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"This was a good, one-pot meal. I especially liked the flavour of the cajun spice in the mix. I left out hte chili peppers (and probably should have left them in. I found, however, that it lacked something in the flavour. Next time maybe I'll add some tomatoes. It is very filling and a great dinner for diabetics."
Apr 4, 2008 on Food.com
"When I made it, I made the mistake of using a 28 oz can instead of a 14 1/2 oz can - so the lentil chili was more soup-thin than chili-thick, so I added a cup of barley. That was a bit too much; but it's quite filling and really tasty."
Jan 21, 2008 on Food.com
"I doubled the recipe and used chicken thighs. Not having an chili paste, I used chili powder. I loved it! It was so very easy and forgiving. This recipe definitely has to be served with some kind of palate cleanser though. Either that or have ice cream for desert. :"
Dec 11, 2007 on Food.com
"This is a great dip, and it looks very festive with the red and green peppers. I serve it with pita chips, often as an appetizer; allowing me more time to cook as my guests keep me company in the kitchen."
Dec 11, 2007 on Food.com
"This is my favorite recipe. I've tried several and made very few changes to this recipe other than to add 1 tablespoon of white wine vinegar to the mix."
Dec 7, 2007 on Food.com
"Being lactose-intolerant, I'm always looking for alternative frozen treats. This one is great. The added bonus is that I can completely control how sweet the soy pops are by selecting different types of flavored soy milk."
Dec 4, 2007 on Food.com
"The ingredients list coco powder and peanut butter, but these ingredients are not listed in the instructions. I added them to the sauce in step 5 (along with the salsa, broth, ... before cooking and it came out fine."
Jun 21, 2005 on Food.com
"I really enjoyed this recipie. The curry powder gives the dijon a pleasant (mild kick. The lemon on top was a nice looking garnish. This would probably taste even better as a chicken marinade."
Feb 18, 2005 on Food.com