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"I cooked this with 2 big chicken breasts, a pack of uncooked, spicy sausage, chicken broth, franks hot sauce and seasoned salt. This was one of the best meals I've ever made! Cooked it on high, done in 5 hours. Thank you for this yummy recipe! Regular rotation worthy!"
"We love this recipe! It's one of the few ways I can get my boyfriend and father (both meat men) to eat veggies! They both love the flavor which I find ironic since they hate all kinds of veggies!I line a glass pan with foil, pour some olive oil over all of the asparagus, throw some salt on top and add fresh cracked black pepper! Superb!Heads u..."
"LOVED IT! Had this with chicken parm and buttery green beans! The whole meal was great, but the garlic bread was AMAZING! My boyfriend HATES mayo so I didn't tell him there was mayo in it until after and he said that it tasted so good, he didn't care about the mayo! I think the mayo added the perfect zing to it so that it was a little sour in a wa..."
"Yum yum yum! My boyfriend and I had this for dinner last night with some buttery green beans and some "Own Garlic Bread" (found on Recipezaar). It was a fabulous meal! We have tried almost every chicken parm recipe on this site and yours is by far the best! It was VERY moist and cooked up nicely. We didn't flatten the chicken and it was still on t..."
"I must admit that I used this recipe ONLY for the dressing so this review is solely for that.It was absolutely delicious! Very flavorful and more of a sauce than a dressing for the salad. It was smooth and not too oily. I did not have any chipotle peppers so I omitted that entirely. The fresh ginger was substituted for what I had on hand: powdere..."
"I have made this twice now and I must confess that the second time around was MUCH better. The first time I made this the sauce was pretty runny and the second time around I turned it into a glaze by adding 2.5 tablespoons of corn starch to the mixture before adding it to the pan. Beware: the glaze has a tendency to stick to the pan if too hot so ..."