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"Yum! I must have had really big potatoes, because I needed to use 3 cups of broth to cover them and cook. To compensate, I reduced the milk to 1 1/2 cups. I didn't have celery so I diced two carrots, and I also had to add more salt. Oh, I used pepper jack cheese because we like a kick...that was great. I think next time, I will use more onion, and..."
"Hm... afraid I didn't have such a good experience as the other reviewers. I thought there was too much soy sauce, not enough lime. I will go for something simpler and lighter next time."
"YUM. My husband dislikes sweet carrot dishes so I was looking for an interesting, savory way to fix carrots. This was perfect. I added 1/2 teaspoon coriander and cut back on the paprika, since I only had hot paprika and was afraid of overkill. Unfortunately I didn't have any fresh lemons around, so I used about one and a half tablespoons of bottle..."
"So I actually used the technique described in Recipe 171221, and rather than sprinkling the omelet with cheese as it cooked, filled it (after it was finished) with dollops of ricotta and sauteed veggies... then folded it and slid it onto the plate. But from this recipe, I borrowed the use of chicken broth, and it was amazing! I think the omelets w..."
"Five stars for this technique. Wow-- I had never used a hot enough pan, and didn't know that you were supposed to stir the eggs when you first poured them in. My omelets turned out beautifully. I made one with three eggs, and one with two. As per Omelet Recipe 168129, I added a bit of chicken broth to the beaten eggs, and filled the finished omele..."
"Oh my gosh! Amazingly easy and quick. I used 1/2 cup whole wheat and 1/4 cup unbleached white. Filled these with vanilla yogurt and sliced peaches."