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"A lot of prep work with so many veggies to chop, but a good result. I was looking for a pasta sauce for my baby that didn't have any salt and had lots of hidden vegetables, so this was a good choice. Leeks add a great flavor. It was a little bit too sweet, but we had roasted the red peppers to remove the skin, so that may have added to the swee..."
"This was terrific. I love that it wasn't runny. It even makes kind of a crust on the bottom, which holds the pieces together even more. For my taste, there was a little too much topping relative to the rest of it, so next time I will scale that back just a tad. But a great recipe!"
"What a delicious way to feed my family spinach! I doubled the cream, used frozen chopped spinach, and squeezed in some fresh basil from a tube. Yummy."
"This was delicious! We made as directed, except we left out the lemon peel and instead just squeezed on lemon at the table. Also, our filet was huge, from a mutton snapper, and it still turned out great."
"Very tasty, enjoyed by both adults and toddlers. We added some frozen corn, a chopped-up mango, and some cilantro from a tube. Yummy!"
"Very tasty. The goat cheese is a great addition. Only change I'd make is adding another can of enchilada sauce and/or diced tomatoes to make it a bit less dry."
"Fabulous, and more importantly for us, this recipe passed the fussy toddler test with flying colors. We packed a bit more nutrition into it by adding more bell peppers -- one red and one green, diced finely; some steamed carrots; and some fried sausage pieces. Yummy!"