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"Very nice. Used 1 whole onion (about 1 cup) so I sauted it till it was reduced and just turning golden before adding the meat. Also, a few minutes before serving I added a cup of frozen sweet peas as well. Served with long grain brown rice. Quick, easy and delicous weekday dinner that we all enjoyed. Thank you chef FIFI!"
"Awesome!A few mods - I only had about 1/4 cup of peanuts so I also put a couple Tbs of chunky PB in the coconut-curry sauce. I subbed frozen sweet peas for snap peas (put in with the sauce right at the end). As per mersaydees' suggestion, I up'ed the curry powder a bit and per AliB's I scanted the sugar a bit. Double Bingo.Excellent fast..."
"Excellent recipe. Only changes I made were to add 1/2 cup raisins and sub pecans for walnuts.I would say the amount of batter was a bit much for a single loaf pan, so the top didn't rise as well as it might've, but that's a minor quibble. This is now my "go to" recipe for sweet zucchini bread.Thank you Chef-V!"
"This turned out great. I took the suggestion of a previous reviewer and used evaporated milk instead of cream - imo the richness and texture of the sauce was still very good.Thank you Mercy!"
"Super supper!I did not have the same issues as some other commentors with bland flavor. I think this is because I browned the kielbasa first in the butter before adding the other ingredients. Also, instead of using canned cream of celery, I made it from recipe #115798 (which obviously took a bit longer - but not much - and it was *soooo* good) ...."
"Very nice. I used this as the basis for recipe #85220 "Quick Sausage & Rice Skillet".Like Texas Rose, I took the extra step of making the fat/flour mix into a roux first - *way* more thickening power than raw flour, tastes nicer and works much faster. (and I use butter rather than margarine - same calories, and margarine is full of trans fats an..."