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"Made this for Thanksgiving - giving. Divided the recipe into two pumpkin-shaped foil pans -- the kind they sell for Jack-o-lantern cakes -- and had enough filling left over for a third. First time I've had an argument over who gets the baked goods!"
"I've been using this recipe for years. I vary the filling by using a one pound bag of frozen mixed vegetables -- like the oriental mix or the winter mix -- rinsed, with two cups of the shredded cheese of the day, with or without some kind of meat, maybe some green chili or chopped olive ... you get the idea. Baked in a deep dish quiche pan. It alw..."
"Although I haven't used it over an open fire yet, which is generally where I use foil packets, I have used the basic recipe, plus balsamic vinegar, after sweating the eggplant and zucchini with salt. It was the hit of the evening. even the people who at first wouldn't try it because they hate eggplant, were coming back for seconds once someone con..."
"This recipe gave me the clues I needed to take off and get the job done! I cooked jasmine brown rice in the microwave instead of the vegetables, because that's how I prefer my rice; browned the sausage (I used smoked turkey sausage, as suggested on another recipe); added the onions; used frozen soup vegetables which include okra and all the veggi..."
"This is just what I was looking for! It came out creamy and chocolaty with the right hint of cinnamon. My hispanic friends make it all the time, but I can never get the recipe out of them. I've tried a few others here on the zaar, but this one has the taste I've been seeking!"
"This was just what I was looking for! I only substituted 1/2 cup coconut milk for the yogurt because of lactose problems, but it was just like the lamb vindaloo they make at my favorite Indian restaurant when I ask for MILD. I almost left out the chili, but I figured we could handle a little in a good sized recipe, and I was right! It got rave rev..."
"Finally! a recipe more like more grandmother would make, but adapted to use canned sauce! A recipe I can live with! Tasted great, too. This one's a keeper."
"I brown my beef (or substitute ground turkey) and onions in the microwave in a pan with a colander. I can use the cheapest ground beef and easily get out all the fat, since I'm using spices anyways I don't need to fry the fat in for flavor. It's fast -- 6 minutes per pound in the average micro. and you can through all the disgusting guck away inst..."