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"Just made this with the suggestions of Christina1 with fresh herbs in the meatballs, frying the meatballs first and adding (in my case, pureed fresh) tomatoes. I also used lemon in the meatballs and in the broth, gave a nice lift to the flavor. Definitely a keeper!"
"Love this, very similar to a pizza we get at our of our favorite restaurants! I used my own sourdough starter and made a dough in my bread machine with that. Otherwise, followed directions as stated. Terrific!"
"Definitely worth tinkering with as it is full of good stuff! Added onion and more garlic plus next time we will add some bell peppers. Also used rice vinegar and for spice some red pepper flakes. I doubled the sauce and it was a hit!"
"I made this as directed, using whole milk. I probably used a medium size onion and added two yukon gold potatoes, that I'd microwaved first and then added to the onion celery mixture. I used one can of baby clams with the juice and then the rest small shrimp. Sooo tasty and easy! Love it!!"
"I used another sourdough recipe and made it through two rise cycles in my bread machine and then baked it following your directions. Worked fantastic!"
"This is delicious and I did double the sauce. Had it with stir fried broccoli, Recipe #379455?made for a great dinner with Shrimp Fried Rice, Recipe #51183! Thanks for posting."
"Lucky me, I had all the ingredients on hand for this and it was wonderful! I didn't have quite enough asparagus and it certainly could have used all the recipe called for. I love the idea of making an asparagus puree and using that as part of the liquid?so you get asparagus in every bite! This is going into my Best of fort 2014! Thanks for po..."
"I made these after spectating the 2013 "Best of" Game and reality loved the lower calorie method of preparation! Lots of tasty crunch."