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"I've been making this for 2-3 years now, I found it on another website probably Campbell's as stated. I make one addition which balances-out the oniony flavor, I add a chopped green pepper to the bottom along with the chopped onion, it mellows-out the onion. I lightly sauté both the chopped onion and green pepper before adding th..."
"This worked really good for me. I used half the cinnamon because it can overwhelm. It was about right. The cinnamon smell was strong, but not the taste. The watery texture complimented my application--a topping for microwaved sweet potatoes. I would classify this as a variation of Cinninatti Chilli which may be overwelming when eaten straight..."
"This had a pleasant taste and all the flavors that I like. It was extremely easy to make, it rolled easily, and stayed rolled. I tried cutting them in half but they were too small, so I left them whole. I had to rinse off the beef to remove the salty taste, it enhanced the texture as a side effect. It was closer to deli roast beef, then. I tri..."
"This was quite good, very taste. The only variations I made was 1.the Deli only had smoked Gouda, so I use that. 2.quanity. At the Deli I got 1/2 lb Black Forest Ham and 10 slices of Smoked Gouda, it worked out perfect 10 slices each. I eat them over a 3 day period, which got better has time increased. None of the ingredient broke down and th..."
"This recipe worked, the rice absorbed the liquids perfectly, it wasn't overwhelmingly onions, and the flavors were mild and pleasant. However, it's a starch lovers dream. This recipe can be renamed: Too Much Rice With Little Else. This unbalanced dish has potential of greatness."
"This should be called Mexican Manicotti in Water. What a big watery mess! 2 1/2 water, 16oz sour cream, 16oz picante sauce, beware any who is expecting the manicotti to be in a traditional sauce."