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"My favorite dish to make is a jambalaya pasta, but it is expensive and takes a long time to make. This recipe is a simple and quick go-to version for when I crave that cajun pasta flavor but don't want to mess with a full-on jambalaya. It's easily made with on-hand ingredients, and you could substitute shrimp for an even faster version. I used hal..."
Jun 12, 2012 on Food.com
"The first one I bit into was like WOW! It tasted very much like Taco Bell's quesadillas, which I love. After that first piece, though, it lost its spice. I think omitting the sugar would make it better, as the background was just too sweet and overtook the spice. I would definitely make these again, and probably use another reviewer's sugestion of..."
Apr 15, 2012 on Food.com
"My garlic turned brown after about three minutes on a much lower heat than the recipe called for. It smelled rather vinegary, but I used it, anyway. The chicken was very good - crisp skin and tender meat - and had good flavor (I just didn't eat the garlic itself. The sauce was excellent, but separated very easily. I often use herbes de provenc ..."
Dec 20, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"My husband loved this dish. It was easy to make and a great use for the bone-in, skin-on chicken breasts that somehow got into my freezer (not a cut I normally buy. I used green bell pepper instead of red because I already had it on hand, it's cheaper, and it offers more color variety since the tomatoes already provide a pretty red. Next time ..."
Dec 17, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"This is extremely sweet, which I love, but I think I'd prefer a lighter taste with a whipped dessert. It took me about an hour to make it (perhaps I got distracted, but it's worth it. Let your chocolate cool a bit and your yolks will not curdle. I like to use this as a cupcake filling, but it's excellent on its own."
Mar 8, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Wow. SOOOO rich. It's a little pricy, but a nice change from the regular homemade icing using shortening. I use it with Giada's Chocolate Chip and Mascarpone Cupcakes and fill them with Tyler Florence's Chocolate Mousse. Death By Chocolate!"
Mar 8, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"I used dried cherries and substituted 1/2 tsp of almond extract for 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract. I got 20 muffins, and it took longer than the given time (closer to 30 minutes. They were light and buttery and did taste good, but they're not earth shattering. I did find them easy to make, and it doesn't take long to make the batter. Ina's video sta ..."
Jan 30, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"I found that my roast was not as tender as I'd hoped, but that may have been my particular cut of meat, my fear of undercooked pork, or my underestimation of carryover cooking. It was easy to make, and the flavors were good. Don't skip the bacon - it really makes the dish! I served it with parmesan garlic mashed potatoes and parmesan broccoli."
Oct 26, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"I doubled this recipe to make two meatloaves, but I only had one can of tomatoes. I found that even with one can for double the recipe, the meatloaf was far too mushy. Next time, I will drain the tomatoes thoroughly or omit them altogether. I also felt it could have used more salt and pepper. That said, it made my house smell amazing and had an ex ..."
Oct 18, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"This chili is not for the faint of heart! I ate it fresh and it was very spicy! I also had it as leftovers, and the spice mellowed out somewhat. My dad said it tastes just like the chili he likes to get at the casino's buffet. I suggest omitting the cayenne if you don't like spicy chili (maybe even use plain tomatoes instead of Rotel. It is very ..."
Oct 13, 2010 on Food.com