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"Very good! I used fresh garlic and onion instead of powder. I cut back on the bread crumbs, so the mixture was not stiff. I made patties instead of balls because of it. Served with some marinara over them and baked cheese grits. A very nice dinner and I got to use up all the eggplant!"
"Great recipe! But do increase the sauce. I doubled it and next time will quadruple the amount of sauce. It reduces and gets syrupy, which is perfect with rice. I cooked it entirely on the stove top. I used granulated garlic and did not increase the soy sauce, as we watch our sodium intake. Perfect for thick, bone-in chops. My guys raved abo..."
"I used three tablespoons of butter and one of olive oil, for health reasons. Also, used a combination of oyster, shiitake and jumbo trumpet mushrooms I got from the Asian market (much cheaper). When it was done, I pureed the soup with an immersion blender, and threw in the shiitake caps, I love the meatiness of those mushrooms in soup! Also, I ..."
"A nice, easy soup. I added a dollop of yogurt to it at serving. It is quick, tasty, healthy, so I'm happy. It would also be easy to change up the seasoning to get a different flavor profile. The immersion blender was perfect for this soup."
"Trust the reviews. This is an excellent recipe. And to think it will cost a mere couple of dollars to make! I doctored it up by using a heaping teaspoon of ginger and curry powder, and using fresh garlic, red pepper flakes, a small chopped bell pepper, shredded carrots and chopped shiitake mushrooms. Very versatile casserole and everyone loved..."
"Authentic, delicious gazpacho, but NO to the cumin. Best in the summer when all the ingredients are in season. I have an old Osterizer blender and it really blends the vegetables smooth. Also, I cut the olive oil in half, as I like it lighter. This is the real deal served in Spain, but I do not think they use cumin! Forget the recipes with 15..."
"I tweaked the recipe a bit by adding some meat, garlic and homemade taco seasoning. Added some black olives as well. Prepared the squash by boiling it whole. It was very good. Drain the squash before mixing the dish."
"An awesome, soul satisfying stew than can easily go vegetarian without missing a thing. It is heavy, so it is great in the winter when it is cold and damp outside. It sticks to your ribs. I added a bit of cinnamon since it seemed to cry out for it, and reduced the oil. Garnished with chopped peanuts, ta-dah! My husband loved it."
"Very good and so good for you. Add berries, dried fruit or nuts too. Quick and easy to prepare on busy mornings. I prefer it to oatmeal!"