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"Very good, husband loved it! will make again. took changes to add 1/2# meat (turkey) & garlic. omitted the 1c. water and reduced the (uncooked rigatoni) pasta to ~3+ cups. Cheese & hot sauce added to taste later per serving. Similar to goulash. A great recipe to start and adjust as desired. Thanks for posting."
"Tried for house party this summer. Had a 'woody' flavor as I had some basil stems in there. One person asked for recipe. I added more strawberries for sweetness. Went over fairly well."
"Very good. I've played with omitting one or two ingredients (sugar, dijon, poppy seeds) and made as written. Great with any variation. Lots of compliments from others too."
"Made this without the cabbage pasta for a house party it was well received*. I did* use changes from previous review. Some guests thought it was pork. Served it on burger buns. Great for groups. Thanks."
"I have made this several* times now, and make substitutions with on hand items (nuts, flax, pumpkin seeds, dried fruits & berries, etc.). Very easy to go organic or 'raw' with this recipe (I used puffed millet instead of 'rice' cereal). I added a few Tablespoons of molasses to give it more 'glue.' I always keep it in 'granola' form & take a cupful..."
"I tried this. It was like a seedy version of granola (crumbles easily to 'chunks'). THEN I crumbled it in my yogurt and it was GREAT this way! Tell the kids you are adding (healthy) 'sprinkles' to their yogurt."