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"Excellente! I cut the brown sugar in half. Put the garlic cloves through a press. Carmelized the tomato paste in a hot pan and put a little bit of cinnamon in the sauce for a mysterious little kick. LOVE IT."
Apr 24, 2009 on Food.com
"Excellent recipe, there wasn't anything left afterwards. I used regular orange juice and ended up draining it into a little Windsor pot and cooking it down to intensify it. My husband really enjoyed it and our picky 2 year old loved it too! This is definitely a keeper!"
Apr 9, 2008 on Food.com
"Really quick, easy and tasty, I really liked it. I added shredded carrots and raisins to mine as well to make up for less sugar and a bit of lemon juice. Also added salted shelled sunflower seeds and a bit of pepper. Delicious."
Mar 5, 2008 on Food.com
"Very very good, mine came out a bit dry but could be b/c I used the kind of bread crumbs that are in a canister...husband kind of breathed in the crumb topping somehow and was coughing during dinner. I really though it was good though...next time I might use dried parsley too!"
Jan 17, 2008 on Food.com
"I liked this a lot & my husband did too. Really enjoyed it. Would use low sodium soy sauce and then the Cajun seasoning, as the seasoning has salt as the first ingredient, but this does not taste salty as a result, very very good in fact. A really good way to use leftover turkey in an interesting way and would make good lunches, too."
Jan 4, 2008 on Food.com
"Super recipe, proves simple can be the best way to go, wonderful depth to the flavors. I added a sprig of rosemary to mine as well, very tasty and doesn't need a lot of salt; the lemon flavors it nicely which is nice for people who are watching their salt intake. I also started this in the same pan that I cooked my onions in...at the last minute I..."
Jan 3, 2008 on Food.com
"Too salty, but it's the first time I made it and I followed the recipe to the letter so I will take heed next time and probably only use 1 tablespoon of the seasoning and less (maybe half soy sauce (I did use the low sodium type. The cooking time was perfect, the shrimp were very nicely done. I did save the leftover olive oil to dip bread in lat..."
Jan 3, 2008 on Food.com
"This is the best turkey soup I have ever made, I followed it pretty much to a "T", except I put a parsnip in with everything else, no hot pepper sauce (although I put a little in mine when it was first put into the bowl & it was very nice, and a sprig of rosemary and chive with the bouquet garni, I gave leftovers to my mom and mother-in-law, to r..."
Dec 31, 2007 on Food.com
"Delicious, enjoyed these a lot, will definitely make them again. I used larger sweet potatoes and I had to steam them up in the microwave to further soften them, which worked great. Thanks for a wonderful recipe!"
Dec 30, 2007 on Food.com
"Too sweet for my taste, but the cooked firmness of the carrots was nice."
Dec 27, 2007 on Food.com