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"This is truly a very good fried rice recipe, like a really good take out. I added fresh, chopped hot peppers, garlic and more onions to suit my family's taste. Also, mixed rice with brown rice to add some nutrition. Hope the batches frozen will taste just a great as the first unfrozen batch did. This satisfied our taste for the takeout that we ..."
Sep 13, 2008 on Food.com
"Very good recipe but too blank for my family who family loves spicy and fresh produce. I modified the sauce by adding finely chopped fresh garlic, onions and used hot italian sausage. The sauce was great. I also added 1 cup of the meat sauce to the cheese filling for the manicotti. This is a keeper."
Sep 6, 2008 on Food.com
"EXCELLENT! Best recipe for shortbread that I have ever made in my 50 years of cooking. Rich, tender, light, wonderful!!! I don't know why people can think angle food cake can make a good strawberry shortcake - this is like the rich homemade shortcakes made with fresh milk, butter, etc. back in the early 1950's."
Jun 10, 2008 on Food.com
"This is a fantastic keeper! My husband is super critical about food but he LOVED this recipe. Since we love hot, spicy food I did finely chopped jalepeno peppers, lots of chopped fresh garlic and bread crumbs instead of matzo meal. Really unusual for hubby, he ate a couple of cold leftover patties for his lunch next day. Totally unheard of!!!"
Jun 7, 2008 on Food.com
"I used my left over turkey to make this recipe and my very pickey husband loved these dumplings. This is definitely a keeper in my house. Thanks, LipsLaRue"
Dec 23, 2004 on Food.com