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"This was good. I was looking for ways to use my crockpot and quinoa. I used a whole can of chickpeas and in place of the salsa, I used a can of spicy diced tomatoes with chilis. I used half of a red onion, 1.5 tsp of cinnamon and worcestershire sauce in place of the soy sauce because upon inspection my soy sauce was REALLY old! I served with som..."
Jan 17, 2010 on Food.com
"I think this is a great base recipe, open to interpretation. I halved the recipe and I'm glad I did, because my crockpot couldn't have handled the whole thing. I omited the alfredo sauce and used 1 jar of regular sauce instead. I also added chopped onion, green pepper and artichokes to the hamburger mixture. The supermarket was also out of las..."
Jan 1, 2010 on Food.com
"This is a pretty good recipe. By the looks of the spices involved, I knew I would have to add/improvise, but thats OK, everybody's taste is different. For the chili powder, I used part regular, part chipotle powder, and an extra tsp of cayenne. I also added oregano and coriander. In addition to the can of diced tomatoes, I added a can of hot jaban..."
Mar 10, 2009 on Food.com
"Awesome! I made this as a Valentine Breakfast for my boyfriend. He loved it! I loved it! It was super easy, really yummy and not overly filling!! I served it with fresh strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, whipped cream and drizzed ghiradelli semi-sweet chocolate. I did turn down the heat a bit based on other reviews and pulled it early, too. ..."
Feb 19, 2009 on Food.com
"The idea of this is pretty good. I'll definately try again with a few modifications. Next time, I will omit the cheese. I think it made the sauce greasy. Also, I don't think its necessary to add all the fat using the frying/browning process - next time I will just bake the chicken with the sauce."
Jan 11, 2009 on Food.com
"This was really good, except that I only used two jalapenos. I was afraid the my co-workers who would be eating it may have burned their mouths off otherwise. It was a huge hit and I'm told could have used one more jalapeno and still been allright."
Dec 18, 2008 on Food.com
"This was pretty good! I used pork loin chops instead of chicken, fresh ginger, hearty spicy brown dijon mustard and ancho chili powder as thats all I had. I baked it and served with baby lima beans. I think it would be good thickened up a little and served with some pasta. Maybe next time....Really yummy."
Dec 7, 2008 on Food.com
"This was awesome! I used a white onion, garlic in the jar, jalapeno from a jar, and chicken bouillion/water. I did not use the parsley, however.. but, I did also add a can of black beans to the white. This was quick, easy and delicious. I will definately make this again, but I don't understand why the recipe says "serves 4". This is easily 6 very ..."
Nov 19, 2008 on Food.com
"This was a great recipe with lots of room for modifications. I love that since it allows me to use what I have. I only had about 1 3/4 cup of the rice, so I used the same ammt of water and two boullion cubes. I used a can and a half of diced tomates and a can of mild green chilis. I did not have the cream of chicken, so I used a can of cheddar che..."
Oct 27, 2008 on Food.com
"This is a great recipe.. I halved it, using 3 pork loins and one can of reduced-sodium mushroom soup. Unfortunately, I way overseasoned the loins with the seasoned salt, but it wasn't too bad too eat, in fact it was delicious! I served over egg noodles and a side of green beans. I will definately make this again, being more careful with my seas..."
Oct 18, 2008 on Food.com