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"Easy to make & tasty! My husband enjoyed it. I had some edits - I used refrigerated pie crust for the top & the bottom. I used whole baby carrots and chunky onions since I like a thicker chunky texture. Added a teaspoon of garlic and ginger to give it some zing. On a chilly night, this easy dinner is a keeper! Thanks for sharing!"
Jan 26, 2013 on Food.com
"So easy! With sauce I use it for dinner parties. Without sauce, my per-school daughter loves these on the side of her veggies for dinner. Thanks! "
Sep 22, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Really easy and really tasty! Thanks for sharing this! Easy ingredients the only thing I added were some seeded red peppers from our garden. My three old daughter and husband enjoyed eating this meal. For a summer dinner I served it with a side of white rice and a salad. This recipe is a keeper!"
Aug 5, 2011 on Food.com
"Great recipe. Easy, delicious and light for a summer dinner. My pre-schooler enjoyed it too! I added the juice of one lemon for a citrus flavor. Wonderful! Highly recommended & will definitely make this again! "
Jul 25, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Overall these are pretty good and the recipe is simple enough. Dinged a star because the spinach instructions (where does the spinach go in? was missing and as was the final oven temp. I took a guess and luckily it all seemed to work out - but some clarity in the recipe instructions would be best. Family enjoyed them, thanks for sharing!"
May 20, 2011 on Food.com
"Easy to follow, looks intimidating but its not. I wanted something like my moms and this fit the bill. In our home we like things spicy so the only difference were that I added some spices - a teaspoon of ground ginger and half a jalapeno pepper. My meatballs didn't fall apart, again they weren't too big, I used a teaspoon to scoop and shape the..."
May 19, 2011 on Food.com
"Perfectly easy! I was so frustrated trying to find a simple basic mac n cheese - this fit the bill exactly. For Holiday dinners we needed mac n' cheese for the picky kids (and baby adults! I used this - just jazzed up with some garlic, chili pepper and ginger for a little bit of a bolder flavor. Thanks for sharing this - I'll be using this for..."
Dec 27, 2010 on Food.com
"Great recipe - simple & easy to execute. I love lentils and am happy when autumn comes around to make a nice hearty batch of lentil soup. I added a half can of diced tomatoes and a teaspoon of ground ginger for some kick. Perfect! I microwaved some bacon strips and added them on top of a dollop of sour cream upon serving to my husband. He loved ..."
Oct 4, 2010 on Food.com
"Great recipe! Thanks for sharing this! I'd never made pot roast before so this was easy for me to "try out" and now it'll be a keeper - my husband loved it. A few things I did - 1 I added a tablespoon of minced garlic and crushed ginger - but that's because we like some spiciness to our meats and 2 I reduced cooking time by an at least an hour b..."
Aug 24, 2010 on Food.com
"I agree with newmama - I think it needs more peaches otherwise the batter is a bit heavy. Otherwise it was very easy to make and delicious! I used both the dash of cinnamon and nutmeg - yummy! I'll definitely keep this recipe (just fine tuned since my backyard peach tree is producing a ton of peaches for our family to consume! Thanks for sharing!"
Jun 29, 2010 on Food.com