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"Made this tonight and it was divine! Easy, uses everyday ingredients and fairly fast to make. I didn't know how long it would take to reduce the cream, and it did take more than 15 minutes, but maybe because I had doubled the recipe, so mine came out a little thinner but tasty just the same. I did add salt to taste at the end. Thanks for post..."
"This was excellent -- I usually hate all other forms of purchased cocktail sauce because they're too sweet or just blah. However, sometimes I just purchase Silver Springs cocktail sauce (found in the cold-case deli section of the store) and add a little extra horseradish to it and it's very good."
"My kids dread the corned-beef-and-cabbage so this St. Patty's Day I surprised them with this stew -- it was a hit! I did make the following changes: I floured the lamb cubes before browning, no rutabagas (personal preference), fresh thyme sprigs instead of rosemary (DH hates rosemary), and added 1/3 cup white wine. I let it simmer for a good,..."
"I usually order lo mein when eating at an asian restaurant, so I was leary about this recipe. but this gets the YUM award at my house. Made this last night with left-over chicken. The veggies I used were: red pepper, bok choy (I cut up the stalk like celery and chopped up the green leaves), onion, slaw mix and extra carrot, topped with lots of gre..."
"(I've been using this recipe for a year and I can't believe I never reviewed it.) This recipe gets major points because it's easy to make, uses simple available ingredients and is cost effective. Confession time: after I eat my salad using this dressing, I drink what's left in the bowl. There, I said it. I'm not proud of i..."
"This was a good "base" recipe. I see pasta salad as an opportunity to improvise using your own leftovers and ingredients on hand. In addition to this recipes's ingredients I also added: artichoke hearts, sliced zucchini, sun dried tomatoes, and red onion instead of white. You could also use pepperoni, kalamata olives, cooked eggplan..."
"Wow, this recipe is great even if you DON'T use leftover pork! I had several grilled chops and needed to use them up -- this recipe was perfect. I would recommend increasing or doubling the amount of sauce (I served it over rice and it absorbed it a little). I did use some corn starch to thicken the sauce. I used par-steamed broccoli, julienn..."
"I was looking for a crock pot recipe for my country style pork ribs. This was excellent! I heeded 2 pieces of advice from reviewers: it's HOT so if you don't like it hot, put in less cayenne and boy am I glad I did...I think it would have been inedible for our family otherwise. I used 1/4 tsp. Others commented that it was watery, so I decided to d..."
"I learned how to make cauliflower like this from a personal trainer when I was trying to eat lower-carb. I just put the cauliflower in the food processor and chop until it's the size of rice. Then I put it in a tightly covered microwave-safe container (I use glass). No need to add any water. Microwave about 7 to 10 minutes on high until done (bet..."
"This is a great little go-to recipe and my family and I give it 5 stars. Simple to make; economical and common ingredients; reasonably fast to prepare; and great taste! I did follow one reviewer's suggestion to make sure it was tightly covered and it indeed came out perfect. I did use low-sodium soy sauce because that's all I had, and I did use re..."