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"Yum!!!!! So easy! I used leftover chicken from a roasted chicken, last night and through in some red pepper flakes to spice it up even more. What a kick! Love this soooooooooo easy recipe."
"The trick to thickening this sauce is to let it boil boil boil to reduce all the water. It takes about 20 - 30 minutes at a high boil but once it starts to thicken you get the consistency of the restaurants. Stir frequently so it doesnt burn. Just be PATIENT!!!!!"
"Right on!!! This IS panera bread soup! I added a grated carrot to give it color and to be just like panera and VOILA! Very nice on a warm rainy day."
"MMMMM! Good. I have an allergy to Garlic so I have a real difficult time finding a store bought dressing without it, thus I make it from scratch alot! This one is a keeper. I left out the garlic and worcester shire sauce (that has garlic too ) and I beleive that it didnt make a difference at all. It really makes alot of dressing even after cutting..."
"Very very thick and yummy. I added chicken medallions, spinach, mushrooms and crumbled bacon. Served it over ravioli. As good as my favorite restaurant! Great for a quick special meal."
"This is to die for! I made a couple of substitutions to accomodate what I had in the kitchen. Instead of whole chopped tomato, I used a can of rotel tomatoes with chilies. I omitted the can of chilies, as it was already in the tomatoes. I also used a package of taco mix, as I did not have cumin. For those watching their calorie consumption, the s..."
"My husband thought this was amazing! "Better than any restaurant." I used my pressure cooker, though , to cut down on time. I added an additional 1 cup of water for the pot. Cooked on 10 of pressure for 1/2 hr, then added potatoes, mushrooms, carrots and cabbage. I cooked an additional 20 minutes on 10 of pressure. I then added 2 large tablespoons..."