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"Absolutely wonderful! This is a different take on spaghetti because it doesn't have the typical tomato sauce. It makes a lot but freezes well. I would recommend this highly to anyone looking for a great dish to serve to a group or to eat all by yourself. The flavors are spot on and I think anyone would love this- if I decided to share.
"When my husband says "Don't throw this recipe away", you know it's a big hit! The beef was fork tender, the sauce was right on. I may add more garlic next time because my garlic cloves were small. I used low sodium soy sauce but that was the only change I made. So much better than the local take away place! Thank you."
"Wonderful! I knew it would be even tho I had to use low sodium beef broth due to my husband's sodium restrictions. This recipe makes a bunch so there's a couple of container's in the freezer for lunch as the weather is turning cooler. I loved the story that goes with this recipe and only wish I had been there."
"Tender! My husband hasn't always happy when he realizes we're having cube steaks because they do come out tough sometimes. He has now changed his mind after eating these. I switched out the low salt beef broth for no sodium beef broth because we're trying to limit our sodium intake. However, next time I'll use low sodium instead- as you recommende..."
"This is one of the best turkey burger recipes I've tried. I love sesame seeds and oil so knew I had to try the recipe. I used lower sodium soy sauce to lower the sodium but followed the recipe otherwise. I served them with oven sweet potato fries and a green salad. When I went to the refrigerator to heat a leftover burger for lunch, I couldn't fin..."
"This was very good. I used homemade frozen meatballs, fingerling potatoes and low sodium tomato sauce, beef bullion and no added salt. I put it together in the crock pot in the morning and came home to a hardy meal which was very welcoming since it had been raining all day. Since there's only the 2 of us, the rest went in the freezer for future me..."
"Hey Chippy! Thanks so much for posting this recipe. The store didn't have pork cutlets so I used boneless thin pork chops, no salt chicken broth and corn flake crumbs since I was out of bread crumbs. A winner that I'll be making again soon."
"Sandy! This was so good. The salad had just the right portions. The dressing was light and tasty. It was really hot the day I made this so I poached the chicken in a bowl of water in the microwave and it worked very well.
You weren't kidding about the rice noodles exploding! It was the first time I had ever attempted to use them and discovered..."
"WOW! Perfect and easy. This had the best taste with just the right flavors. I eliminated the salt, used unsalted butter and Heart Smart Bisquick due to sodium restrictions but I'm sure it made no difference. I have leftover biscuits which I wrapped and put in the freezer to use with some leftover cooked chicken next time."
"Tender! I baked them in the oven and made open faced meatball sandwiches with mozzarella cheese on top. I deleted the salt and added fresh basil. These had a lot of flavor which is important when someone is on a low sodium diet. I've added these to our favorite recipe file so I'll be making them again."