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"These were perfect for the night I had a evening meeting at school. I made up a batch and divided it into three individual crusts instead of two. I prepped all of the toppings and left it with baking instructions. By the time I got home the family had eaten and they loved their individual made to order pizzas. Unfortunately, there were no lefto..."
"My family likes the old 1950's standby - canned red salmon patties. I usually serve them with lemon wedges but decided to try a lower fat tartar sauce. This was excellent tartar sauce, every bit as good as the full fat versions. I didn't have any shallots in the vegetable bin but finely minced green onion made a good substitution. Thank you!"
"This was excellent. I read all of the asparagus beef recipes and this one stood out even though it didn't have the highest rating. Hoisin sauce, red pepper flakes, sesame oil and lots of garlic always guarantee a great dish with lots of flavor. The family all said, "This one's a keeper!" I substituted fresh chow mein noodles for the ramen noodle..."
"This was perfect (I had everything I needed to avoid a trip out in the weather). I'm looking forward to trying it again when I can use the grill outdoors. I served it with the Jasmine Rice w/Carmelized Green Onions (#170604) and the family all agreed the dinner was a winner. I cooked it just the time indicated and will reduce the time by a minu..."
"I found the taste of the baking soda to be a little strong. When I put the sauce on the chicken it actually foamed a bit. Fortunately, the acid in the sauce neutralized much of the baking soda taste. Has anyone tried it with less than a teaspoon of baking soda? Visually it was beautiful and looked as if it had been fried but we did not care for..."
"This is perfect hummus and can be flavored in so may different ways. I replace the canned chickpeas with 3/4 cup dried and cooked chickpeas. Soak them overnight and simply simmer for 1 hour. The result tastes alittle nuttier and the texture is "fluffy" if prepared in a food processer with some of the cooking liquid."
"This bread is perfect. I grabbed my box of Zoom yesterday afternoon and the recipe on the box was a cookie recipe, Yikes! I was certain that I would find it here and I thank you for posting it. By dinner time we had a lovely loaf of fresh bread to go with our soup."