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"Okay, doctored this quite a bit, but a beauty of the dish is that it's so easy to adapt to whatever is in your pantry. Feel free to leave things out, add other stuff in, keep the seasonings relatively true to the recipe, simmer for an hour, pay attention to the water/broth level while it's cooking, and you should be happy with the resul..."
"Very easy, very good! We substituted ground turkey for the beef, simmered it in the crock pot for a couple of hours and ate it with corn chips. Will definitely make again!"
"Very good flavor, although the canned salmon was reduced to mush (will try fresh/leftover next time). Will also try with chicken, shrimp, and/or scallops, and expectt it will be just as tasty."
"This was excellent, and my husband and I both loved it even though I had to make changes due to my current dietary restrictions (replaced buttermilk with coconut milk, and omitted butter, olive oil, and curry powder). A delicious, fairly simple, and wonderfully flexible recipe, that I look forward to making the "original" way very soon."
"Ideal for later use in soups, stews, pot pies, etc. because after slow cooking on low for about 8-9 hours, the meat completely fell off of the bones. Wouldn't recommend cooking for 8-9 hours if intend to have anything left to slice, but again, PERFECT if intend to use the chicken later in other recipes that are calling for pulled/shredded chicken..."
"Really good! Didn't use potato masher or blender, just left as is at the end, and it was perfect. Added diced carrots and chunks of potato, as well as a touch of cajun spice, turned out beautifully. Will definitely make again!"