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"Super amazing! I made it for my husband's birthday party and everyone raved about it until it was completely gone. I now make at all gatherings and its always the hit! You can't really go wrong with using these ingredients, however I changed the amounts to fit my taste. I used 6 tomatillos which blended up to be about 2 cups, 2 avocados fo ..."
Aug 25, 2012 on Cooking Channel
"The burgers were very moist and tasty. However, I left out the sage because I didn't have it and it still tasted more like a breakfast sausage than a dinner burger. I will probably sub the thyme for some other spice next time and continue to use the milk, panko and egg. I even used 93% lean meat and it wasn't any bit dry! "
Apr 5, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"I tried this dough today and it was great! I didn't know what temp to bake at so I guessed and did 485 degrees for approx 17 minutes. I used the whole batch and spread out on a large cookie sheet (about 18" long. The crust was soft and almost fluffy. It had more air in it which I loved. I also needed a new sauce recipe so I tried an 8 oz can ..."
Jan 16, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Very delicious fresh!! I made these and original hot wings and these were the hit! However, re-heated they were not so great. The butter becomes more oily and it loses a lot of the overall flavor. They aren't good for you by any means but certainly delicious. I didn't have onion salt so I used 1/2 tsp of salt and that worked just fine. I'll ..."
Jan 18, 2010 on Food.com