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"Really really good. Only change I made were to omit crab meat and add diced salted cashews at the end. I LOVED it. And my honey did too! Can't wait to have some for lunch tomorrow. IT was spicy but just the right amount for me. Thanks for sharing, really good IMO, will definitely make it into the rotation"
"loved it, made a few minor changes (medium onion, no cilantro, and a cheese blend of american, cheddar and mozzerella) but I ate THREE helpings last night and am having leftovers for lunch. love the spice! thanks for sharing!"
"hmmmm. Maybe my salmon just wasn't good enough quality? I usually LOVE salmon. My favorite preparation for it is just topped with a mix of brown sugar and butter and then thrown on the grill or broiled in the oven. This came out OK for me, but tasted REALLY fishy and just not quite what I had expected. Maybe worth another try with a different batc..."
"NO CHICKEN in our house (veg-heads) but the alfredo alone was delicious. I'm a huge fan of alfredo but haven't made any this good for a long while. I think what I've been missing all along are the minced onions! I didn't follow the recipe exactly. I have quite a bit of experience making rue and sauces so I just kind of added the amount that "Looke..."
"It was fair. We ate it the first night and it was good, not as good as the main dish we had prepared (portobello mushroom sandwiches) but definitely edible. However, the leftovers went uneaten, just didn't ever appeal to me to heat them back up) Definitely not a BAD dish, but i doubt I'll make it again in the near future. Still, if I went to someo..."
"Woohoo! A big hit (okay, I would have only given it four stars.. but..)My boyfriend LOVED IT (and i love him). So this will definitely stay in the rotation, as others had suggested, I cut the cayenne in half and it was the perfect amount of spice. I also added a slurry of 1 tsp corn starch and 1/4 c cold water at the end to thicken the sauce. It ..."
"Enjoyed it, but would have liked it more, perhaps if "kicked up" like another reviewer suggested, by adding corn/rice to the meat mix for more variety, still, we ate it all up!"