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"This was a good, simple soup. I cooked the onions with the spices then added the garlic, vegetables, tomatoes, water, and lentils and cooked it all for about an hour. The only things I added were some chopped celery and a bay leaf. I'll definitely make this again as it is cheap, yummy, and healthy!"
"This was amazingly delicious! The only change I made was to cook it a bit thicker than I wanted then stir in some half and half at the very end to thin it out a bit. We all fought over licking the bowl!"
"This ended up being a pretty good dinner; we kind-of substituted it as meatloaf and served mashed potatoes on the side. I guess I'd rather vary the vegetables a bit more as I thought it was a bit too carrot-y, maybe some spinach and red peppers or something. But overall, it was pretty good!"
"I was pleasantly surprised at the ease of this recipe. I added in some other things (sliced carrots, garlic, rosemary, dried onions, and a bit of vegetable Better Than Bouillon) and it was really delicious. Also, I didn't end up smashing my potatoes at all; the smaller bits kind-of melted into the pot as I stirred then I added a splash of h..."
"This was a delicious topping for our spaghetti noodles. I got everything cooking then left it on a very low temperature (tended by my son's occasional stirring) while I went to do yoga. I let it simmer for about 1-1/2 hours and the eggplant just melted in our mouths! Like others, I added other spices: oregano, a dash of crushed red pepper,..."
"This really hit the spot! I didn't have mushrooms so I just bumped up the other vegetables to take their place. I also halved the thyme. I didn't use the flour, just about a tablespoon of cornstarch in water since it was already pretty thick by the time it was done cooking. I'll come back to this recipe on these cold winter nigh..."
"Ooh! I am SO glad I found this recipe! It is delicious AND healthy! I used olive oil for the margarine and threw a little oregano and garlic powder in with mine; I also kept out the jalapenos as I have wee ones and substituted a sprinkle of hot pepper powder instead. Otherwise, made it as written. Thanks so much for a great recipe! I'll be ma..."
"These turned out really good for us. My bean cans were only 15 oz. so I used two cans and did about 1-1/2 times the other ingredients. I also threw a carrot, celery stick, and a couple handfuls of spinach into mine. I also substituted ground flax for the egg."
"This was great. I baked on a non-stick cookie sheet and needed no spray at all. I think panko would be a great substitute for the breadcrumbs, which I'll probably try next time. We served ours on ciabatta rolls with lettuce and tomato for a yummy sandwich!"
"This made good, moist chicken. I used three smashed garlic cloves instead of garlic powder and added the end slices of the lemon into the pan with the garlic. I also used half olive oil and half butter. We served ours over brown rice. It was quick, easy, and delicious, especially with the fresh lemon squeezed over the top."