Member since Apr 2010
"This recipe takes ordinary ingredients and turns them in to an elegant, "special occasion" dish. Served with pork for dinner and my husband loved it. Even better yet, I served the leftovers cold as a side dish with a frittata and it was even better!! Two great dishes in one! "
"Wonderful alternative to "boring" steamed rice. I also used dried thyme and it was fine. Onions sauteed approximately 20-25 minutes and rice takes 11-12 minutes. Next time I will cut the recipe in half because it makes enough for a large crowd."
"This recipe does not meet the standards of the Food Network. All that could be tasted was the heat of the chipotle; there was absolutely no flavor. The combination of the ingredients does not work at all. After the money and time to make this dish, it was thrown out as it was unfit to serve. ""
"Good recipe but you can increase its rating from a 4 to 5 star by adding a cup of coursely chopped walnuts to the crumble - just as Ina Garten does in her Plum Crisp. I made with apricots and blackberries and it was delicious. Next time I will add more flour so the filling isn't so watery. "