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"Yum! This was much more flavorful than I expected. I made it as directed and served with a hearty bread to dip in the stew. In the future I think I will cut the sweet potato cubes a bit smaller. Overall, very satisfying."
"Yum!! I added a bunch of cilantro to the mix and made 4 large enchiladas instead of 5. I also topped with cheddar cheese before baking, and served with sour cream and green onions. DELICIOUS!"
"This has changed my life!! Now I make 5 or 6 PB&J sandwiches when I have a few minutes to spare, and keep the in a stack in the freezer to have at the ready. They thaw perfectly -- you'd NEVER know they were frozen. I use whole wheat bread & natural peanut butter, both with great results."
"I used all shortening and added a half-cup of chopped pecans and these were FANTASTIC! Baked for 10 minutes on the dot, even though they didn't look quite done, they were perfect."
"Yum!!! I made this with a few changes to fit what I had on hand: 12 ounce package of wide egg noodles, slightly reduced amounts of sugar and butter, and 4 fresh summer peaches that I had sliced and frozen at the end of the summer. Delicious! This is going to be my noodle kugel recipe from now on. Thanks!!!"
"My mom's words: "I would definitely make it again." Made it as directed but substituted vegetable broth for chicken and didn't heat it ahead of time. Also used fresh fava beans. Easy and delicious."
"Yum! Really delicious, and great new way to use eggplant. I left out the bell pepper and used oil-packed tomatoes, but still delicious. Next time I think I'll cut the salt back a bit and cut the eggplant down into smaller cubes. Thanks for a treat!UPDATE - a year later: I just made this again with some more changes -- I reduced the salt, omi..."
"My husband's exact words, "these are the best pickled beets I've ever had." I used 3 large fresh beets (boiled until soft) with 3/4 of a large yellow onion. I didn't have any horseradish, and used a couple of shakes of ground cloves instead. I doubled the sugar per another reviewer's recommendation, and used half white vinegar, half apple cider..."
"I'm always on the lookout for a new greens recipe, and this is a great way to make collards. I omitted the tabasco and used vegetable broth instead of chicken, and it came out great. Not too spicy, just a little kick. Thanks for posting this."