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"Really tasty. Mine wasn't very spicy, but I find Jalapeno's vary greatly. I also guess they meant Cayenne pepper when the recipe says red pepper, so that also contributed to its lack of fire. That said, my family prefers it not too hot, so I was the only one disappointed. Everybody loved it."
"I used frozen Hake filets. I guess I didn't get enough of the water out since it was more like cooking fish stew than sauting. I had dried the cut fish pieces on paper towels and had used less than the recipe amount of oil and lemon juice. I had about 3/4 of a cup of liquid left over after cooking 2.5 # of fish. All that said, we used rice, av..."
"Good side dish. I used a can of chicken broth and rounded it out to 2 cups. Also used dried oregano and half a red onion. Great under fish!"
"I gave the four stars, but that might be my mistake. I didn't have any hot peppers or hot chili sauce and I think that would have livened it up just a bit. I agree with the poster below that you can double the sauce. The noodles will soak it all up and that might "spice" it up a bit. I also used walnuts to substitute for peanuts and that was f..."
"Took a chance on this. Not really in my wheelhouse, but used it as opening course for xmas dinner and it was a big hit. Used the blender to liquify and that worked perfectly. I followed the recipe to a tee except using Bosc pears (peeled). Hard to believe there's not cream or the like in the finished product. Several guest remarked that the g..."
"Good way to use some leftover ham. If I made it again, I'd spice it up a little with the suggestions below (which I should have read BEFORE I made it)."
"I've been making these for our holiday party for 5 years now. Always a hit! I use these sauce ingredients with the 96oz. Cost Co. bag of Italian meatballs and that proportion is about right."