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"Yummy, easy, and adaptable! I had pork chops, saw your recipe, and made it work from what I had (one of my pastimes). Sub'd 14.5 oz can diced no-salt tomatoes, spicy honey mustard, yellow onion. Used the oil from the olives to saute. Thanks!"
"Made this last night in my dutch oven, and all I can say is "Ohhhh Yeahhhh!" I substituted watered-down tomato paste for sauce, and had to augment the liquid because of this (with a little extra wine). Served over couscous, with fresh naan, and brussels sprouts chiffonade."
"Yummy! I used a pizza stone positioned close (3-4 inches) to the electric (grrr!) broiler coil.What is kalonji?"
"Fabulous! I made this an served over couscous (my first injera attempt missed the mark). Followed the recipe to the letter, using my dutch oven. Nice heat, wonderful appearance, flavor, and aroma! We ate on the porch, and our neighbors practically invited themselves to dinner after smelling my wat! Thanks for a keeper!"
"Day after Christmas, I used this to make a crowd pleasin' dish of the leftovers! I used mashed potatoes, and omitted the butter, as everything was moist. Also, put broiler on (uncovered) for the last 5-7 minutes, to brown the tater's peaks. THANKS JayBee!"
"Yes! This has all the components of a holiday treat: quick turnaround, minimal mess, and failsafe great results! I substituted chocolate graham crackers for the wafers, and used white ice cream toppers (like sprinkles, but bigger) for the eyes and nose. Crushed the crackers in there wrappers. Also, used leftover ingredients (I made a triple batch ..."