By Dancer^ on November 28, 1999
Serving Size: 1 (289 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"easy to make and tasty! I'm assuming the Tony Who-ever's seasoning is a type of cajun seasoning. I just used the cajun seasoning I had in my cupboard & it tasted yummy! (Let me know if I'm wrong, please!!)"
"Yum! Made this tonight with some beef tips. At first I thought maybe the recipe was missing "water" as an ingredient since I couldn't figure out what I was supposed to "bring to a boil". Who'd a thought those mushrooms and tomatoes would make that much liquid? LOL. I was a might heavy handed with the Chachere's....but ooooh weee! It sure was good. Thanks for a new keeper, Dancer!"
"This was really yummy. But most things seasoned with Tony Chachere's are :) my hubby loved it. thanks for another great recipe."
"This was very good. The only complaint I might have is that I had no idea how much seasoning to use... I have no idea what Tony Chachere's Seasoning is so I used some cajun seasoning I had on hand and just eyeballed it. Anyway it turned out great."
"Made this for my family and they loved it. So I made some for my friends and added extra creole seasoning for more spice. Great quick recipe."
"Delicious! It is now a staple in my family's menu. I served with Whole Grain rice instead of white, and it was great!"
"easy! i never made dinner by myself before and this was the first thing i made- it was simple and very good! i mixed the rice in to make it heartier, but it s not a must."