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"I LOVE THIS RECIPE!!!I used McIntosh apples and left the skins on, and I didn't even have to mash them! They were the PERFECT balance of sweet and tart, too. I was super skeptical that this was going to bake in the amount of time given, and in the right way, but it did indeed. Leave it uncovered -- it works!So easy, so fast, and so GOOD! ..."
"Wow! This was really good, though I had my skeptical moments. I didn't read thru the recipe properly before I started, so I prepped everything, THEN noticed that I only have a 3qt. crockpot, unlike the 5qt. one used with this recipe. No biggie -- I just cut back on the sweet potato, only used two apples, and half the sauerkraut called for, but..."
"Pretty yummy and easy to make. A different flavor. My husband thought it would be good over mashed potatoes, so that's how we ate the leftovers. He was right. "
"These were great! The rice flour really makes the difference, I think. These were a lot easier to make than I was thinking they would be, and not as messy as other battered food recipes I've tried. Next time I make these, I think I will put more kinds of veggies in. I was thinking peas, sliced okra, grated carrot, and broccoli would work nice..."
"Mmmmmmm... quite tasty. The combination of veggies was great. I thought the sauce was on the salty side and ended up adding a bit more broth and a bit of water. I was a bit wary of it's simplicity, but it was really good--- a teryaki type taste. My husband and I don't eat much beef, and I ususally make sauces like this with chicken stock, so i..."
"This was yummy. An easier version of other Swiss enchilada recipes. I jazzed up the filling with some onion, garlic, anaheim chillis, and broccoli, which turned out quite well. "
"Mmmmm... it's rhubarb season again, and this is a great recipe. It's like any other crisp, but the topping is different, and I like it a lot better than most. It isn't a butter/sugar mix, but more of a crunchy crusty type top. I had a lot of rhubarb to use, so I made two batches of double the recipe and gave most to friends and neighbors. "
"WOW. I can't believe how good this bread is. I thought it was an interesting idea, so I decided to try it out, and I'm glad I did. What a great way to make use of rhubarb. I doubled the recipe and added an over-ripe banana that I had laying around, but other than that followed the recipe to the letter. It was easy to make, and not too time c..."
"A little on the salty side in my poinion. Next time I will reduce the salt. I cut the lemon juice to 1 tsp. on the reccommendation of the reviews before me, but ended up adding some, as it was kinda plain, I thought. It worked out pretty OK overall. I've never made mayo before, so it was pretty satisfying. "
"This was SOOO good! I used fresh garlic (and lots of it) instead of the garlic salt. When the chicken was cooked and the juices from the chicken had mixed with the sauce, I used a turkey baster to collect the sauce and put it in a small sauce pan, and let the chicken crisp up a little inthe oven. While that was happening, I thickened the sauce a..."