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"This recipe has the perfect mix of meat and beans. it wasn't very spicy (my toddler could eat it) but you can easily fix that if you want more spice. I agree with some previous posts taht it is a good recipe that you can tweak to suit your own tastes."
"This was very good however the recommendation of cinnamon rice is correct. I made it with regular mashed potatos and carrots and it just seemed wrong. I think it would be excellent in a pita with taziki sauce."
"I have made this once a week for the past couple of weeks. I found that adding about a teaspoon of garlic made a big difference possibly because I used cheddar instead of swiss so it needed a little something else for flavour. I use leftovers for the meat. I cook something for Sunday dinner (roast, fajitas, roast chicken, etc) and at the same t..."
"This was very tasty but quite salty. I do not cook too much with canned or processed foods so I think this was alot compared to what I am used to. I woke up this morning and couldn't get my wedding ring off because I am so swollen.
I messed up and bought tortilla chips instead of corn chips so I decided to just put rice on the bottom instead..."
"Was very good but I think I was expecting a bit more citrus flavouring. I definitely will use it again but may try to tweek it is bit. Even without tweeking it everybody who had the chicken thought it was excellent. The recipe made enough marinade for all 13 boneless chicken breasts with still about an inch of liquid above them."
"I have been cooking for my very fussy husband for about 5 years and this is the first time he ever enjoyed something that I made. I would give it 10 stars if I could just because of the rarity. I am not a big fan of thighs but they were tender and better than times I have had them baked int he oven. I thought there was plenty of sauce. it didn..."
"This recipe is from the series of cookbooks out of Canada from the Poleski sisters (I may have the name wrong). There is "Looneyspoons", "Crazy Plates", and "Eat, Shrink, and be Merry". I have all 3 and love most of the recipes out of them. They are all healthy and fun to read."