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"Yummy!! I used butter instead of the oil. I always add butter on top after I cook them so I thought maybe if I substituted it in the recipe, I wouldn't have to add all that fat later...and I was right!! They had a delicious buttery flavor and they were the perfect sweetness. Cooked up very fluffy too...Thanks!"
"I thought this was pretty good. Closest recipe I have found to restaurant salsa. I did not find it to have an italian flavor and I used mediterranean oregano. I didn't have celery salt or a poblano pepper so I just omitted them. Also didn't have garlic salt so I used 1/4 tsp. garlic powder and 1/4 tsp. salt, but I ended up adding additional sa..."
"This tasted almost identical to the Chili's old cajun pasta. It was from about ten years ago and the one on their menu now is different. I have been searching for this recipe FOREVER. I also used the cajun seasoning from this cite (the one posted by pets'r'us), but it was almost too spicy (and I love spicy) so I would decrease the cayenne just a..."
"Try this recipe instead...1 Cup Flour mixed with 1 tsp Garlic Salt. Add 1 Cup Milk and 1 Scrambled Egg. Dip mushrooms into batter then dip into Panko breadcrumbs. These will get crispy and delicious. Try to find the smallest mushrooms you can."
"Pretty tasty although not identical to Red Lobster. I used about 6 oz. of a cheddar/mozzarella/jack blend and about half of the butter. Turned out well!"
"I used this dough to make a calzone. I stretched the dough out on a greased cookie sheet and let it rise there. After filling it, I put it on a cookie sheet that had corn meal on it and slid it off the cookie sheet into the oven on top of a pizza stone. After it came out of the oven I brushed with oil. This was absolutely delicious! Best calz..."