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"Really good! I typically don't like cooking with ketchup too much, since it can make things too sweet. I decided to try this one though and got rave reviews. Very simple, and it is definitely a crowd pleaser. Thanks for posting!"
"This is great! I have made it a few times now, and it pairs well with chicken, beef, and fish. Really versatile, simple, and tasty! I use instant consomme mix, because I tend to have it on hand, and it comes out really good. I really like the parsley at the end, but if you don't have any, the rice is great on its own. Thanks for posting!"
"This was good, but I needed to add a bunch of spices to add some flavor to the veggies. I used oregano, thyme, some lemon juice, and a little rosemary. It was simple to make, but needed to be punched up a little."
"This was good, but I think the squash should be cubed. Quartering the squash resulted in pieces that were too big and didn't really get flavored by the sauce. It was a nice, simple side, though, and I will make it again. Thanks!"
"Amazing! We made it for friends, and they loved it. We did not really use the cornstarch, we just let some of the liquid boil out. We also used fresh green beans and chili peppers. Be generous with the spices - it makes a big difference! It's even great the next day, once the sauce really absorbs into the veggies. Thanks!"
"Great cake! I've made it a few times now, and everyone raves about it. I only use 1 cup of sugar now, because the bananas have so much sweetness on their own. I also put half the banana slices in a middle layer, and put half on top. This helps keep the bananas from sinking in during baking. Thanks for posting!"
"This is a great recipe. Very simple, and the vegetables come out crunchy with a nice roasted flavor. I served it with lemon, and the acid helped bring out all the flavors. It does need a little more color, though, so next time I think I will try it with purple onion or garnish with parsley or something. Thanks for posting!"