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"I don't eat mushrooms but I made these for a recent gathering and everyone raved about them. I used a spicy bulk italian sausage and 1 package of cream cheese. I also added some parmesan cheese and a small amount of bread crumbs. I put melted butter in the bottom of the pan before baking, and added a little more over the top. Super easy!"
"Finally, pork chops that aren't dry and boring! I didn't have brown gravy mix so I substituted onion soup mix and it worked out great. Will definitely make this again."
"This was really good! While the pasta was boiling, I made the dressing. When it was done, I poured the pasta right in so that it could absorb all the flavors and I could adjust the seasonings if necessary. While that was chilling, I prepared the veg so they were ready to be added when the orzo was cold. Very nice, light side dish."
"Excellent! I had 6 chicken breasts so I increased the amount of Cumin to 1 T and added the same amounts of cardamom and chili powder. I also used yellow onion instead of scallions (personal preference) and added the juice of 1 lemon. I cut the chicken up for skewers and marinaded it for a little over an hour. Grilled with red and orange peppers..."
"This is how my mom always made ham. 1 can of Dr. Pepper, followed by the other ingredients. You really can't go wrong with this recipe, or make it any easier."
"This is by far, our favorite marinade for flank steak. The OP stated that the orange flavor was a bit much, but this is easily adjusted to personal preferences. I have used this recipe many times with success. Ihave even used it for salmon, and again, it was great."
"These were delicious! I reduced the amount of sugar to about 1/2 a cup for the filling and 1/4 for the topping and it was plenty sweet for us. I also spread some blackberry jam on the base underneath the cream cheese layer. Hot or cold, they were great but Ithink I prefer them warm."
"This was delicous and very easy. I doubled the recipe, left out the white beans, and used chicken stock rather than water. I also used ras el hanout (from recipe #137530), rather than the garam masala. I garnished with lemon and plain yogurt which gave the perfect balance of spicy, creamy, sour. Love this soup!"
"This was good and my family did like it, but I thought the flavors were too strong by themselves and needed to be tamed by rice. I did reduce the vinegar and add brown sugar but it was a bit much for me. I prefer a similar flavor recipe: #137530 by French Tart."
"Very nice way to add a little something to baked sweet potatoes. Don't be afraid of the cayenne - it doesn't make the potatoes spicy at all, it's just another element of flavor. I added brown sugar to the mixture as another reviewer suggested. I think next time I will also add some cumin and see how that tastes."