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This was a great recipe - the chopping and prep is worth it. As written, the recipe is mild - if you want more flavor, add more mustard or soy. We especially loved the biscuit topping.
Mmmm...really delicious. Mine had had a lot more gravy compared to the photo. My only change was to add fresh green beans. I may add another cup of mushrooms next time. Loved the biscuit topping. This meal even please my meat loving husband. I made the filling a couple days before assembling and think I would do that again, just to let the flavors develop. Thanks for posting the recipe.
Wonderful recipe!!!!! My new favorite.
Oh my goodness my family loved this recipe. It is delicious. I did leave out the thyme and marjoram and varied the veggies to what I had on hand. This is easy to make too. Thanks for the recipe.
Another great recipe from Moosewood. I used the veg I had on hand: golden beets, broccoli, potatoes, carrots, green garbanzos, and cauliflower along with the onions and mushrooms. I ended up needing to add salt at the table. I was dubious about the mustard, but added it anyway. Glad I did. I used the rosemary ground into the biscuits, which was a wonderful flavor touch.
Ohhh yum! So good and versatile too. I used potatoes, kabocha squash, green beans, and carrots as my veggies in the same amounts as the listed ones. For the biscuits I added the 1 tsp of dill into the batter and then sprinkled even more on top. Lovely comfort food. Thanks for posting, charlened [Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup]
This is comfort food at its best, and we're so glad to have this recipe. When I make it, I use 16 oz. baby bella mushrooms, omit the parsnip (they're not available here often), and instead of green peas and corn, I use a 1-lb. bag of frozen mixed veggies. I also use a vegetarian chicken broth for the stock, and cut back on the salt. Then for the biscuit topping, I use rosemary right in the dough instead of the dill, like some other reviewers. Thanks for posting this wonderful family-pleasing recipe!
I make this a few times and love throwing in extra veggies. I exclude the mushrooms (husband's request) and add another vegetable into the mix. Yesterday, I used brussel sprouts. I also use vanilla yogurt in the biscuit and add the dill right into the mixture rather than sprinkling it in on top.
I thought this was just ok and it was very labour intensive. I wasn't a fan of the biscuit.. but my husband liked it. I liked the veggie part of it especially with all the baby bella mushrooms I added.
Excellent! Made this for Christmas dinner... the only change was to add a cup of fresh green beans cut into bite-size pieces when I added the potatoes/carrots/parsnips. Great flavor and very filling. The biscuit topping was great... and I added the dill to the biscuit mix, rather than sprinkling on top, as suggested by one reviewer. I used baby 'bellas (one 8oz pkg = 4 cups). We'd never had parsnips before but enjoyed them. Only thing I might change/do differently next time is add a cup or so of broccoli florets... I love my green veggies, don't you know! A lot of prep work but I recruited help. I may try a half- or quarter-recipe just for myself. Thanks for posting such a wonderful recipe, CharleneD!