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"This is delicious! I used toasted quinoa, and as others suggested I used original Rotel for the tomatoes/bell pepper/chiles. I took it to a potluck and served it along with some gluten-free and organic chips. I will definitely be making this again for my own consumption!"
"This was my first time using quinoa, and I was very happy with the results. I toasted the quinoa first following recipe #16399. I used chicken broth instead of water. The cooking time needed to be extended by about ten minutes because it was still too watery. The end result was delicious and flavorful. I think next time I'll use water instead of b..."
"I made this recently for two different holiday gatherings. Everyone loved it, and they were amazed that I was a newbie at making cheese balls. I had several requests for the recipe, too. I did make several changes based on the comments: I cut the recipe in half, I mixed some bacon into the ball, and I added green onion. Also, the leftovers kep..."
"This is the first Irish soda bread I've ever made, and I was thrilled with how it turned out. I made my own buttermilk for the first time, too. Golden raisins were used instead if standard raisins. The bread cooked on a stone, and just as with some of the other commenters, the inside was not fully cooked yet after 35 minutes. (I tested with a ..."
"I have made this recipe several times now, and it's been wonderful every time. As other commenters suggested, I used the whole lemon - the entire zest in the muffins, and then the juice as well. The muffins taste delightfully fresh and they even look pretty."
"I just ate this for dinner, and I must say I was very pleased. I used chicken tenders and applied dollops of cream cheese along the tops and then wrapped the bacon around it. I don't know if the butter was really necessary because the bacon provided plenty of grease. We won't have enough left to freeze - my husband gobbled all of it up except f..."
"Excellent and easy to make. I took them to a Christmas party. One lady wondered, "Where did she get Girl Scout cookies at this time of year?" They were a huge hit, and people were amazed that Ritz were inside. I used Andes mint chips, did a half-bag batches each time in the microwave. 30 seconds, stir, then 20 seconds more. The dipped cookie..."
"The almond extract adds a slightly different taste than my normal Tollhouse recipe, and the cookies turn out cakey and delicious. They are more "solid" than Tollhouse and would probably travel better without crumbling - but they are still soft and good! It isn't replacing my other recipes, but it's good and worth making again."
"This didn't turn out fabulous, nor was it bad. The flavoring on the pears is fantastic, but the oatmeal didn't bind or crisp very well. As my husband put it, "It tastes like pears and oatmeal, not a pear crisp." Still, it was good and we gobbled it all up, so I can't complain that much! Maybe next time I'll try more flour and butter and fewer ..."