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"Yep, this one's a 5-star winner. This was so good I don't think I can ever go back to canned enchilada sauce again. Cocoa powder does something magical to Mexican sauces and cooking - try it in chili too! Used only 1 T. of chili powder because I didn't think my Little could handle the kicked up spice. Since I didn't want to lose the flavor, I d..."
Dec 31, 2012 on Food.com
"Amazing and easy side dish (easy because the beets can be cooked ahead of time. I used toasted pistachios instead of walnuts, but that's just personal preference - both work!"
Nov 19, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"You. must. try. this. So, so good! We marinated the meat in the spice rub overnight, and if you have the time and inclination, I highly recommend it to bring out the full flavor. Don't be afraid to use the dehydrated onion. I'd read that a very famous chili maker claimed it was one way to ensure consistent flavor time after time. I froze our ..."
Jul 27, 2011 on Food.com
"These were definitely a hit (even with the grownups!. Super easy and tasty - just bring on the napkins and enjoy watching the kids' happy, sticky faces as go back for seconds... and thirds. :"
Jul 27, 2011 on Food.com
"When your husband says, "this is the best (fill in the blank that I ever ate," you know you have a winner! Ultimate is right - there wasn't any left after dinner. We had to sub Monterrey Jack for the Swiss and I added just a dash of cayenne to the sauce at end but used the rest of the ingredients in the original. Thanks for sharing this great ..."
Jun 15, 2010 on Food.com
"This was definitely love at first bite, or was it slice? The best pie recipe I've tried so far and perfect for spring! I realized that I only had 1/2 c. of rhubarb so improvised by adding a 1/2 c. of fresh blueberries - divine! I'm an inept pie crust maker so relied on Trader Joe's premade which was surprisingly good. This was just delicious,..."
May 25, 2010 on Food.com
"This was a great, easy recipe. I used it as a side dish for our cinco de mayo party. I substituted spicy sausage for the ground beef and used cayenne and cumin in place of the cajun (only to keep it a little more in theme with our party. Instead of baking in a casserole, I popped into our slow cooker after step 3 and it kept perfectly for a co..."
May 9, 2010 on Food.com
"This was a perfect way to do ham! I had about a 9 lb. half ham that I cooked at 325° @ 15 minutes per pound. I kept the ham tightly covered in foil (but tented to avoid burning off the glaze and it came out perfect! If you like it a little crispy on the outside, simply uncover and raise the temp to 400° and cook for 5-10 minutes, watching car..."
Nov 27, 2009 on Food.com
"These were great! The key is to make sure that you only have a light coating of flour on these, so shake the excess off before baking. A quick, easy and tasty chicken dish adults and kids will love."
Nov 22, 2009 on Food.com
"I was a bit skeptical but after reading so many positive reviews I decided to give this a try. Boy, glad I did! This is fantastic with BBQ and Asian. I personally added a little more sugar to round out the heat but otherwise followed the recipe. Can't wait to make this again. A great and safer alternative to mayo-based salads for outdoor part ..."
Sep 20, 2009 on FoodNetwork.com