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"This is a very easy recipe with fabulous flavor. I happened to see fresh shiitake mushrooms at the farmer's market and was looking at something easy to do with them. I made the recipe exactly as shown except for adding some parmesan cheese at the end. Yum!"
"This tasted okay, but was on the bland side and definitely too watery for my idea of chicken cacciatore. Maybe a can of tomato paste would help. I like a sauce that sticks to the noodles, and this doesn't make that kind of sauce."
"If your like your chili really spicy, this is not the recipe for you. For the rest of us, however, this is a tasty and incredibly easy use of leftover turkey. Simple to make, low in fat. Reading earlier reviews, I had a can of green chilies I was going to add. But I tasted before I did so, and found the cumin and cayenne were just right (for m..."
"What a wonderful recipe! Very easy to make, tasty, filled with healthy ingredients, next to no fat. My DH said: "I never thought I'd like eating food like this.""
"This turned out really well. I wondered whether the wild rice would be sufficiently cooked, and it came out great. Flavorful and healthy."
"Surprisingly good. I made it with leftover Channa Dahl(similar to garbanzos) and rice. Agree that the peanut butter made the difference."
"I covered these artichokes loosely in foil, and roasted them for 30 minutes at 425 degrees. It was the first time I ever cooked artichokes. I don't know if the quality of the chokes I used was poor, or what, but cooking and eating artichokes this evening was much ado about nothing. Although the flavor--what there was of it--was fine, I would no..."
"I just made this for a quick lunch, and it turned out fine, but warning: don't add the salt unless you are using low-sodium black beans. I didn't add any salt and the taste was quite salty. Test first, before you season!"
"This was tasty and very easy, but way too runny when I included the bean juice in the mix as specified in the recipe. I had a soupy mix which I heated in a small pan, then thickened with 1 T of quick grits. Next time I will make with much less juice. Served to guests who liked it very much."
"This is an interesting combination of flavors with butternut squash. An easy and enjoyable side dish. In my oven, did not require as much cooking time."