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"I just made this and I can still smell the wonderful aroma in the air! I made as instructed, but pan seared the ribs in olive oil first, omitted celery & bell pepper and added a teeny bit of liquid smoke, chili sauce and steak sauce. I cooked in my pressure cooker for almost 45 minutes and the ribs were falling apart tender! I also skimmed off ..."
"To me this is definitely a restaurant quality dish - very flavorful - the salsa verde/enchilada sauce mixed with the cream sauce is awesome! I was looking for something to do with my already grilled shrimp and this fit the bill. I did not have any corn, jalapenos or black olives, but I did add a roasted poblano pepper to the filling which worked..."
"As I sit here typing my review I have my second one of these casserole's baking in the oven! I'm anticipating it turning out as good as the first one I made! This is absolutely great! My daughter loved it, which is a plus for me! As other reviewers suggested I microwaved the potatoes first. The flavors blend very well together and I KNOW I wi..."
"I made the baked version of this the other night and it turned out awesome! For more Italian flavor I added a few links of well drained sweet Italian sausage to the mix as well as some Penzeys Tuscan Sunset seasoning. I had to substitute some crused tomatoes for tomato sauce since I only had 3 8 oz cans and it worked out great! Like some of the..."
"I tried this for the first time tonight following the recipe as stated except for the last step of slathering BBQ sauce on the ribs on the grill - the simple thought of leaving a messy grill along with the prospect of burnt ribs deterred me. I found it better for me to dip my ribs in the sauce after they were cooked, plus I got the benefit of th..."
"All I can say is AWESOME! The flavors just dance in your mouth! I was a little disappointed that the propane ran out in my grill as I went to put these on, but I seared them on all sides on the stovetop, wrapped them in foil with some liquid in the bottom, and put them in the oven. After baking for almost 2 hours on low heat, took them out and ..."
"Awesome combination! I would've never thought this would be so good, but everyone loved it as a side dish to fried fish! This will definitely be on the top of my list of side dishes to make and I recommend everyone try this recipe at least once."