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"Fantastic. It is a frequent request at our holiday pot lucks. Ingredients should be simple and good quality i.e. freshly ground black pepper and nice squash. Don't crowd your pan for squash to caramelize. I've used both fresh and frozen squash. Fresh is best. To save us time, our grocer will cube a fresh butternut squash."
"Love this one! I like the canned chilies. Hubby prefers sautéed poblano. Recipe is flexible enough that we can both make it - without quality suffering. We both like fresh grape tomatoes cut in half in the recipe. These eggs aren't meant to become super hard. There's enough ingredients to keep eggs a little soft. Don't worry ..."
"Love that you can choose which frozen veggies used. My family of carnivores found the soup to be hearty and tasty. I left half of the leftovers in the fridge for their "grab and run" meals. Make sure you remove the bay leaf when it is finished cooking. I accidentally left a bay leaf in leftovers. Still good, but a bit strong the next day."
"Giving 5 stars because I used home made stock and whole milk as liquid. I omitted water.
it was a four star flavor for us. We enjoyed it. I gave the option of adding chicken meat from the stock pot to use as garnish."
"Good side dish for a crowd. Give yourself plenty of prep time to peel and dice the ingredients. Also, good with crisp, thick cut bacon sprinkled on top. Our daughter sautes the onions in bacon drippings, instead of margarine. Mash potatoes by hand to allow larger potato pieces to balance out the body cabbage gives to the dish."
"We keep a roast in the freezer & extra packets of the salad dressings in the cupboard. This recipe is perfect for company! Definitely place extra carrots in the bottom of the crock pot. They taste great & add a richness to the roast/sauce."
"This is really 4.5 stars. I add a dash of cayenne pepper and use really sharp cheese. Don't over cook the rice. It makes a big, big difference."
"Great texture, flavorful. I increased the amount of onion, added 1 clove of garlic, and 1 tsp of ginger when browning onion in a combination of 1T light butter and 1T oil. Used left over pork roast for meat. I omitted sesame oil and added 1 heaping teaspoon of Pampered Chef Asian seasoning blend to meat.Increased soy sauce."
"Recipe, as written, was a bust for my family. I tweeked it. Now, I demo with altered recipe: 1. Use 94% lean beef. 2. Recipe uses 2 SMALL cloves of garlic. Reduce to 1 clove of garlic if your's is large. 3. Best with only half amount of Italian parsley called for (careful not to include stems. 4. Great with square bun size ciabata rolls for ha..."