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"I loved this! To make 1/3 of the recipe, I used 5 slices of gluten-free "sandwich" bread that was too crumbly (and not very tasty) to use for sandwiches. We didn't even notice the bread; it was just a nice brunch dish. I also added 1/4 lb ham."
"I made this as a main dish and added a can of tuna. My husband & I both thought it was OK, and would be better as a side. Together with our not-so-hungry two-year-old, we ate the whole recipe."
"Wow! I've never tried a Mole dish before, but they always intrigued me. I made this last week, and it's my new favorite. I only used half the recommended chili powder, since we're a family of spice wimps. It was nice & simple to put together. I started with frozen chicken, then cooked it on high for 4 hours and low for about 2 more. Before s..."
"These tasted great, and I love that they're gluten free. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is that it was not quite as simple to make as the recipe said, but I plan to make them again. The "dough" didn't stick, so I squeezed it into walnut sized balls, then pressed them down a bit on the cookie sheets. It worked better when the dou..."
"My husband & I enjoyed this. I like that this recipe has lots of veggies. I used a 16 oz bag each of broccoli & cauliflower, and I used frozen pepper strips too. I microwaved the veggies instead of boiling them. I also included ham. It looked gorgeous when I took it out after 50 minutes, but when I cut it, it oozed liquid. Maybe I should hav..."
"I chose this recipe to use up an open jar of spaghetti sauce, and my family definitely enjoyed it. Instead of cooking it as suggested, I just threw everything except the cheese in a slow cooker, cooked it on high for 4 hours, and sprinkled the cheese on when I served it."
"This is the second year I used this recipe for the perfect Thanksgiving turkey. My only comments are that it takes a less than an hour to brown the skin (not 1.5 hours), and that, even when I used 1 cup of salt instead of 2, the drippings were too salty for gravy."
"Candied yams have always been my favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner. This year, I used canned yams instead of fresh as a shortcut, so I tried this recipe instead of my old seasonings. It was definitely very good, but it's more of a dessert than a vegetable. (I bet my traditional pumpkin pie is healthier.) The sauce came out thick like jelly,..."