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"Great recipe! I followed it exactly and wound up cooking a truly memorable chicken dinner.
I also had enough breading left over to put together a Chicken Fried Steak meal the next night.
Thank you for posting the recipe here, Kittencal."
"I always have a bit of trepidation when cooking chicken. But this was a simple, easy to put together dish that turned out very well. Bake time and temp was perfect. Its a keeper."
"My dear wife made this meal last night. Very tasty. And a keeper.
One observation we both had was that the casserole could have used double (at least) the tuna called for in the recipe. But that's a personal preference only."
"I had to use minature elbow macaroni in place of the Penne pasta. Par boiled the macaroni for five minutes, then added it to the simmering goulash. After another 15 or so minutes, plated the meal. Compliments to me from around the table.
Thanks for posting the recipe, Kittencal. It is terrific."
"Great recipe, Barb. Thanks for posting it.
And thanks for the tip about letting the beans rest in the cooking water for an hour. Worked like a charm for me.
One small modification I made: I pureed the soup after about 1 hr and 30 min, returned it to the stove top and added the chopped celery for a final 30 min cook. The soup turn..."
"Second time I've made this recipe, this time using clear chicken broth as the base. Like the chicken broth A LOT! This is a great and bracing soup that needs no added flavoring.
So happy we have a Korean grocery close. Discovering this cuisine is a great find for my family.
Thank you for publishing the recipe, Upsidedown!"
"Just terrific! First time in years that I've gotten pork chops "right".
Son said his chop was just about the best he's ever tasted. Thanks for posting this recipe, Alan."
"Tried this recipe last night. I've never made a mole before this. Followed it exactly as written. Used as a sauce over pan fried pork chops. Far too sweet for my liking. Wife suggested picking up some ice cream to drizzle this over. She was joking, but probably was correct. I won't rate this recipe, so as not to skew the "likes" it has picked up."