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"Loved it, and so did everyone else! Thanks.
Next time I'll skip the flour as I don't see it making any difference, and adding a tbs of 'herbs de provence'.
PS remember folks that browning the beef does not mean well done!"
"I added some minced garlic, and stirred in olive oil while making the meat balls as the bread I was using made it difficult to knead, Bake if you have to, but frying and then adding the meatballs with the drippings into your sauce makes a big difference."
"A big hit at Xmas this year. I too added some onion powder. Cooking time can be a ot less, depending on your mushiness tolerance, but a long, low simmering works well."
"A great way to cook pork quickly, though a microwave is not the way to go in any serious cooking. Came out like a ballpark brat, tasty enough, and saved a lot of time, so pretty good really."
"Came out yummy! I just used a few drumsticks. I threw in a chopped turnip and a quarter cup of barley to make it more stew like. I also added a few sliced mushrooms. The bouillon cubes took care of saltiness just right. I assumed 'green pepper' was chili pepper and not bell pepper, and that helped to warm the cockles of my heart, and as they say, ..."
"simple and great, but one tsp of basil is enough, and I don't buy lite OO, so I combined 1 tsp EVOO with 1 tsp veg oil which worked fine. Thanks!"
"We enjoyed this very much. I actually used half chicken and half shrimp. I'll try this again in a few days and will use cracked pepper and thrown in a cardamon or two at step 13 and see if that works. Note that steps 4, 5 and 6 are one sentence. Thanks!"
"Simple and delicious. Next time I will try the spicy mango chutney that was on the shelf next to Major Grey's to 'heat it up' a bit.Thanks!"