Select () or exclude () categories to narrow your recipe search.
As you select categories, the number of matching recipes will update.
Find exactly what you're looking for with the web's most powerful recipe filtering tool.
"My family loves this recipe so much we will be having it again on Christmas in a couple of days. We've had this many times. Sometimes we have it as written and sometimes I will throw in a can of green chilies or sub out the green bell pepper with a poblano pepper and omit the cayenne. I always use frozen corn (thawed) and a cast iron skillet...."
"Changed so much I can't honestly rate it based on the recipe, but what I ended up with was a 5 star recipe. Two of my pet peeves: people who change a recipe and then give a bad review and people who don't read the recipe all the way through. I am guilty of changes because I didn't read and had to make changes. My changes were to dou..."
"Fantastic. I used an 8lb pork shoulder blade. Doubled the amount of spices, but kept the 4 cups of "broth" the same. I used water and bouillon. I cooked on high for 9 hours, accident - got caught out of town. I then placed the crock pot outside, cold front, to cool quickly, by this time it was 1am. When meat was cool I spooned out as much of the t..."
"Didn't really like it. Not enough sauce and the taste was so-so. Two of my kids wouldn't eat past the required first 2 bites and they like Chinese, Vietnamese and Japanese foods."
"Very good bread. My kids loved it smeared with butter. I used Saco Buttermilk Culture, this is a powdered buttermilk, and added only enough water to make it tough and dry. I also added enough Caraway seeds to incorporate them throughout the dough. Very easy recipe and no rising time. Yay!"
"Very good recipe. It was not near enough spice for us though. I will be doubling or tripling the spices next time. Added garlic to the sauce and it was a welcome addition."
"This is exactly the recipe that I was looking for. I don't follow directions very well and I was making this for 12 people, so I don't know exactly how yours will taste, but I did follow the same basics. I did not use milk though, increased the mayo until the mound looked about as big as my soup mound and put more curry than the equivalent would ..."
"I made this on the stove-top. Browned the sausage and then all the vegetables. Added all the remaining ingredients substituting a can of petite diced tomatoes instead of the tomato sauce. It still needed a little something extra so I added 3TBLS bottled lime juice. Perfect."