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"Bacon and scallops pretty much carry their own weight, so what made this great was the sauce! Thx, I'll make this again and again. Center cut bacon is the way to roll."
"Had success with this recipe! The name drew me in, but the combination of ingredients and the results will bring me back to this one. The only substitution I made was a can of fat-free refried beans in place of the cannellini beans, I figured it would thicken the whole mixture (it did). Thanks!"
"This turned out great! I didn't have fish sauce, but substituted oyster sauce (which we love anyway!), used green spring onions and had the perfect noodle salad. Thanks for sharing, next time before letting it be devoured, I'll remember to take a picture to post here @ Food.com."
"This is a great recipe and very adaptable. For instance, I used diced fresh muchrooms instead of black olives and used grated swiss instead of feta."
"Made as directed the first time and adjusted to our liking the second time thusly;-break pasta strands into bite size pieces before cooking-only 3/4 can of the beans, rinsed and mashed in the food processor-chop only the best potions of the artichoke hearts-only 1/4 c chipotle sauce-don't drain the pasta mixture, let it rest for 15 min b..."
"These really were very good like the majority of the reviews state. My combo was Canellini beans, yellow rice, Ponzu instead of soy sauce and all the rest as listed, but I forgot the parsley. So when I sauteed the onions to top the burgers with, I added the parsley to that onion mixture. Perfect."
"This is a great basic recipe for and underappreciated vegetable. I make this ala Wegman's Supermarket veggie buffet, which is to slice each orb very thinly, use much less oil and cook quickly over med high heat then adding a small amount of broth or water to the covered pan in the last minutes."
"So good, I was surprised! The only thing I didn't have was the sweet red pepper, but I'm not sure that I missed it.This was delicious and will be a great lunch to take to work because I won't need to heat it."
"I made this according to directions the first time. The 2nd time, my family liked the following changes:1 full pound of lean ground turkeyOnly 1/2 pkg taco seasoningInstead of soup & milk, instead we used 7oz salsa con queso & 7oz water"
"This turned out great! I omitted the pine nuts, but followed the rest of the recipe and used it to top a naan bread which I then sprinkled with parm/romano/asiago. I baked it @ 350 for 15+/- minutes. Just fabulous!"