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"WOW! I would give more stars if I could. It was super easy to make and every bit as good as our favorite Greek restaurant's! I used fat free Greek yogurt instead of the sour cream and used only about a tablespoon of the oil but it was still amazingly creamy and delicious! I will be making this often!"
"This was great! Husband gave it 4 1/2 stars. I used panko bread crumbs and quite a bite more sage than called for. I served it with roasted asparagus and roasted red potatoes flavored with. I sprinkled some of the extra bread crumbs over the potatoes before roasting and used the rest to make baked italian meatballs (#84957). Also, I left out the b..."
"I made these meatballs to use in a recipe for Italian Wedding Soup, then froze the rest to have on hand for whatever. It worked out great. And I like that they are so much healthier than what you'd buy pre-made at the store."
"I substituted chicken breasts because I don't care for dark meat, but otherwise made this exactly as written. It was different but good- like a warm bowl of melty buffalo wings! I ate the left overs over lettuce and veggies w/ blue cheese dressing as a taco salad of sorts."
"I was a little hesitant about the spice combination, but I really liked this. I did add some cayenne and crushed red pepper to give it some heat because I used a mild curry powder. Great easy, tasty, healthy crockpot recipe! Thanks!"
"We really liked this. But with some (accidental) changes. Steak went bad so I used frozen chicken breasts. Didn't have red wine vinegar so I used balsamic. Didn't have 10 hours, so did 6 hours on HIGH. Oh yeah, and I ended up adding come chili powder, cayenne, and crushed red pepper to the meat after I shredded it to give it some more kick. Was SO..."
"This was very good and everyone loved it. I would definitely make this again with a couple changes: saute the onions first (they were a little too cruncy for my liking). I would also not drain the beans to give it a darker color. That's all! It was great!"
"I loved this! Have made it twice now, once with berries and once with peaches. The second time I got smart and put my fruit in the microwave for 1 minute before adding it to the oatmeal. My husband didn't care for it too much but only because he doesn't like fruit in his cereal."