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"I must have do something wrong, it tasted nothing like Panda Express. It was very sour and had too much ginger. I'm so sorry but I don't think I will try it again..."
"Not too bad, my wife didn't care for the lemony taste and would have preferred balsamic vinegar instead. Make sure to use fresh spinach! I tried it with week old spinach, and it was not pleasant."
"There was an odd taste to it. I may not have used fresh ingredients or the fact that I used 6 times the amount of baking soda (thought it was baking powder when I grabbed it, oops). I will try it again soon."
"Great & Easy. The only thing I noticed is that it was a little watery. Letting it sit in the fridge overnight helped it though. Thanks!"
"Great! All I did was add a little water to make it soupier and some chili powder to spice it up a bit. It did tate more like chili than it did tacos, but it was good none the less. And I made 2 batches of it!"
"OMG! Awesome. Even my wife and child (not chili lovers) loved this chili. Next time I will add less brown sugar, and add the red chilis that were supposed to go in. I kept them out for the heat factor."
"I don't know if I did something wrong, but my pot roast was very dry, tasty yes, but dry. The sauce helped it out a whole lot. Interseting flavor with the root beer. My daughter ate it up and wanted more, and she is generally not a big meat eater."
"My poor sick wife was craving chicken noodle soup, and this one did not disappoint. The aroma as it was simmering made her weak at the kness. I used leftover rotisserie chicken (thus mostly dark meat!) and substituted nothing! Yumm..."
"OMG! I know this is really kind of a fat bomb, but who cares when it tastes this good. My 7-year-old loved it and found out that by dipping her chicken into it, it made a whole new taste sensation. Gotta love that! I used the full 2 cups of cheese (we live in California, where the best cheese comes from!). I would not change this recipe at all."