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Brown Rice
Terrific and easy! While it does take longer than an hour to bake, it is well worth it. This will be in our rotation. I made the following changes- brown rice instead of white, 32oz of beef broth PLUS an extra cup of water, package of lipton's onion soup, sliced mushrooms, cream of mushroom. I sauteed red onion & garlic in evoo. We enjoy our food more flavorful, so I added paprika, herbs de provence, basil, kirkland's(costco) no salt seasoning mix, and a dash kosher salt & fresh ground black pepper. Next time I will nuts and maybe water chestnuts. I cooked it covered in my Pampered Chef covered baker for 1 hr @350 and 30 min @375. I think next time I will baked the dish @375, which I think reduce the time a bit.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 3, 2010
Broccoli Beef I
Great recipe! I will make this one again. I felt the sauce needed some kick, so I added some heat and additional flavor. I added the following to the sauce mixture: oyster sauce, fish sauce, red pepper flakes, chili oil, rice vinegar, chinese five spice, sesane seeds, and sirachi and hoisin sauces. I did not add sugar, but used honey instead. I also added mushrooms and water chestnuts. I used flank steak and marinated in a honey teriyaki marinade (store bought- did not feel like making homemad). I felt the sauce was too watery, but that was probably due to the marinade, so next time I will make less sauce. In order to ensure the flour/sauce mixture was blended well I took a small amout of the sauce mixture in a separate bowl and added the flour to that mixture, then I added the mixture to the larger bowl. Overall, great recipe, and would have been 5 stars had the flavor been more flavorful.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 27, 2010
Sloppy Joes II
Great recipe! New family favorite. I made a few changes based our family's taste. I shredded carrots, added red onion, jalepeno, and chopped garlic. I used ground mustard, but I might also add dijon mustard next time. I also added worchester sauce, red pepper flakes, and cumin. I used tomatoe sauce and bbq sauce instead of ketchup. I did not use sugar. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I vow to never use Manwich again.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 22, 2010

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