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"Easy and good. I followed a previous reviewer's suggestion about sauteeing the onion/garlic in the oil before adding other ingredients. Either plain yogurt or milk works fine (it's good without, too, but the addition gives the soup a nicer body). I used garam masala instead of curry powder. Blending is essential."
"LIKED. As the previous reviewer said, it's bland. I added a bay leaf, ground black pepper, oregano, and garam masala. Used olive oil instead of butter. Could easily add carrots to the onion/garlic/celery phase. Added spinach at the end to wilt into the soup and boost the nutrition. This is basic, excellent bean/ham soup."
"I enjoyed this very much (made exactly to recipe for my first try), but family not so enthusiastic. Not sure I would go through the trouble of making it again just to please myself--but I might! Prep time was longer than indicated, with a good bit of chopping."
"This was very good, and I will certainly try it again. I made it with a little "nest" of chopped onions under it so the chicken would not be sitting in grease; that worked pretty well, but a friend also suggested balls of tinfoil, which I think would work even better. This really does need to cook 8 hours, in my crockpot. I was surprised..."
"Excellent and well received by family. I added some Old Bay seasoning; used leftover Thanksgiving turkey (cut into chunks, added after the oven cooking step) rather than chicken. Definitely worth making again."
"What a great idea! I changed it a little, so I'm giving it 5 stars and telling what I did different. I left out the mushrooms; used a whole pepper instead of half. Also a red onion, instead of plain onion. I added 3 cloves garlic, sliced; fresh basil leaves, tucked between the layers; and fresh-ground pepper and oregano. I used a little mozzarella..."
"Excellent. Like all the other reviewers, I made my own variations: more chili powder and cumin because I didn't have jalapenos; red pepper flakes instead of cayenne. Used cooked leftover chicken, added a bag of fresh spinach at the end, and a jar of garden vegetable tomato sauce. Is it still the same recipe? Well, cousins! It was good."
"Excellent--a new family favorite. I used dried basil in place of parsley as I did not want to run to the store. Made my own bread crumbs from toasted two-day-old sourdough. Served with spicy marinara."