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"Very good especially the next day. I put everything but the sweet potatoes and peas in my pressure cooker for 12 minutes. I then added the potatoes for another 3 minutes and then threw some canned peas in and heated them up. I added red bell pepper instead of green and I didn't add the beef bouillon since I didn't have any but I don..."
"Although this dish turned out to be very tasty, the sauce was like wallpaper paste and too peanut buttery. I ended up adding about a cup of chicken broth to thin it down. I also added some diced chicken that I saut?ed and cut down on the garlic. This is why I could only rate it at 3 stars. After modifying the recipe, it was good."
"This is fantastic! A little sour and a little sweet. I didn't have any limes so I put about a tablespoon of frozen limeade in it. This is my new favorite drink!"
"This was amazing! I sauted the onions and garlic in some olive oil in my pressure cooker. Removed it and then seared the meat and then added back in the onions and the rest of the ingredients and cooked it at 15PSI for about 40 minutes. The meat was so tender! I then thickened the sauce with some cornstarch. I served it over buttered noodles...."
"These are really good! I think they would have been bland without adding some fresh blueberries and chopped walnuts though. I also added 1/2 teaspoon of salt to the batter."
"This recipe was good but I found the dipping sauce way too salty. I had to add a lot more brown sugar to it. Next time I think I will cut down on the soy sauce. I used the marinade on some pork tenderloin pounded down and it was really good. I will make this again though."
"This was wonderful! I browned the meat in my pressure cooker and added about 1/2 cup red wine and about 1-1/2 cups of water and cooked it for 45 minutes. The flavor was great and so tender. I fixed mashed potatoes and peas with it. My husband gobbled it up!"
"This is so good! I made this with skinless, boneless chicken breasts. I used fresh basil too. I baked it uncovered, basting often, for about 50 minutes. The chicken didn't get brown but it was very moist and juicy. I used a little cornstarch and thickened the sauce. I served this with some bulgar wheat. Unfortunately we have no leftovers......."
"This is my time for a sangria and it was really good. The first pitcher we used a Pinot Noir. The second one, Okay, we drank two pitchers that night, we used a cabernet. We found it tasted much better and sweeter. Great drink on a hot day just sitting around."