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"This is seriously good stuff! A few observations:
Be careful with the liquid smoke, it can easily overpower the dish.
When you simmer the sauce, be careful not too reduce it too much, or it will become a bit too red and "tomato'y". Butter Chicken should be a nice orange color.
Here's a tip I picked up with a Tikka Masalas recipe a..."
"Excellent dish! I find myself craving this randomly throughout the day, lol.
A few things I've noticed:
I find that I need a lot more seasoning than the recipe calls for to coat my chicken pieces. I like to have them smothered in it.
Also, and this is a big one... Not all cajun seasonings are created equal! Some go from ve..."
"I've been eyeballing these recipe for days now, wanting to make it. I had to go a few towns over to get the right style of rice noodles, and even then they were dried -- not fresh.
The dish was great! We absolutely loved it. I didn't have Oyster sauce on me as I thought I had, but I had Thai style Fish Sauce, which worked very well as a sub..."
"This was very good! Very much like what I get in restaurants. The batch I made was a bit too sweet though. The cardamom seemed to be a bit too present, and I halved the chilies, thinking it would be too spicy. That was a mistake! Next time I will use all 6 chilies, a bit less cardamom and maybe only one shallot. Its also worth noting that I ..."
"This was very tasty! We do not have the Red Monkey spices for sale where I live so I had to improvise with the steak seasoning and just replace the others. It turned out a little on the salty side, but that could have been the steak seasoning. Also, after cooking 20 minutes we added some shredded cheese to the top of the crust, and cooked the r..."
"Awesome! Absolutely loved these! I, too am having an issue with the bottom layer sticking. Tried greasing the bottom of my 9x13 pyrex dish, will see if that helps.
Also, butterscotch chips are a pain to melt. They don't melt at the same temp. as the chocolate, so I would use a double boiler method with those two layers to keep them from se..."