon - substituted sage. Also added white pepper to the liquid mix. I also had whipped cream cheese on hand instead of sour cream so I used that. My teenaged daughter cleaned her plate and I'm enjoying the final bites of mine right now!Just had to write right away since the reviews seemed so so and this was not my experience. I think the outcome would be very similar even if you used all of the ingredients in the recipe except for the quantity of the sauce.
Great recipe -- versatile and easy! I measured all the spices as indicated used chicken broth instead of the bouillon and water (but just eyeballed the amounts) added a splash each of olive oil and white wine used 3 good dollops of sour cream instead of measuring it out from my large container and put a few pinches of shredded parm right into the pan at the end (instead of topping it once plated). I used the veggies I had on hand: fresh onion and carrot frozen brussels sprouts broccoli (maybe 1/2c each though I didn't measure) and green beans (maybe 1/4c) and jarred roasted red peppers and artichokes (probably 2tbs each). I served it over rigatoni because that's what was in the cabinet. Delicious!
Changed recipe a little. Didn't have angel hair used Rigatoni (corkscrew pasta). Used vegetable broth instead of bouillon cube & water (too salty). Used turnips instead of potatoes. No sour cream used Greek Yogurt in place of it. Allergic to Parmesan used Guerye cheese instead. Sauted onions and garlic in olive oil and butter then added rest of vegetables and dried herbs. Added vegetable broth then added pasta and yogurt at end. Shaved cheese on top. We enjoyed it. Husband loves Brussels Sprouts.
I didn't have tarragon or red pepper flakes so I left them out and used twice as much oregano. I added bit of salt and a clove of garlic. And despite the fact that the noodles all stuck together and I used twice as much potato as I should have... AND I didn't increase the water or sour cream to make up for it... this turned out quite well. Next time I make it (and I will make it again) I'll pay attention to what I'm doing and make it like it's supposed to be... versus the sticky (but tasty!) mess I have that reminds of high school "macaroni and glue".
I couldn't find any terragon oregano cornstarch and beans instead I used potato starch and canned beans. I guess because of that my dish lose taste so I added soy sauce. but it was still quite good I have to say..
Delicious!! The whole family loved it we had no leftovers that night. Made a couple of adjustments didn't have enough sour cream so used half cream cheese instead. Also didn't have tarragon so added more red pepper flakes and oregano plus some garlic powder (we're big on garlic). I loved being able to eat Brussels sprouts in a non-holiday meal. Will make again and again
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