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"Made this last night with large slices of boneless and skinless chicken breasts. I added some fresh crushed garlic and a 1/2 tsp sesame oil and it was fantastic. I might not use the pepper next time (personal choice) but this definitely going to be made again!"
"Wonderful! It was a big hit with my guy. He loves Snickerdoodle cookies and thought this would be great for a change. Followed the recipe as written and the only changes I would make next time is a little less sugar/cinnamon mix or distribute it through out the cake in spoonfuls as you pour the wet mix into the bundt pan and to shorten the baking ..."
"Warmed the belly and easy to make. I added some chopped cooked bacon to the meat layer as well as 2 cloves of garlic (life is too short for anything minus garlic and bacon). I also only used half the onion required (next time I will chop it into WAY smaller pieces since the b/f is picky about onions). I used the suggested mushroom soup because w..."
"I can't believe I have not reviewed this recipe! Talk about AMAZING :) I made these for a change of pace and they were a huge hit last thanksgiving with my family. I used real bacon bits but followed your recipe as written. They are addictive and not too rich."
"Just what I have been looking for! I had to use frozen strawberries, doubled the recipe, and it turned out wonderfully. Cordial recipes without adding acids is hard to find. Perfect for me who has to keep to an acid free/low acid diet.Thank you!"
"Suggestions (this is not a review) Maybe add a little sugar. Or try one or more of the following would make it tastierChopped:OnionsGarlicGreen PepperCorned Beef (a friend of mine would take the leftovers and make corn fitters)Real Bacon bitsGreen OnionsGrated Cheese"
"I don't know if you can get this outside of Southern California, but Wilson's Creek Almond Champagne sounds like a perfect fit to use for this recipe and omit the extract."
"This salad really WOW's people. I made a double batch for a bridal shower and it was a hit. For the dressing I also added a teaspoon of dried roasted garlic chips, and a teaspoon of onion powder. I think you could switch this up a bit to make an asisan style salad by adding rice wine vinegar in place of the red wine vinegar and perhaps a teaspo..."
"Oh boy I made these last Christmas for my baked goods gift trays and they were a big hit. I doubled the recipe and there didn't seem to be enough of the butter/marshmallow/peanut butter stuff to bind everything together but they turned out fine (a little smashed up but tasted great). Next time, I will make in 2 separate batches. Sorry it took s..."
"I have been looking for a recipe for this for awhile. The directions were easy to follow and it took no time at all to put together. I made a few changes:used 1 tbsp of black ground pepper and 1 tbsp of white ground pepper and added roasted garlic flakes and garlic powder to the breading mix. After assembling everything I discovered I was out ..."