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"This was very simple to make. Mine turned out very light with a nice hint of sweetness and cinnamon. The texture was definitely not moist though -- more crumbly. I might make this again, but not for company."
"Not bad for a diet soup. I didn't think it had much flavor, and it was pretty unappetizing to look at. Still, it served its purpose well for my diet and I would make it again if I need a very low-calorie meal."
"This was a SLAM DUNK! I have had a few disasters in my attempts to make Indian food. This is the first recipe I made that really WORKED! My BF and I absolutely loved it. I reduced the vinegar to 2T, added 1T brown sugar, and used chicken thighs. I blended the first 11 ingredients (including the tomato sauce) a day ahead, then threw everything..."
"This was not bad, but not a favorite for me or my BF. The only change I made initially was to substitute quinoa for the couscous for a little extra nutrition. Once the dish was made, we thought it was just too bland. I added lemon juice for more bite and dried cranberries for a little sweetness. I may not use this exact recipe again, but will ..."
"Great way to roast asparagus. I usually just bake it with olive oil, salt, and pepper, so the garlic and thyme (I just used a sprinkling of dried) were nice additions. The 40 minutes total cooking time worked well for my medium-thickness spears. Smaller ones will take less time. I will be making this again!"
"LOVED this dish. My boyfriend did too. As others suggested, I cut up the chicken thighs first and used brown rice. I also couldn't find andouille, so I used smoked sausages. Yum!"
"Count me among the skeptics, but I was intrigued enough to give this a try. It really is GOOD! I made some suggested changes: subbed BBQ sauce for the tomato sauce, added celery, and used a blend of pepperjack and cheddar cheeses. It turned out really delicious, as well as cheaper and less greasy than a meatloaf. Can't wait for leftovers for l..."
"I didn't know I could make my own enchilada sauce! This was much easier than I expected. The full recipe made more than I needed for my 9x9 pan of enchiladas, but I'm happy to find something else to do with the extras. Note that this does thicken up further as it cools, so don't cook too long if you won't use it right away."
"Great recipe for my first attempt at enchiladas. I like shredded chicken more than diced, so I slow cooked my chicken breasts for 6 hours in the crockpot with a bit of water. It worked well. I didn't buy sour cream, so I just used 3 oz of cream cheese. Really excellent filling that I will eat alone! I would definitely recommend the Texas Red ..."
"Yum! I can't stop snacking on this. This is the crunchiest granola I've made, which may be because it uses more oil than other recipes. I added coconut to mine and used whole chopped almonds. I thought 1 cup of almonds was a bit much, so I will also reduce this. I also tried to cut corners (and save $$) on the vanilla, but I do think it needs..."