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"Very nice. Sweetness on the tip of the tongue; heat in the back. It's a keeper. I used this on some country pork ribs baked in the oven. Thanks for sharing."
"I guess it just wasn't our flavor profile. My husband had two or three chips and then no more (not like him to do this), he didn't say he DIDNT like it, but he didn't rave or enjoy it, either. For myself, I felt it was too 'heavy' with fat so it was difficult to taste the flavors. At first I thought I'd keep the reci..."
"Delicioius. Next time I will wait to add the advocado right before we sit down to eat [because they turned brownish from the balsamic]. Its a beautiful salad and very tasty."
"I fully intended to wrap the chicken in foil (easy clean-up!), but my chicken pieces were too big and the foil not wide enough. First I browned the chicken in some bacon grease I had saved from breakfast. As the chicken was browning I peeled the potatoes, carrots, onions, opened a can of green beans and drained and then chopped some celery. Put t..."
"Will definitely make this again. Very easy to put together and was delicious. Using parchment paper was a great tip, which I used and was thankful for. There was a LOT of au jus left in the pan and on the plates...next time I will capture that nectar from the pan and use it for soup flavorings the next day. Enjoyed it very much and one 'pizza..."
"Really nice for a change of pace. I love garlic but felt the 3 cloves were too much (maybe my cloves were too large). We like our soup a little more chunky, so I just used the hand held potato masher to kinda rough up the flowerets rather than puree. The dill was a nice touch. Will definitely make this soup again! Thanks, LonghornMama !!"
"A delicious and satisfying soup. I used "Rotel with green Chilis" in place of the canned tomatoes. The heat was 'over the top'!! I wont be doing that again...unless maybe 1/2 can Rotel and 1/2 can tomatoes, because we like the heat. Thanks for a heartwarming recipe, Literary Mom!"