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"We doubled; turkey, hominy, tomatoes and tomato paste, leaving the spice measurements the same. This is SUPER easy, filling and hot and warm for cold/wet nights. Made enough for reheats... should warm up even better! Thanks for sharing as we are always watching for 'healthful' recipes."
"We used this along w/ Fiesta Chicken Bake (Fiesta Chicken Bake) for a themed dinner. A lot of the ingredients are the same and actually split down the middle (no more trying to figure out what to do w/ half a can of chiles, etc). Truth be told, we both liked this recipe better than the main dish. My wife had heard of but never had hominy; she's..."
"My wife and I enjoyed the recipe and I found I was able to cook 'on the fly' so to speak; cooking and reading the recipe as I went. I'm not very adept at cooking so I would say that makes this very simple. Two items... first, I couldn't figure out where the ketchup, dijon mustard and Worcestershire sauce were supposed to go and when. Second, I ..."
"Huzzah! My first ever recipe using my brand new crockpot! It rained really hard all day (Portland OR in November) and I had to 'winterize' the yard so coming in after hours in the wet and cold to the wonderful smell was topped by the actual meal. Great flavor. I used diced tomatoes that had additional garlic already in the can (making almost a..."
"We loved this recipe (it was the second crockpot recipe we'd ever tried). Agree w/ the others, I think I'll sub sour cream instead of adding cream cheese as well as using some different cuts of meat to add flavor. So simple to make and filling. Thanks so much!"
"One of our first casserole recipes we made... Now knowing what does what in the ingredient list, we won't use butter (I'm sure my southern father will be disappointed). Other than that, my wife (good ol' Pennsylvania Dutch/German stock) calls it poor man's beef stroganoff. It has a great taste that just gets better w/ a day or two in the fridge...."
"We felt the same as NewlyWedChef... too dry, salty and oniony for our tastes; a second go-round w/ enchilada sauce helped immensely. Thank you for posting!"
"This was the casserole I made for my first ever recipe from this website! Used italian seasoning, about 1.5 Tb instead of 3. Was a bit bland; maybe something w/ some heat? Overall, my wife and I enjoyed it; me, because it was easy to make and her because it tasted like Hamburger Helper w/out all the high salt. Thanks so much for sharing! P.S...."