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"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."
"This recipe turned out really well for us. I doubled the recipe and put it in a 9x13 casserole. The only thing I did different was to pour the broth mix (in 1/2-cup increments) over each layer of potatoes I did so that spices got mixed throughout. Also, I used tried chopped onions (and put in with the hot broth mix) instead of putting onions on..."
"This really had nice flavor. I did increase the cooking time quite a bit as other reviewers to make sure the brown rice was soft. I also added a can of drained and rinsed black beans as it was a bit spicy for my youngest, but the rest of us put some hot sauce on ours. Nice and filling and really cheap to make! I also used 3 teaspoons of Bette..."
"This yielded a smooth, delicious, pumpkin-tasting pie, just what I was looking for! I hate to see the pumpkin masked behind spices and sugar so this really fit the bill and I'm pretty sure it's healthier this way, too! Served it with whipped cream. I'll be coming back to this recipe for sure!"
"Like other reviewers, I had a problem with too much liquid in the pie, which led to a soggy bottom crust, even though I added flour and an extra apple to the mix. The crust recipe did roll out easily and was pretty easy to work with, but it didn't really have much taste...maybe a mix of butter and shortening would result in a better flavor? Defi..."