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"Even though I skipped the salt, this was really salty and tasted very processed. I ended up having to dilute it with more milk in the end because it was so salty but that just made it runny. My husband gagged and refused to eat it. I was able to eat it fine though. If you're going to try this recipe, skip the salt!"
"I didn't think this had enough chili taste, so I added a bunch of chili powder. I think this recipe could be written a little more clear. It should mention that you should drain the ground beef. It should also mention whether you should drain the beans or not. Also, is it ground coriander? I brewed 3 cups of coffee, then realized maybe the recipe ..."
"If you don't have time to simmer, don't use this recipe. I only let mine simmer for about 20 minutes and the vinegar was overpowering. My husband would probably rate it a one star. I think we're going to stick with Manwich!"
"I'm not sure if I'm really rating this recipe or not because I changed some things. I eliminated the butter and the velveeta, used 2 cups of shredded sharp cheddar, added fresh ground pepper, and added chopped red onion (only onion I had). I know that using frozen diced onions works in this too. I may use a little butter next time but it doesn't R..."
"I took one bite and had to put it in the trash. It was way too spicy, but with that aside, the flavor was just very unappetizing. My husband thought it was just okay. To make it easier, instead of trying to finely chop the chiles, I'd put all of the sauce ingredients in a blender or food processor."
"I decided to use blueberry yogurt instead of sour cream. The finished product was still way too wet for my liking, even after chilling for a day. It just tasted like yogurt to us. Kind of a bummer."
"Waaaay too buttery. I'm kind of grossed out, actually. And I love butter. I think you could cut it in half and be fine. I was really pressed for time, so I used onion flakes. I think that was a decent shortcut."
"I second the yummy and easy opinion! I also agree with the reviewer that said you need to do all of your prep first because things move really fast. It may be helpful to get your side dish going or just ready before you add the chicken to the pan. I served this with a roasted garlic couscous out of a box and then a spinach salad (I had a lot left ..."