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"I've never been a fan of dressing and I picked this recipe for my husband. I'm now a fan! I used light dry rye bread cubes and sage sausage. Made the recipe the day before and baked for 20 min. and finished baking the next day. Cut the recipe in half because we were having smoked turkey and the stuffing was going to be a side dish -- this stuffin..."
Nov 25, 2012 on Food.com
"As suggested in other reviews, I cooked the gnocchi until light and fluffy. Sauteed the vegetables, along some diced, thin slices of red and green pepper in a dab of butter and a couple splashes of olive oil. Substituted shredded bacon-crusted turkey breast deli slices for the diced chicken. Despite using only skim milk to cut calories, the soup w..."
Oct 19, 2012 on Food.com
"Made the recipe as shown except omitted flour when adding the milk and used a creamy chicken bouillon (a leftover soup packet with water. My husband's first reaction when I started making the soup was "no thanks". While the soup was sitting on the counter to cool, I found him snitching spoonfuls and telling me how great this soup was. Thanks so m..."
Sep 27, 2012 on Food.com
"Made the recipe without any changes, including the raisins. Sliced the pear with a mandolin using the thinnest slicing blade. Loved the aroma.
Served the sauce over sweetened cornbread (recipe #116185 that I had sliced in half . Topped with a frozen yogurt sandwich cut in pieces. (Possibly not the most attractive plating -- however, the..."
Sep 24, 2012 on Food.com
"Thanks Debster for a delicious recipe. Cut out most of the fat by using 1/3 c. of applesauce and about a Tbsp. of margarine (although butter probably would have been more flavorable. Cut the sugar to 3/4 cup and used 1 cup of flour. After baking, added a light dusting of powdered sugar on top.
This recipe is a keeper."
Apr 23, 2012 on Food.com
"This was the first recipe I've tried using gnocchi. It was delicious. Used stewed tomatoes and dried basil, along with a touch of sugar to cut acidity. I boiled the gnocchi til it rose to the top of the boiling water which was fine, but I'm wondering if they were overcooked after baking. Just a tad pasty. Next time I'll try baking with the sauce a..."
Jan 2, 2012 on Food.com
"My husband agreed with Mamamain's comment that this dish takes like a chicken pot pie w/o the crust. Made the original recipe as listed except for adding crinkled carrots for extra color and taste (my dh dislkes peas.
Because this recipe can be adapted many ways, I've been tinkering with it. In my 1st version, I substituted mixed vegeta..."
Jul 21, 2011 on Food.com
"This recipe deserves 5 stars! Ingredients I had to substitute were cooked rotisserie chicken, dried tarragon, and adding the chopped smoked almonds into the spread. AND .. I added some diced Golden Delicious Apple. Didn't measure any of the ingredients .. just tossed in what looked reasonable. This spread was delicious! My husband ate all the lef..."
Jul 19, 2011 on Food.com
"Because we were having so many treats, I cut the dough into 32 wedges for 'little bites'. Brought them to two different family events, and they were a hit! This recipe is a keeper for a Christmas treat. I researched some other Regelach recipes and used the suggestion to substitute marzipan instead of the almond paste, because the paste takes more ..."
Dec 31, 2010 on Food.com
"Didn't get back in time to add noodles or rice. Made the recipe as is except I used olive oil instead of butter, some roasted garlic paste instead of minced garlic, and left out the bouillon. Got home from a long day at work and couldn't resist having seconds. Will definitely make this recipe again. Thanks Sarah!"
Dec 31, 2010 on Food.com