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"Delicious! One of my favorite variations on copycat Skyline Chili! I used a 28 oz can of tomato puree instead of the sauce it called for, and Certified Angus Beef ground beef .... absolutely delish!"
"Pretty tasty, eh? Growing up in Minnesota, I often was served a hot dish as a kid. Mock Chowmein, Tater Tot Casserole, goulash (not real goulash, a tomato based macaroni dish), and oven steak ... all favorites! Thanks for posting this and helping me introduce a bit of my Minnesotan heritage to my kids!"
"Quick and easy substitute for Shepherd's Pie, the much loved dish of my eldest son. I used BBQ sauce this time around, but think making it with marinara, carrot, onion, and celery (like bolognese sauce) would also be delicious! Thanks for the quick, week night dish!"
"I grilled the chicken and prepared the sauce separately, adding about 1 T. of cornstarch to thicken. I served over an Asian salad. It was delicious!"
"This was fantastic! It was prepared for a salad bar at work and our meals to go program with just a few fruit substitutions. I am making it for Easter dinner and serving it with cinnamon fresh whipped cream!"
"Loved this quick and easy week night meal right down to the sauce! Next time I will add bean sprouts and mushrooms, and maybe a protein like diced chicken."
"So delicious and perfect for a Lenten meal! I doubled this recipe, using one full can of Cento tomato paste, and Cento San Marzano tomatoes. I typically use the best tomatoes I can find when preparing a dish such as this which features tomato. I did decrease the olive oil by 1/4, and also used 2 t. of red pepper flake and passed it at the tabl..."
"Quick, sneaky way to get extra veggies in one's diet! This must be timed correctly, or the vegetables overcook! Next time, I would cook veges until they are still crisp, remove them from the pan, add sherry and cook down, then add milk mixture, then cheese, then toss veges back in at the last minute."