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"How could I not love this reipe!! ;) I've been tweaking the original (Dawn's Favorite Low Fat Chile) as well, and can offer a few extra tips.1) Add 8-16 oz round steak diced into 1/2 inch chunks along with the ground beef. The extra 'tooth' is wonderful.2) Add 1 tbsp commercial hot mole sauce/paste instead of the cocoa.3) Use Mexican..."
"Used Tomato Sauce instaed of 'puree'. I don't know if I'bve ever seen puree where I live.Used 4 links of crumbled lean It. Sausage in the pan before the onion step. Red wine deglaze.Made the matching meatballs--baked at 400 for 20 minutes then dumped them in.Utterly fantastic--my in-laws were 'whatever' when I offered S&M for dinner, b..."
"Very luxurious--I spent $60 on meat alone! Wasn't sure which 'chili pepper' was called for, so I used a small green bell pepper. I found the white pepper dominated the flavour; perhaps this was intended but I would advise 1 tsp then add more to taste. I also suggest calling the kosher salt 'optional'. I see no point in saving 400 mg of sodium by u..."
"Very nice low fat dish. I used ground chicken and low sodium bouillon. Served it over brown rice with mixed veg on the side. Be warned that this dish is very mildly flavored; I added some extra thyme to the sauce. The meatballs were a bit dry but low-fat will do that. Since 5 stars means 'you just gotta try this', I give it a four; ie good recipe,..."
"We can't go to the RF Cafe any more--the animal-droids scare my kids(2 and 4). DW whines about missing this dish. I made this recipe for her, exactly as written except I used low-fat Alfredo sauce. She liked it a bunch. Makes enough for 2 nice servings for dinner with a lunch-sized tupper-ware portion for lunch tomorrow (we will draw lots). BTW, I..."
"Excellent proportions; I modified mine for laziness and lower fat. I stir fried some lean pork w a bit of bottled garlic. Next tossed in the slaw, a bit of red bell pepper, and ready-to-eat snap peas. After stirring a minute, I poured the water right in with the seasoning and soy sauce. Be careful w the season pack; even 1 pouch was a bit salty fo..."
"Starts stinky but ends up nice. Use decent balsamac; it's worth it. For my variation, I used chunks of boneless, skinless thighs. I also got lazy and used a bit of garlic powder and cayenne pepper instead of fresh. I added snow peas, chopped onion, and asparagus near the end (tender-crisp). I reduced the sauce to about half a cup, thickened it a b..."
"I made this tonight and liked it a bunch. Nicely stepped, easily followed, all traits of a good recipe. Unfortunately, DW was in one of her 'moods' ("'David' is nice, Mike, but the hands are too big"). I vetoed her opinion and gave it 5 stars. I refuse to change my rating under duress of a person who claims my seafood lasagne is too "fishy".Real..."
"Hate to ruin the shut-out. The cooking technique for the chicken DID result in a very nice texture but the sauce was ho-hum; kind of a botched sweet-and-sour sauce rather than "barbeque". It took a lot of starch to thicken--maybe I had watery chicken. DW wishes I had done oven-BBQ with a bottled sauce instead. P.S. I used a healthy shot of habaner..."
"Excellent--easy and turned out exactly as everyone said. I have to chuckle at "48" servings...impossible to eat that little of this stuff :) Thanks for sharing this Kelleigh."