I really didn't like this recipe. I made it trying to use up my leftover Thanksgiving turkey. My three kids and husband however did enjoy this. Maybe it is because I am so accustomed to regular sloppy joes.
This was the first time I've ever brined a turkey and I used this recipe for my Thanksgiving turkey. This was the best turkey I've ever had and I won't ever, ever cook a turkey without brining again. The turkey was so moist and everyone gave it rave reviews.
ok so I changed what I said I was going to with this and it was really great. I am also going to use the sauce to put with chicken for a party this weekend. Thanks
yummy this was so good
I am looking forward to trying this even though i will have to change it up some. I cant eat the flour or breadcrumbs so i will replace it with a almond flour and then an almond meal so it will become Paleo friendly. Thanks
this is a pretty good soup. i used chicken broth as i had no vegetable on hand. i also cut the peanut butter to 1/2 a cup and found it strong enough of a flavor, also it cut the fat down which made it lower in calories.
loved the flavor and will make again and again. thanks for this recipe.
This stir fry was good but somewhat unseasoned. I added some sriracha (garlic chili sauce) and a tablespoon of brown sugar to add a bit more flavor to it, which I think helped drastically. Overall I was pretty pleased with this dish.
This turned out wonderfully. I didn't have panko (wish I did) crumbs, so I substituted generic bread and cracker crumbs. The chicken was extremely tender and juicy, and the breading was nice and crispy. I will definitely be making this again!
Irving, I understand how to use this recipe...my all time favorite recipe is for Mrs. Field's Blue Ribbon Chocolate Chip Cookies...you should try it, because they are delicious straight from the oven or even once they've cooled off... tinyurl.com/6ayeaf7
Thanks for the tips...Shelley...
This is one of the most amazing soups I have ever had. The coconut milk adds a wonderful underlying flavour to the soup, and the jalapeno adds a nice subtle zing. Thanks for sharing!
Good recipe. I cooked up 3 pork chops based on the recipe. The first time I made it they were overdone, so I check them at 30minutes next time.
More apples is also a good idea, as it makes a nice applesauce topping for the pork.
These are tasty!
My husband's favorite.
Put a stick in to make cakepops.
Noticed there is no indication of how much pork you need for this recipe.
I felt the directions were a little vague and the flavour a little lacking. In the future I would add some more vegetables (tomatoes) and up the spices.
Great recipe. The combination of flavours was amazing, and the creamy goat cheese went very nicely with all the spice!
My wife found the dish too spicy (she likes things moderately spicy), so in the future I would probably cut the red pepper flakes in half.
Love this and cant wait to eat it over and over.
Loved these, I decided to add a little spice with some cayenne pepper. My hubby is one that hates veggies and he even said how great this was.
@ Pu erh tee
it's christmas pudding, it is eaten only once a year
This looks like a really yummy recipe! Although I wish there'd be a way to reduce the ingredients a bit, it's quiet a lot of stuff that's needed. But I'll safe it for a special occasion :-)
This isn't a recipe! Why do people post this kind of sh!t?