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"I couldn't find Newburg sauce so I left it out. It was still fabulous and tasted very much like the Olive Garden version! My son (who tends to be a bit of a picky eater) even loved it. Thanks for the recipe!"
"This was very good! I was looking for a recipe that was like one that I had misplaced. I tweaked the recipe a little bit and used nutmeg instead of the cloves and ginger and used a tad more pumpkin than 1 cup. They turned out sort of like muffins and my whole family enjoyed them. Thanks for posting!"
"This was really good! I used 1/2 teaspoon of cayenne pepper and a "sprinkling" of salt and pepper. It was very flavorful. Next time, I'll dice up the vegetables a bit smaller so it all blends together a bit better. Thanks for posting."
"My family really liked this dish. Definitely use AT LEAST 1 1/2 pounds of meat - otherwise you end up with too much topping (as in my case). It was still a very simple and tasty meal. Thanks for posting."
"This recipe is a keeper although I think I'll tinker with it a bit. My family thought the basil was a little overpowering but it has a really good flavor overall. Plus it was simple to make. Thanks for posting."
"This is definitely a keeper! The whole family loved it and it was different from what we normally eat. I added a can of corn for color and a little more tomato sauce which made about 1/2 cup more filling than the pie could hold. No worries though because the filling tasted good by itself! Thanks for posting Mariah."
"Although quick and edible, this dish was rather bland. Maybe mixing the cream of mushroom soup in with the beef would make the meat more flavorful; or adding a can of corn?? I made it as the recipe stated and it was definitely missing something."
"I used the chicken taco meat recipe #4957 instead of the pre-packed stuff and it was fabulous! I shredded the chicken and let everything come to a boil and then simmered it for about 15-20 minutes. I made my own spanish rice separately and put that in the bottom of the bowl, then the soup and then the garnishes - yu-um!! Thanks for posting!!"
"Outstanding! So easy and meaty. I used 1 onion and garlic salt instead of fresh garlic. It was still very flavorful - my whole family enjoyed it."