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"Easy and very good. Used an herbal ginger zing tea, and the full amount of sugar. This has a delicate rhubarb flavour which is quite nice."
"Great recipe. The dijon was quite mild so next time I will add a tsp or two or regular dijon mustard to make it more pronounced. Sliced chicken into strips for quicker cooking and for ease of lunch leftovers. Used 1/4 cup water and 1/4 cup wine (which I used to deglaze the pan). Substituted fennel seed for the tarragon, as I was out. Simmered for ..."
"Not a big fan of this. Not quite sure why. It wasn't bad.. it just wasn't good. Sort of bland, even after adding some hot sauce. At start only added partially frozen chicken breasts, salsa, and 1/2 tsp cayenne. Cooked on low for 8 hours, then added black beans, thawed corn (as I don't like my beans and corn to be mush). Cooked for 30mins on low. A..."
"Easy and quick to assemble. Not sure what it was about this, but it was only ok. The red wine was a nice touch and really added a nice flavour. It seemed a bit bland and like something was missing, but I'm not sure what."
"Easy and quick. Was good but not outstanding. Used frozen multigrain bread. Spread one with nutella and one with mashed banana. Flopped them together and placed in a preheated skillet. Didn't butter the outsides as I don't like the greasiness of it in my sandwiches. Cooked until slightly browned on each side. I had as a late evening snack."
"Very good. Before cooking, the salsa verde was the standout flavor, after cooking it was a nice complex sauce with just the right amount of heat for me. Doubled the thai chili sauce, substituted some minced red onion for the scallions, substituted 1/2 worchestershire and 1/2 soy sauce for the fish sauce, and subbed ground ginger. Mixed the sauce t..."
"Very good. The second time making this I more than doubled the cayenne, for a bit more head. Also sprinkled more of the brown sugar mixture on top. Cooked at a higher temperature and since I used a thick bacon cooked it longer."