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"I didn't mind this, neither did my husband, but its probably not something I would make again or add to our regular rotation. The main reason being the kids weren't fans. As I always say, it was worth a try!"
"A very tasty pasta dish. I agree with other reviewers, it's like alfredo, but with a kick! The sun-dried tomatoes add extra tang and flavour to each mouthful. I saved the leftovers and took them to work the next day. One thing I learned with cream based pasta dishes, and any pasta really, is it is better if you store and reheat the pasta and ..."
"In my opinion this was not as good as a lasagne made using the traditional method. I have had much better lasagnes. Honestly its not that much more difficult to make it properly and the results are worth it. I do love using a crock pot or slow cooker, but not for something like this. Worth a try though."
"I just had my first one, still warm with a cup of tea. Yummy! I did see that a couple of reviewers found them a bit dry, and when mixing my batter I thought it needed a touch more milk, so I added a bit more. I do also find that when making cakes with this much coconut in them you get a different, drier, but dense texture than you do with other ca..."
"The first time I made this I didn't enjoy it as much. I remember the worcestershire was too much for me. The second time I halved the worcestershire and it was much better. A lovely, comforting and enjoyable dish, thank you."
"My child carer gave me some chayote from her garden the other day. I knew I liked them, but had no idea how to cook them so I looked on here and found this recipe. I had everything but the salad seasoning (I haven't heard of that here in Aus) but I made it with a sprinkle of Cajun seasoning instead, and it worked really well! I served it as a..."