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"I was looking for a Puttanesca sauce that does not require wine. Now I found it!! Excellent and easy to make. I used two servings of this sauce and added cooked shrimp and served it over pasta. Next time I make this recipe, I will add chicken to it."
"Excellent recipe..made it on the stove instead of the crockpot. I was afraid that the crockpot would make it too runny. It took about an hour on the stove."
"The reason why I am giving this 3 stars is because I do not like the sauce. The chicken was great, the tomato sauce was rather bland to me. I did make the chicken the second time and used another sauce, then it tasted great."
"I made this recipe with what I had in the cabinet. 2 cans of whole tomatoes and two cans of crushed. The reason is I did not have the higher end tomatoes in puree. Because I wanted the sauce to be think and I did not think the tomatoes in their juice would thicken it. It was very good. I will be using some of it to make clam sauce..it should turn ..."
"the best red beans and rice I ever had. I had to cut back on the spices, because of my husband. Also, I cooked the bacon and used the fat to cook the vegetables in. Very tasty.."
"Excellent recipe, nice and thick, It clings to the pasta quite nicely. I did not add the red wine because I forgot to do it and it turned out well. I did add brown sugar to make it sweeter."
"This recipe is the best. I did cook it over night and the next morning it was done. I used a boneless pork shoulder (tied in a string). It was easy to remove from the crockpot and easy to pull apart. No bones to deal with. It was a dollar more a pound BUT worth it. We are having it with macaroni sald.."