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"This is easy, healthier than many meatloaf recipes although still full of fat, and tastey. I used Hunt's Hickory and Honey Barbecure Sauce and finely ground store bought bread crumbs and my elderly father found the dish delicious! It is moist and tastey for sure, but I'd probably have liked a different sauce so give it 4 stars. I did use plain br..."
Jul 23, 2008 on Food.com
"I found this to be a good tortilla soup recipe that tastes better the second day. The photo, however, makes the soup look a clearer red than it turns out to be if you give the tortilla chips a fine to a bit under medium cruch and if you cruble the cheddar cheese rather than shred it in strips. The chips will melt into the soup and so will the chee..."
Jan 11, 2008 on Food.com
"I mistakenly forgot to put the butter in, but the recipe turned out to be great anyway! Not as tender but not really tough either; and the sweetness shone through. The cornbread tasted even better as the days passed. Great recipe!"
Dec 7, 2007 on Food.com
"This recipe is excellent! I made it with mild taco seasoning and pre-slow cooker baked chicken thighs and with both cheddar and Mexican four-cheese mix cheese. The enchilada sauce in layers gives just enough heat without being overpowering. Before putting some on the bottom of the dish, I put some mild salsa there which added to the taste greatly..."
Dec 7, 2007 on Food.com
"4 stars for this tastey, easy recipe. The peanut/crumb mixture is fine on its own; however, I'd like more zing to it like some mustard. Don't know if that would burn in the oven. 500 degrees is pretty hot; and some of the crumbs around the fish charcoallized. Solutions, anyone? I found the crumb crust wouldn't stick well to the fish, despite the o..."
Jun 12, 2007 on Food.com
"5 STARS! This is a very good alternative to the commonly made eggs+salmon+mayo+breadcrubs+seasonings recipes. Although it would be great with red sockeye salmon, I find it a good recipe to liven up the less expensive pink salmon. It also tastes fine when made with brown rice. Finding a healthy substitute for the four would probably achieve what ..."
May 4, 2007 on Food.com