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"Absolutely delicious and very easy! I added some red and yellow peppers and a stalk of celery to the roasting pan, and increased the onion a bit. I've made it a couple of times, using whatever is in the crisper that should be used up. Smells divine while cooking, healthy, and very intensely flavored. It freezes really nicely too!"
"I can't believe that I forgot to rate this! This has been a regular in our dinner rotation since I first tried the recipe a couple of years ago. It is delicious, filling and very easy. I omit the cayenne, but otherwise follow the recipe, and it never fails to garner compliments! Freezes nicely too, but there is rarely any leftover! Just be sure ..."
"My family really enjoyed this! I've never considered putting pesto with marinara, but the polenta really absorbed the pesto and had wonderful flavor. Quick and easy, and used staples in my pantry. Great weeknight dinner!"
"This was quite good. I had initially planned to make it in the crock pot, but it came together very quickly on the stovetop. While it simmered, I made basmati rice and steamed veggies to go with it. The sauce thickened up and cooked down a bit, so next time I make it, I'll double the sauce to have a bit more to go on the rice. I cut the apricots ..."
"Great dessert to take to Thanksgiving. I used Macintosh apples and omitted the water (I'm glad I did, because it would have been very soupy with water added). Delicious and easy!"
"This is very good! Not too heavy, but with a simple old-fashioned taste! I love that it uses ingredients I have on hand, and no raw egg."
"We really enjoyed this a lot! I have had a hard time finding a noodle recipe that wasn't too sweet, and this fit the bill perfectly. I did make a few modifications to make it a little faster/easier for my weeknight meal, and I made it meatless this time. I used two bags of frozen stir fry veggies, then added the sauce once they were cooked throu..."
"Very good comfort food! I used Monterey Jack cheese, as well as some sharp cheddar. I did add a dash of garlic powder and minced onion to the white sauce, and I think it added a nice flavor to it. I sprinkled a bit of cheddar on top, then used Panko bread crumbs (it was all I had). Delicious!"
"Very good, very economical and very filling! I made as written, then added about 1 cup of cooked chicken (leftover rotisserie chicken), and about 2/3 cup of uncooked pasta stars. I let it simmer until the pasta was cooked. Very versatile, tasty, and a good way to incorporate veggies and legumes into your diet. Would be great to pack for lunch...."
"Very, very good! Comfort food at it's best! I made it using 1.5cups frozen mixed veggies (carrot, corn, peas, and green beans) instead of the carrots- next time I will add more carrots on top of the mixed veggies. I also substituted evap. milk for the half and half (I love that it doesn't rely on a "cream of" soup!). I actually used a frozen pie..."