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"Very tastey! I did change a couple of things though. I added 2 cloves of garlic and used beef boullion in the water (also did not add salt since boullion is salty. I did not have a full 2 lbs of london broil, so I was afraid of not getting enough beef taste. Next time, I will use some beef stock instead of the boullion and probably 2 cups of corn..."
Feb 2, 2009 on Food.com
"My fiancé scoffed when he heard that I put BBQ sauce in a Sloppy Joe recipe. Right after I poured the mixture into the meat, he tasted it and scrunched his nose. However, as it simmered and cooked into the meat, he then told me that it was really good and that he was impressed!!! I really enjoyed this recipe as well. It isn't as tomato flavored..."
Aug 18, 2008 on Food.com
"Very tastey and actually rather decadent. I used the Low Fat brownie mix as well. I made them primarily for my husband, and I didn't tell him about the pumpkin. He didn't complain!"
Jul 21, 2008 on Food.com
"The thinner ones came out very tastey, so that is the key...make sure you cut them thin enough. The thicker ones were too mushy. Also, mine had a lot flour left on some of them, so make sure you get as much excess flour-mixture off as possible. We also added more garlic powder and some cayenne for extra flavor. I could do with more spices, may..."
Sep 7, 2006 on Food.com