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Sunday, Mar 9, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
“Very good, a little labor intensive but worth it. Based on previous reviews I didnt add any salt and it tasted great. There was enough from the sausage and the cheese. Might try to make the cheese sauce with Parmesan next time for different flavor. ”
Reviewed Trisha's Chicken Tortilla Soup
Sunday, Oct 27, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
This is what my husband said after he had one bite of this. This soup is amazing. I took viewers advise and added small can of diced green chilies and instead of salsa I used 1 can fire roasted tomatoes. This makes alot of soup! Will make this soup again and again. ”
"Made this last night for dinner and loved it! I use bacon instead of panchetta The written recipe says to cook the shallots, garlic and zucchini at the same time however I cooked the shallot and garlic first then added the zucchini and added s&p. This recipe is a keeper."
"Made this last week and it was a HIT! Everyone loved it. I made a side of pasta as there was so much sauce. I also had plenty of leftover stuffing so I used in some stuffed mushrooms. I did use prosciutto instead of panchetta as I prefer it more. The key is to plan ahead and do all the prep work you can so when your ready to sear the meat an"
"Made this last night and the family loved it. The chewy nutty grain is so different and good. Hard to find though. I recommend you call ahead to save yourself some driving around. I found it at a high end grocery store. This receipe is a keeper. It makes alot. I recommend cutting it in half if just for a few people
"Just made these and they are delicious! I didnt even get to the glaze part and they were awesome. So easy to make too.""
I made this last night but instead of egg plant I used 3 large zuchinnis as I do NOT like egg plant. The ricotta mixture was delicious! I also made my own sauce as I wanted a meat sauce instead. This is a keeper.""
"Made this the other night and really enjoyed it. I used the poor mans saffron; turmeric. It worked out well just use a little bit. I looked into the saffron but it was TOO expensive. I also used chicken stock instead of vegetable as that's what I had on hand.
I will make this again. I just love watching the show!""
"The family loved it! Will be making this again. I used honey as I did not have agave nectar. I couldn't find fried rice noodles so I use Chow Mein Noodles. I thought they socked up to much of the liquid so I would prefer to put them on top rather then mix them in next time.""
"I have made this two ways. Once with the water as Nigella says and the second time used chicken stock and like it much better. I also added some black pepper. This is great on a cold day. Be very careful when you put in blender as mine went everywhere even with a towel on the lid.( Not sure of the dos and don'ts for hot liquid in a blender)""
"Delicious. I was given a similar receipe about 10 years ago, before Food Network and the only difference was adding 1 onion. Chop it small and saute with the butter till soft, cool then add to the rest of the mix. Just adds more flavor.""
"Made this the other night and really enjoyed it. I used the poor mans saffron; tumeric. It worked out well just use a little bit. I looked into the saffron but it was TOO expensive. I also used chicken stock instead of vegetable as thats what I had on hand.
I will definatley make this again. I just love watching the show!""
"Delicious! Made this today for hubby and I and loved them. I did not buy the Manchego as it was very expensive, so I just used swiss cheese. I will deffintely make again but will splurge on the Manchego. (Guyere would also work.)""