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"Thanks Kim D. for posting this recipe. We loved it. I used recipe #484807 as the seasoning to it. The baking time is perfect! Nice moist chicken. This is a keeper."
Mar 27, 2013 on Food.com
"So, so good. I used a rotisserie seasoning instead of cajun, but I bet it would be good with cajun. I omitted the butter and used butter pan spray and olive oil. Then, I thought I had carrots, but I didn't and I used rutabaga. DH gobbled this up like nothing. He and I both loved this. And I'm not a big fan of turkey, but this I really liked. Thank..."
Mar 11, 2013 on Food.com
"DH and I really enjoyed this dish. As per other reviews, I took some advice. I added some diced onions and chili flakes to the oil with the garlic. I flattened out my chicken breasts to promote even cooking. I salt and peppered the chicken breasts before I poured on the brown sugar mixture. I baked at a lower temperature, but I understand why it w..."
Jan 7, 2013 on Food.com
"YUM!!!!!! I had only made fresh brussels sprouts once, to not so good results. I boiled them. YUCK! Today at the grocery store these little beauties were screaming my name to buy them and make them again. I searched recipes and came upon this one. I am very pleased. I added slivered garlic to this and that was fabulous. Thanks Jason for showing me..."
Sep 10, 2012 on Food.com
"I picked up some chicken breasts at the grocery store at a really good price. I had no clue what I was going to do with them. Bored with our same old, same old. DH said chicken and rice. So I searched for recipes and came upon this one. It is very, very good. We really liked this dish. I liked the "one skillet" part, and the fact that there wasn't..."
Aug 22, 2012 on Food.com
"You are correct when you say this is simple. This was such a refreshing salad. Crisp corn, sweet tomatoes, and a little tang from the onions, all married together perfectly with the dressing. I served this along side grilled salmon and everyone raved over it. The only thing I did differently, and it was just a preference for me, was I added just a..."
Jul 23, 2012 on Food.com
"These were AMAZING!!! So good and flavorful. I made these as the "surf" in surf & turf for supper tonight. Sad thing, my grill ran out of gas as I was doing my steaks, so I had to finish them on my George Foreman indoor grill. Still good none-the-less. I didn't change a thing. Thanks Teresa for this recipe."
Jul 1, 2012 on Food.com
"I absolutelly LOVED this taco meat!!!!! I even said to my mom that I'm no longer making tacos with taco seasoning ever again. I cooked up 2 lbs. of lean ground chuck, then drained it and added 1/3 C. of the hot sauce. DELICIOUS! We topped our tacos as we would our regular tacos with lettuce, tomato and cheese. I even added more of the Frank's hot ..."
Jun 27, 2012 on Food.com
"***MADE FOR THE "PAPA D" COOKATHON - In Memory***
This was a simple dish to make and oh so good. I made recipe as is except I added about 1/2 tsp. red pepper flakes to the oil before I put in the scallops, mushrooms, and garlic. Just for a little heat. More could probably added. Thanks for this recipe. You will be greatly missed on this site."
Jun 24, 2012 on Food.com
"First and foremost - thank you Andi of Longmeadow Farms for sharing this recipe. OK - this was one "hot" dish. But still AMAZING. As Andi says - the heat must mellow with the cooking, because it seemed to tone down. I served this over a cheesy rice I made, which I felt had a cooling effect also. And when that rice and cheese met that sauce - heave..."
Jun 14, 2012 on Food.com