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"lovely soup - warming and filling. Though I would have said more Central American than African? (i guess Caribbean food has African roots though come to think of it).Chicken seems a little pointless, I left it out and just added different sorts of beans - also think bacon works pretty well in this. I also used a caribbean curry powder mix which h..."
"absolutely awesome! this is a fantastic idea and definitely a great alternative barbecue idea. Think I went a bit overboard with the maple syrup, but I love the sweetness anyway."
"Pretty good, and relatively authentic. I suggest you use fresh chilis though, replace the powder adn jalepeno and double the quantity of chili in it- it gives it a warmer, richer flavour but in combination with the rest of the ingredients, even fresh chilies don't make it too fiery."
"I liked this! I added a few bay leaves to make it more tangy, and If I make it again I think I'd use less oil, it was a bit too greasy.But lovely full flavour and made the kitchen smell wonderful whilst cooking! cheers!"
"This was brilliant, really good and my own version was Approved By Finns too! Caraway seeds really add something. Didn't quite get the bread-pastry right (because my yeast had died, not because of the recipe!) Using yoghurt instead of sour cream doesn't seem to make much difference either. Kippis!"
"This sounded very very american. I am guessing "chuck" is beef, right? Anyway, I added a bit of veg stock rather than V8 since I have no idea where I would get that from anyway, and used greek yoghurt rather than sour cream, but for an anglocised version it was pretty good! Not sure about the celery though? seemed a bit weird."
"this is a nice simple recipe, but its actually a bit nicer if you boil milk yourself to condense it - condensed milk from cans always tastes far too sweet."
"I was disappointed with this. It's simple to make, and smells fabulous. However, it's far too greasy; the flavours of the spices were just lost in the sheer amount of oil. We found it very bland and uninteresting.I'd add fenugreek and maybe a bay leaf or two. Double the amount of cumin, and halve the fat maybe."