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"I have served this to our family and to company and it's always enjoyed and some have requested the recipe. I do puree the garlic and onions. Thanks!"
"My 3 yo boy ate only this all dinner long, and kept saying, "mmm, I love this!" I added one more tablespoon of honey to tame the tanginess of the vinegar (used apple cider vinegar) and add a hint more sweetness. Used honey mustard, omited shallot, omited sunflower seeds, and used 4 small apples, and feta instead of Roq. Great! Thanks."
"Delicious. I used a 2:1 ratio of ground beef to turkey sausage and baked one inch sized meatballs for 17 min at 350. They were a hit!"
""Where did you get this chicken?" my husband asked, sure that it was take-out! The other reviews warned me this would happen. It tastes great. I also did not separately fry the green onions, etc. but threw them in towards the end of the chicken frying. I also didn't need as much oil. I just added more when I saw the level getting low at the bottom..."
"This is our go-to recipe for salmon and many of those I've made it for make it theirs too. I don't put lemon slices on it--I put the actual squeezed juice on it and sometimes make some more available on the side. I omit the onion slices too but use the green onions and puree them into the sauce. I cook it in the oven, skin side up, for around 10-2..."
"This is so good! My 5y, 3y and 18 m old and my husband and I love it. I omit the crust, and use light olive oil instead of corn oil. I use turkey sausage to make it healthier. It reminds me of pizza. I have made this dozens of times now and it's always a hit and a request. I have also frozen it and then cooked it and that works well. It is one of ..."
"This is good. I've made it twice. Make sure you add the full amount of spinach called for or it will be too watery! :) It tastes similar to cream of mushroom soup with spinach and cheese."
"We all love this, including my 4 yo and 2 yo. I have so far only used orowheat original bread--the regular thin slices--and it's been delicious. I save time by not slicing them until after they are done in the oven. I found the individual dipping so time consuming. But if you are using thick bread, it might need it. I also nearly doubled the cinna..."