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"Delicious! Loved the simplicity of ingredients and use of fresh salmon instead of canned. Topped it with hollandaise sauce for nice Saturday breakfast."
"Delicious and easy! Substituted diced carrots for bell pepper and added some beef broth, red wine, ground black pepper, and red hot. I sauteed the onion and carrots for a bit before adding the beef. Thanks for posting...we'll make it again soon."
"Easy and delicious! I used about a jar-and-a-half of sauce in a 2.5 quart saucepan. The meatballs were pretty snug so I'd suggest a bit wider pot. I had to push them down in, which broke them up a bit but didn't detract from the taste."
"Delicious casserole and so easy! I baked it at a higher temperature as the other reviewer suggested and it came out great (325 - 350 degrees). This is a nice change from the usual chicken-rice casseroles."
"Quick, easy, and tasty! I followed the recipe, but added some sauerkraut when I added the kielbasa. It turned out great and my kids liked it too. FYI - I used red potatoes and they took quite a bit longer to cook once simmering (I kept adding time in 5 minute increments). Just be sure to allow a little extra time, if necessary. Great dish!"
"I added celery, carrots, and clams, and replaced the water with chicken broth and the milk with half-and-half. Maybe some bacon grease was added for flavor since butter wasn't included, but who knows for sure. I think I'd omit the corn since it made it more of a corn chowder feel than seafood chowder, but good none-the-less. Cook the ..."
"For a lighter version of alfredo sauce, this was good. I used 2% milk and about twice the butter and flour. I just added milk sporadically every few minutes as the sauce thickened while I was preparing the rest of the meal. A cream-based alfredo often tastes too rich. This was a nice alternative."
"I used red snapper and only covered the bottom of the pan to fry the fillets. Still, the fish was too greasy even after placing on paper towels. However, everything else was fantastic. I served black bean and corn salsa salad as a side. The only other issue we had was that we couldn't stop eating!"
"Very easy but delicious! I used a can of diced tomatoes with chilies and omitted the jalapenos. It had a perfect amount of bite for us but was a bit spicy for the kids. Next time I'd drain some of the juice from the tomatoes, since it was slightly too watery. Served it as a side dish with fish tacos."