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"Great recipe and very easy to adapt. I added a little pre-made pesto to zhoosh it up a bit.I also typically use vermouth instead of white wine; I always have it handy because it does not spoil."
"This is a great and easy recipe. I first made a rare rump roast with the intention of making other things out of it. First, I served it kind of l like a prime rib with roasted onion potatoes and a salad. Then I thin shaved it for a Japanese dish like the ones served at Yoshinoya Beef Bowl. After that, made a few sandwiches. I froze some individual..."
"Great sauce! I made 2 batches. After the first batch, instead of dipping the pot into cold water, I took it off the heat and gently stirred in the other ingredients."
"These are my favorite roasted potatoes. Even though they really don't need it, I have a compulsion to mash them and add butter on my plate! I know that is awful, but I cannot help myself. The flavor of the butter still adds so much!"
"Great recipe! However, I shred my own potatoes with a coarse shredder and soak them in water first to remove the starch. I also sometimes use a Velveeta cheese sauce instead of cheddar - omitting the cream of mushroom soup. Comes out a bit more creamy. Also, as I always do, I sub out the sour cream for plain Greek yogurt."
"Great recipe! Since this comes out like an Italian chili, I sometimes add a small dollop of Greek yogurt with a sprinkle of shredded cheddar to switch it up a bit (mostly for leftovers - if there are any!)."
"This is a fantastic recipe. I made it one Xmas for my sister - the whitish broth and green reminded me of the season. Since she was having dinner with her boyfriend's family the previous day - I decided to switch it up and have a lighter meal. It blew her away. It was years ago and she is still talking about it! When I don't have kale or..."
"This is a great recipe. The only change I make is to use a cheese sauce made from Velveeta - or from jar, rather than the shredded cheddar. This more closely replicates the actual Taco Bell nachos."