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"This was lovely! I added 4 cloves of garlic and half a pepper (chopped thickly) for more texture and it was absolutely lovely! Thanks for posting!"
"I was looking for a sauce to go with the pork that i had bought, and wanted something slightly different to what I usually cook. This was absolutley gorgeous, and I have no doubt that if it went this well with pork, it will be divine with lamb - thanks Bergy, this one's a keeper. I used sweet marmalade, and didn't find it to be too overpowering,..."
"I have no words for how great and easy this sauce is.... I chopped onions and tomatos and poured the sauce over pork chops. I added 2 tbsps of sugar as I prefer a slightly sweeter bbq sauce. This was truly lovely and I will definitely be using this again - thank you!"
"This was lovely. the meat was perfect, I added a red pepper to add a bit of colour to the meat which worked very well.Thanks, this is a really delicious meal."
"This was sooo simple and so nice. I also added pastrami, chorizo, salami and mozzarella, and tossed it before mixing in with teh pasta. I am definitely making this again, it was really lovely - thank you!"
"OMG!!! I just served this to 10 other people, and everyone loved it! this was divine, really really lovely. I didn't use as much tabasco as was required, but it still had a bit of a kick to it. It was absolutely lovely - thank you Pets!"
"This was lovely. we cooked it in a casserole pot adn it came out so so well. we served it with slices of picked dill cucumbers and tomato. it was absolutely divine! A real winter warmer!"
"This was nice, but a little too creamy for me. However, my friend adn my BF both licked the plates clean, and as she won't eat fish as a rule, thats a good enough reccommendation for 4 stars! they both raved about it! I used mozzarella instead and garnished it with a few flakes of parnesan and some parsley."