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Sunday, Mar 23, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
“I've made this a few times and its become one of my families favorite. Broccoli, asparagus, red peppers were added to the green beans and I used chipotle chiles and maple syrup instead of honey. The sauce is delicious! Shaved beef is as good as the chicken. Great basic recipe to be used with any protein. ”
Wednesday, Nov 13, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
“I made this last night and everyone loved it, adults as well as kids. The green beans were still tender crisp and the sauce was delicious. Very easy to make and my family all agreed they would enjoy this dish again. ”
Reviewed Cipollini Onion and Fennel Pot Roast
Sunday, Nov 10, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
“This is my husband's new favorite pot roast. I used fresh tarragon in place of fresh thyme and it paired so well with the fennel flavor. The meat is so tender and juicy and rich with flavor from the vegetables and sherry. The blended gravy is just delicious. This dish is so easy and makes a hearty meal which will get you rave reviews from your... ”
"Very tasty! This hearty dish reminds me of a meat lovers pizza. Any man's favorite dinner. My husband and dad raved about it. It whips up in a short time. I did add a 14 oz can of fire roasted tomatoes which I would do again, it gave it more of a 'tomatoey' body. The polenta is my favorite starch and it pairs so well with the flavorful chile. O"
"I've made this twice and it is always a big hit! I like to use broken pasta, it gives it a buttery, nutty flavor. My husband who isn't a fan of butternut gobbled it up. Alot of great flavors and delicious all together,"
"We had this dish last night and it was a big hit! The quinoa and veggies made it a salad and side dish rolled into one. It makes quite a bit and the leftovers were good cold. I did squeeze fresh lemon over the top which I would do again. A great recipe to introduce the family to the super food quinoa."
"It was very good! I used whole wheat noodles and fat free half and half for the cream sauce. It tastes very rich and creamy. Love the crunchy, buttery, cheesy panko topping I also made a small casserole and took it to a neighbor. It carries well.""
"This was so delicious! Had to make it as soon as it was aired. The polenta is so creamy and sweet in place of the noodle and the chorizo really packs a ton of flavor. This is my family's new favorite lasagna. Thanks again Guy!!""
"This was so delicious! Had to make it as soon as it was aired. The polenta is so cremy and sweet in place of the noodle and the chorizo really packs a ton of flavor. This is my family's new favorite lasagna. Thanks again Guy!!""
"This is definitely worth making. I have my "stand-by" meatloaf recipe that my family loves but this one is our new favorite! It's moist & flavorful with that spicy kick. We all went back for seconds. ""
"So delicious...loved the gooey cheese. It cooled off our palate from the hot & spicy chipotle peppers. We followed the recipe by poaching the chicken & wouldn't change it. It's a great one-pot dinner for a chilly night.""
"This is definitely worth making. i have my "stand-by" meatloaf recipe that my family loves but this one is our new favorite! It's moist & flavorful with that spicy kick. We all went back for seconds. "
"My husband & I saw this on TV this morning and our taste buds were whetted! It's a relatively simple recipe to make with ingredients found in the pantry. Manicotti shells may be the only thing to run to the store for. In the sausage mixture, I did substitute spinach for the peas which turned out fine. We had company over and everyone loved the dish. It is a true comfort food. The mixture of melted cheese, marinara, basil, pasta and sausage is so delicious. We all went back for seconds! Thank you Giada...you never let us down."