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"Yum! Years after doing the SB diet I still incorporate many of the recipes into my regular rotation because they are so good. Love your "tweaks" to the original!"
"Being a Minnesotan I have made many wild rice soups. This recipe is great. The only thing I add is some slivered almonds at the end of cooking."
"As others have said, I also add a diced onion, use a combo of Spicy V8 and a bottle of chili sauce instead of the tomato sauce and brown sugar. I prefer using Better than Bullion (beef) instead of cubes, skip adding extra salt and brown rice instead of white. I'm a green pepper lover, so 3-4 jumbo ones aren't too many for me."
"I switched his up a bit and roasted 2 green and red bell peppers, a container of diced mushrooms and 2 large onions and 2 cloves of garlic (finely chopped) with some salt and pepper in a 425 degree oven for 20 minutes. Then I combined 2 cans of Muir Glen fire roasted crushed tomatoes with the remaining ingredients in a large stock pot to warm thr..."
"I truly mean no disrespect as this is not your recipe and think it would be unfair to give it a rating, but with 615 calories, 39% saturated fat. 53% cholesterol and 59% sodium (recommended daily allowances), I'm surprised that Lifetime would have this on a "Cook Yourself Thin" show. However, on a once-in-awhile splurge, it's probably pretty good."
"Only thing I do differently is use Panko bread crumbs instead of the dry bread crumbs and put a little salt and pepper directly on the chicken breasts (besides putting some in the seasoned flour)."
"Good basic recipe, but by using bone in chicken breasts, adding some carrots, celery, onion and a 1/2 head of garlic, salt and pepper (and you strain the liquid after it's done cooking) you've got a much more flavorful chicken and stock to add to any recipe."