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"Very easy and tasty. Served over noodles. I added some crushed red pepper, as the peppers I had were pretty sweet. I also sub'd greek yogurt for the sour cream, turned out well!"
"Great soup, and easy to make. I microwaved the sweet potato for a few minutes and then put everything together in a pot, simmered for a hour. I also added cooked chicken. Everyone liked it!"
"This was a great summery salad. I don't think I used quite as much herbs as called for and it was perfect. I went with basil instead of mint, but would like to try that as well. We used regular feta, and I also added chopped cucumber. Will definitely make again! Great potluck dish, especially if you have an herb garden."
"Yummy yummy! I used ditali pasta and instead of buttered bread crumbs I just sprayed non-cook spray over the top of the bread crumbs after I put them on and they browned nicely."
"This was tasty. I used my mandolin and thought they were pretty thin, but still took longer than stated to cook. Maybe use parboiled next time to speed it up."
"This was delicious! We're not normally "vegetarian" eaters, but this was great. Added shredded cheese and a dollop of sour cream in the bowl. I didn't add the cinnamon, but may try that next time. (Second time, we added avocado and some goat cheese on top!)"
"Excellent bread! I used the 1/4 c butter and it was plenty, and I don't think i would have needed to grease my pan also. I may decrease the sugar next time. Otherwise, very good, and thanks for the tip on sifting!!"
"This was fairly simple to make (would be quicker if you have already cooked chicken) and tasted good. I used 2 Tbsp dried parsley flakes which worked well, as well as a little cornstarch to the sauce to get it a little thicker (personal preference). I added toasted pine nuts too. I'm not sure it would need to be baked, you could just toss it all t..."