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"This is a great dish. I, like Miss Annie, only had fresh jalapenos, but I didn't make any adjustment, I just cut them up and added them to the blender. I got compliments from everyone."
"Superb. I sliced some grape tomatoes in half and added them in with the garlic. I also added a dash of cayenne pepper while the dish was simmering. It was great."
"I've made this stew three times and everyone has loved it. I just noticed that the last time, I added about four times the normal amount of sliced almonds. This makes it a thicker stew, but it was still delicious."
"Very nice soup. I made it with purple asparagus (since it was available and I've never had it before), and really liked the flavor. The soup is easy to make, (cleaning the spinach is by far the most difficult part), so the next time I'll use packaged, pre-washed spinach."
"A wonderful recipe. Be sure to look at step 3. I didn't exactly increase the spices, but I used heaping teaspoons instead of level teaspoons. This is a very simple and delicious dish."
"These are great. I didn't have a low fat margarine, so I used butter instead. However, I used Egg-Beaters instead of an egg. It all worked wonderfully. The hardest part is waiting for the brownies to cool before cutting them (and being able to taste them)."
"Another delicious and simple dish. I served it as an accompaniment to Cuban Black Beans (#8969) and they work very well together."
"Mw wife and I dance every Saturday night and don't like to eat until after we get home. This dish made the perfect late night light meal. It is easy, quick and very tasty."
"My wife and I both liked this dish, although it probably won't be one of our favorites. It makes an interesting and different way to serve greens. I used a food processor and chopped the greens up very fine. It made a dish very similar to taboulleh, and I think I will buy some pita bread to eat with it for the leftovers."
"A wonderful recipe. I didn't have frozen tofu so I used unfrozen extra firm, and it worked fine. I also substituted small shells for the broken spaghetti. No problem. This makes a delicious, healthy soup. The only problem I had, is that it is so thick, there's not a lot of juice to soak up with bread."