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"Delicious! I don't like raw garlic so I skipped adding any to the sauce and just put it all in with the chicken. I think I will double the sauce next time, it was so good. The chicken had lots of flavor - a quick and easy enough meal."
"Delicious! I had to substitute white wine vinegar for white vinegar but it came out fine. It didn't seem spicy at all to me. Served with with baked plantains and a tropical fruit salad."
"This was good. I did have to use cayenne instead of the chipotle chile powder, salsa instead of pico de gallo and a different cheese because that is what I had, but I think the taste was pretty much the same. I let the kids use ranch for their dressing because that is more to their taste, but my husband and I liked the dressing. Served it with ..."
"I love this dip; it tastes so fresh and is a nice change of pace from the heavier dips we usually have. I skip the red onion just because I don't like it. Served it with a standard veggie tray."
"This was really good. I baked the sweetpotatoes in the microwave instead of peeling and boiling them. Once they were cooked through, they just slip out of their skins and are easy to mash. I also added cinnamon and nutmeg. My marshmallows didn't brown but it didn't affect the taste. They probably would have browned if I could have left it in ..."
"This is great comfort food when the family isn't feeling well. I didn't have cooked chicken so added raw cubed chicken after the veggies and boiled it until the chicken was cooked through, then added the rice. I also added two cloves of garlic and some onion flakes, but no corn starch just because I forgot it."
"I used a regular ham, a six pound butt, and a 20 oz can of pineapple just because that was what I had, otherwise I followed the directions and it came out great. I had to work Easter morning so I assembled it before I left, then had my husband start it on high and turn it down to low once it got hot. It was fork tender in about four or five hour..."