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"This is my "go to" recipe for whenever I find London broil on sale. The only thing I do differently is to use low-sodium soy sauce. Perfect every time."
"Wonderful dish. Served it to the family and everyone requested that I make it again. Did not have any vermouth so used cooking wine instead. It was still very nice. This would be a good dish for company. I doubled the recipe and froze the leftovers, they turned out great too!
I look forward to tyring it with the vermouth next time."
"Just finished making these for the second time and they seem to get better each time I make them. First made them for Thanksgiving brunch and they were the most popular dish of the morning! Not a single one left. The first time I made them I used regular vegetable spray to coat the pan. I did have issues with crumbling then. This time I used ..."
"If I could give more than 5 stars I would! This is the easiest, best tasting way to make grilled chicken. I have made this many times and it ALWAYS tastes great. Thanks for a wonderful time-saving recipe."
"Very Good. Thanks Diet It Up for submitting this refreshing pasta salad. Since I used grape tomatoes, I found that I needed 1 and 3/4 cups of tomatoes to have enough to complete the ratio of pasta, cheese and tomatoes. Also, I personally love fresh basil and will add more next time I make this."
"Wow, this is fabulous! I made a few changes to suit my personal tastes and it was still an absolute winner. My changes included: using ciabatta bread, using portabella mushrooms, and omitting the black olives. I also made a different sauce by heating red pepper flakes in olive oil, draining, and then mixing with prepared ranch dressing. The be..."
"EASY,EASY,EASY and tastes great too! Cleanup is a breeze. The only suggestion I can make is to put more spices on the salmon before the asparagus is added."
"What a treat to get a low fat version of an old favorite! Thanks Brooke it was gone before I knew it! The only problem I had was that the food processor took away the typical chunkiness of the traditional version of this dip. I will definitely make again, but next time will experiment without the food processor."
"Nice cake! Very light and chocolaty, but unlike the other reviewer, did not seem extremely moist. Made with the perfect chocolate frosting which gave it the moistness I desired."
"This was the first hummus recipe I have ever made. It turned out quite good and I even got some professed "hummus haters" to admit that it was pretty good. I did make the recipe as written (I only used 1/4 tsp cayenne) and some said it was too spicy, but not me!"