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"With all these spices, one would expect a burning tongue, but that is not what you get with this dish. While spicy, it is still very mild. Both hubby and I enjoyed it. It was VERY easy to prepare and the time in the oven was just right.
I recommend you use skin-on thighs. The browned and spiced skin is the best part of thi..."
"This was very quick, easy to prepare, and delicious. I didn't have enough carrots (just 2 small ones) so I served them alongside in a stir fry of celery, carrots, garlic, and sesame oil. I started the crock pot on high, but the ribs were starting to look like they were going to burn, so I turned them on low about 4 hours in. They were fall..."
"While I thought this was a tasty and easy-to-make dish, hubby did not like it at all. I used boneless skinless chicken breast, so I'm sure that made the dish more bland than it would have been with skin-on or bone-in chicken. The flavor is otherwise pretty bland. I used more garlic than the recipe called for (because I like it) but could h..."
"I used penne instead of fettuccine, but I don't think that really mattered as far as taste. I added about 1/4 tsp. garlic powder to the sauce and some Italian sausage to the veges for a full meal. I sauteed the veges along with the sausage and put a lid on the whole deal to semi-steam them some more with the heat on very low while the rest ..."
"The beans were very good. They were just a little sweet, not too much. I'm always on the look-out to use cannellini beans, and will certainly be making these again. I served them for dinner, not breakfast, with some lamb chops and cabbage. Both hubby and I enjoyed them a lot. (I used roasted canned tomatoes - yummm.) Thanks for posting."
"I tried this - sort of. I was too lazy to fiddle with the foil balls or even measuring and smearing the BBQ sauce and mustard all over the pork. I just put the meat in the crock pot, fat side up, squirted on some BBQ sauce and mustard (just until it looked right to me.) Then I cooked it on high for about 7 hours. I pulled the meat out, removed..."
"I used this on a roast pork loin and it was GREAT, as Tony the Tiger would say. The recipe does make up a lot, but I'm certain I'll use it again and again. Love it!"
"Both hubby and I agreed that this is SUPERLICIOUS! I appreciated that it was very easy to prepare with few ingredients. I may try this method of cooking with a pot roast and just add some beef bones to get that great flavor in the sauce. There was lots of sauce left over, so I'll thicken it and serve it with mashed potatoes. Do give this ..."
"I loved this! I made a couple modifications that didn't work out so well. For instance, the directions say to "stir in tomato paste, beans, and tomatoes" but the ingredient list does not include tomatoes. So, I put in 3 of them. They did not add anything beneficial to the dish. Next time I'll follow the recipe as written a..."
"I was pretty free wheeling with this recipe - I doubled the curry powder (I used Madras curry) guesstimated on the other spices, was out of fresh ginger so I used the jar stuff and totally skipped the cilantro, as I was out of that too. Also, I didn't want to waste any coconut milk, so I just poured the whole can in (glad I did too.) I thou..."