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"This is a keeper! I had leftover cooked chicken and wondered if anyone would think to pair it with cabbage in a soup. This is the first recipe that came up in the search. I made this exactly as posted except I added carrot, onion and some leftover chick peas. You know the weird thing about this soup is that I tasted it right after I made it an..."
May 21, 2013 on Food.com
"This was SO good! The shrimp I had were huge (6 to a pound so I wasn't sure what to do with them. Since they were twice the size of those specified in the recipe, I just butterflied them and followed the recipe as written. Wonderful baked at 450 for about 11 minutes. This is a keeper ~ WHEN we can afford these huge shrimps:"
Nov 16, 2012 on Food.com
"Excellent flavor for a plain old round steak! We loved the sauce - it is not too sweet. I followed the recipe exactly as written, simmering covered for about two hours. Served with garlic mashed potatoes and broccoli. Since there's just the two of us, I had leftovers, so the next day, I shredded the remaining meat, added back into the sauce, a..."
Oct 28, 2012 on Food.com
"This was SO good and easy. In the past, I have made a more time-consuming scalloped cabbage with homemade cream sauce and this is SO much easier. Plus you can make ahead and bake when ready. I used cream-o-chicken soup (no special reason and added some shredded cheese blend. Only used one-half head of cabbage so this was extra creamy. We lov..."
Feb 13, 2011 on Food.com
"I don't care for cranberry relish, but I was asked to make it for a holiday dinner party. I found this easy recipe and thought it would do fine ..... I was right ~ it is actually very good. Because there is always the "canned vs fresh" war over cranberry sauce, I tossed a can of that cranberry jelly stuff into the mix ~ it was a hit! Too easy, ..."
Dec 24, 2010 on Food.com
"I've had this recipe in my "to try" cookbook for SEVEN years. Finally made it last night with leftover t-day turkey and it was great. Since I suspected we'd like it just from reading the recipe, I made a double batch and am glad I did. Only changes I made were to use chopped yellow onion (didn't have any green and added a teaspoon of garlic sa..."
Nov 27, 2010 on Food.com
"I love this recipe! We can have a great side dish and then I make soup out of the leftovers. Add chicken broth, chopped onions and tomatoes, a can of chili beans, some chopped cooked chicken, and simmer until vegetables are tender. Add hot sauce, cajun seasonings or cayenne if you want it hotter ~ a great lunch soup!!"
Nov 7, 2010 on Food.com
"These are SO good and easy. Now we don't have to go to that over-priced place just to get the biscuits! I've made these at least five times and forgot to review. Great with stew, soups and chili ~ thanks for a keeper!"
Feb 14, 2010 on Food.com
"I loved this! Made recipe exactly as posted except had to use red and yellow peppers (DH won't eat green ones. I also omitted the water chestnuts ~ same reason. At first I thought it would be too much liquid with the 3/4 cup of water ~ wrong! Amounts for sauce are just right. Served with rice ~ this was delish! Thanks, UC."
Feb 14, 2010 on Food.com
"I don't know what I would do without this recipe. Salad Supreme is SO expensive around here, and I need it for my Old Bay Seafood Salad recipe. I make a 4x batch of this and keep it in the fridge. Only change I make is I sometimes use Parmesan (the GOOD kind:. Thanks for posting this recipe and sorry it took me so long to rate!"
Jan 12, 2010 on Food.com