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"A good soup. I did make a few changes, mainly just due to what I had available and to use up some frozen vegetables. No celery and only used 4 cups of vegetable broth and used water for the rest. Added some frozen peas and corn that needed used up. Also, as others have said, with the existing directions it is very thick. I ended up adding an ..."
"Very tasty banana bread. It did not seem to have the strongest banana flavor I have tasted in a banana bread but regardless it was still delicious. I used sour cream not buttermilk and I included the cup of optional pecans. I had some leftover crushed pecans after assembling the bread and so I sprinkled the remaining nuts on the top of the brea..."
"Pretty good recipe. I just used regular brown rice, not instant. The flavor was alright but when I reheated the leftovers I ended up adding some of the salsa I had leftover in the jar because the flavor was slightly lacking for my taste. But overall pretty good."
"Delicious. I ate it with some whole wheat pita bread. Serving it with rice will likely be the way I serve it next time. I followed the higher amount on all the ingredients with a range listed. It turned out a thinner than I would have liked and will likely reduce the amount of liquid to the lower edge of the given ranges to thicken it more eas..."
"Very good soup. I've tried some other lentil soups that turned out rather bland but this came out quite good. I ate it for the next two days and it held over for that entire time and was still good. I didn't bother with the garnish or with the final touch of parsley at the end of cooking, since I didn't have fresh parsley on hand. Regardless o..."
"I made this with 5 carrots, 2 turnips, and three red potatoes (not peeled). Overall it turned out very delicious though I did have to increase the amount of broth and Guinness to completely cover the meat and veggies. I also added some butter/flour at the end to thicken the broth some, it was a little thin for my taste."
"Made this the other night. It was quite good. I'm not sure how much jalapeno and juice I used but I'm fairly certain it was more than called for and it still wasn't super spicy. Very tasty and I had some left over the next day, just cooked more pasta and heated the sauce/chicken in a small skillet. Thanks."
"I added just a little, not much, cayenne pepper as well as some ground white pepper. I also used ground turkey. Really should have drained the turkey though because it turned out a rather greasy. In spite of that it is a good meal, just need to drain the turkey next time."
"Shoot, just realized when I looked at the recipe again I forget the cayenne pepper. Even without it though it turned out amazing. I loved it. Thanks."
"First let me say I made several changes. I used a meatloaf mix (grd. beef, veal, and pork), I added some green pepper, sauted the onion, garlic, and gr. pepper. Unfortunately I had to omit the Worcestershire sauce, I thought I had some, but I don't. However, it turned out really moist and delicious. Thanks for the recipe!"