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"I don't see how this recipe could be any better (other than having someone else make it for me). I followed the recipe exactly as written and it tasted wonderful. Thanks for posting my new favorite Hungarian recipe."
""Quick & Easy" in the title, just the thing for a weeknight dinner, but you should add "Delicious" to the name, too. I didn't have to find kaffir lime leaves or lemongrass stalks, I could use the ingredients that I usually have at hand. Delicious! And quick and easy, thanks for sharing this, we enjoyed it this very eve..."
"Wow, this is good! I'm drinking one now while watching World War Z. Somehow, it seemed appropriate. Thanks for posting my new favorite Bloody Mary recipe."
"I just made this for lunch for my wife and me and I couldn't be happier with how this turned out. The only thing I cut back on was the beef and broccoli. I cut those two items in half, since I was cooking for only two. I was able to use up some leftover broccoli and sous vide beef to make a delicious lunch. I love the fact that it doesn'..."
"I used Better Than Bouillon, both beef and chicken, it's lower in sodium than most so I used it instead of the 1 12 cups of water, too. I read the reviews and used a rounded 1/2 cup of barley. The beef was some thinly sliced Sirloin Tip roast from a dinner a couple days ago. I didn't add the 1 tsp of salt, I decided to let people add to ..."
"At the last minute I decided to not use a slow cooker and use a cast iron Dutch oven instead, since I'd be home during the day. It turned out great! I used "The best Creole/Cajun seasoning mix" from kittencal and this was the best version of this dish I've ever had. Thanks for my new favorite!"
"I halved the recipe but otherwise followed it exactly. I'm a fan of Alton Brown and will always follow his recipe the first time before fine-tuning for my own tastes. I loved the smoky flavor given by the chiles in abobo sauce and it was great for me but a little too hot for my wife. She loved the flavor and ate as much as she could before th..."
"I just made this tonight and it was delicious! I used 1 tsp of regular Tabasco instead of 1 Tbl of the green Tabasco ( I had none) and it turned out just right?not too spicy for my wife to eat, although I would've liked a bit more zip. This was better than many restaurant versions. Thanks for posting this."
"This recipe is more than the sum of its parts. The ingredients are few and simple and the result is wonderful. I used penne rigate and Costco's Kirkland Marinara sauce is 32 oz so it worked out perfectly. I've made it many times and once I upped the quantity of meat and it didn't taste as good. The proportions in the recipe are perf..."
"I don't need to look any more. This is the recipe that reminds me of the ones my Grandma used to make. I can enjoy these and remember her just a little bit better. Thanks for posting this.
There's no need to boil (even gently) for 5 minutes. You just need to warm vinegar & beet juice enough to dissolve the brown sugar and s..."