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"What great flavor from such a simple recipe! I've made this several times and this is now a staple in our house. I've served it as a side dish and as a vegetarian main dish. I had no problems with the recipe being too "soupy". I had problems only once, when I drained the black beans and the dish turned out too dry."
"A very tasty accompaniment to Grilled Chicken Satay! Also great as a delicious alternativeto the usual mixed greens salad we serve most often.I rated this recipe four stars instead of five, because I found the serving size a bit paltryfor my heartier appettite."
"What fabulous taste!!! All the taste of traditional satay without a trip to your local Thai restaurant. I did not, however, have the grill out on the day I made this recipe. I chose instead to cut up some boneless, skinless chicken breast and cook until no longer pink. I then added all the peanut sauce and simmered for 10 minutes. I served..."
"Great tasting and easy to prepare dish with a wonderful combination of ingredients and spices. I used the frozen spinach and cheese in this dish and it turned out wonderfully."
"I didn't have the whole wheat matzo either, but the recipe is still absolutely delicious!Although it's currently not Passover, I'm always on the look-out for desserts I can serve with meat dishes. Using Parve margarine did the trick."
"The simplicity of the ingredients in this recipe may lead you to think the tastewould be uninteresting or bland. This is absolutely not the case! It is easy to make and very tasty! Being nervous about the possible blandness of the base ingredients, I choseto cook the meatballs in 8 cups of chicken soup. Keeping the broth at a low boil, alm..."