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"The only thing I do differently is I toss in 1/2 cup of uncooked oatmeal. It makes the meatballs more tender, stretches the meat a tiny bit, adds nutrition and is completely undetectable. A trick from my German mother-in-law!"
"3 stars because, even though this sounds like a good soup it is NOT a Campbell's vegetable beef clone. The secret to Campbells VB soup is tomatoes and beef stock. In fact, you can put almost anything (ground beef, almost any veggies) together with beef stock/broth and some kind of canned tomato, and you will have something that tastes really ..."
"This has become a family favorite! I marinate the cooked shrimp (and sometimes chicken) in curry powder and lime juice. I also double the sauce using 2 cups yogurt and 2 cups sour cream. My family loves it! Thanks!"
"I didn't make these, but I am giving them 5 stars because it's a Kittencal recipe, so I am positive it's awesome, lol. Anyway, I saw a "Good Eats" the other day, and Alton used pairs of disposable chopsticks as sticks for his candy apples, and it struck me as a terrific idea. He poked them through the flower end instead of the stem end, and sugges..."
"I went with a bit more butter/less olive oil; added some chopped onions, red pepper flakes and a bit more wine. But I could tell this would be wonderful as-is, as well.
I also tried this with some surumi (fake crabmeat) and it was not very good, so I wouldn't suggest that anyone try that, lol."
"My local Safeway sells this for $6.99/lb. My daughter and I got a sample of it and really liked it, so we decided to make it ourselves. This is IT. I may cut up some cucumbers in it next time I make it, because that just sounds delicious to me!Thanks for the wonderful recipe!"
"I had never tried Tater Tot Casserole, although a former boss of mine used to longingly reminisce about her Grandmother's. I figured I would try this and it was really good "comfort" food. I added onion to the hamburger, and seasoned with garlic, pepper and salt, plus a touch of ground chipotle pepper (we like spicy!) and then I sprinkled salt an..."
"This may not really be 5 stars, but I think that the other review was completely unfair. This is a standard old-time comfort food recipe, and certainly didn't deserve one star. I can't imagine anyone having to throw this simple meal out, unless they have no clue what the ingredients taste like to begin with. It pretty much tastes exactly like you ..."
"This is very close to a recipe I use, but I shell the shrimp first, so I ease up on the spices a bit. Be careful not to overcook, and definitely provide lots of bread for mopping up the elixir!"