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"I really liked this recipe. Never thought about putting mint into tzatziki and will admit I was skeptical but now I will ALWAYS use mint. I also didn't use Greek yogurt just a thick balkan and I also didn't bother draining it through the cheese cloth. With regard to the cucumber I just grated it and squeezed it dry as best i could with my hands..."
Jun 5, 2011 on Food.com
"I think I overcooked it, I added the oil to the dried ingredients instead of the wet, I added the vanilla to the boiling mixture instead of adding after I removed it from the heat, I didn't have enough almonds and I had too many oats and it was STILL awesome!!!! Imagine how good it will be when I pay attention next time. Not sure if any of the ab..."
Apr 28, 2010 on Food.com
"I originally would have given this 4 stars as it was very yummy but not out of this world...BUT...I got peckish in the evening and had a slice of this quiche COLD and it became outstanding to me. Both times I have made this dish I have doubled the recipe (thereby using a full package of frozen spinach and froze it for later. Very easy and delic..."
Apr 5, 2010 on Food.com
"Great recipe! Served with garlic chicken and a fresh baget. 1/2 the dressing recipe easily fed 2 people when made as the main course. I made extra so am waiting to see how well it keeps and will update. Used anchovy paste instead of filets and FYI 1 filet is equal to 1/2 tsp of the paste."
Nov 10, 2009 on Food.com
"I'm giving this 5 stars because my husband absolutely loved it. I personally found it a bit spicy but that is personal preference and I think could be adjusted to taste. I also agree that it took far longer than the recipe states and that was even with my husband doing the meat portion and me preppring the rest. BUT it was by far the most authe..."
Nov 9, 2009 on Food.com
"yum, yum, yummy! So good - I see that one reviewer said that this recipe worked well with butter. I used shortening, but would rather use butter because of the trans fat in the shortening. Will try that next time. thanks for the great cookie recipe that reminded me of something my grandmother used to make. Update - have made these a few times sin..."
Oct 27, 2009 on Food.com
"I've made this many times already but keep forgetting to rate it. I love this recipe - the hardest part is getting all the spices mixed up so I made up a whole batch of fajita spices so the marinade goes together so quickly now."
Oct 13, 2009 on Food.com
"Wow! Followed pretty much as directed except that I didn't have lemon so I used limes (didn't have enough to add zest to the icing but I didn't miss it at all - the juice was enough. Also I only had one loaf pan so I used a 3 QT casserole dish and made it like a snack cake. This was THE BEST lemon/lime loaf recipe I havae ever tried. I also poked..."
Sep 19, 2009 on Food.com
"I loved this recipe. I probably should only give it a 4 though because my husband wasn't wild about it, but it was probably because of some changes I made. I chopped the tomato up and I think that made the crust a bit watery, and because I didn't use crescent rolls (I used individual flatbreads, I didn't think I needed to crisp it up ahead of t..."
May 16, 2009 on Food.com
"I've made this 3 times since I discovered it about 2 months ago. Someone gave us a huge zucchini from there garden so I was on the hunt for some zucchini recipes, as I don't usually know what to do with squash. This was so yummy. Once change was that I used bread rolls (and subsequently, used some leftover garlic bread instead of toast. I also ad..."
Dec 22, 2008 on Food.com