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"The meat is good, a tiny tiny bit dry, but it's still very yummy. And the onion sauce with the juices is my favorite food since today. The combination is more than anything in the earth, the salty meat and the sweet onions...wow. I blended the onions a little, not much. I can't stop eating, I have to wait for my husband and I can't stop. I co..."
May 9, 2008 on Food.com
"We really enjoyed it. I added some soy sauce to give a little more salt to bring out some of the flavor that was missing at first.I'll definitely make it again!!"
May 5, 2008 on Food.com
"They are just like packed potato chips!! I seasoned with onion powder and salt. The only problem I had is that I cut them very very thin and they sticked to the plate, so they broke when I tried to pull them off. I guess I should use more oil.Thank you!!"
May 4, 2008 on Food.com
"DELICIOUS and so light!! I steamed the cauliflower so it wouldn't lose the vitamins in the boiling process. I added some nutmeg also and roasted the garlic. I'm eating it (yes, right now with fish. Thanks for sharing!!"
May 1, 2008 on Food.com
"I'm argentinian and have to confess that I use this recipe too. It's the original chimi churri, as simple as this."
Apr 26, 2008 on Food.com
"I made a taco party and the refried beans were the hit. I used half of the quantities and used a little less than 1 can of lager beer. I made them 5 hours before the guests came, so about every hour I put some water into them so they wouldn't dry. I mashed them with a fork, and added ground cumin, that's what gives the mexican flavor. Oh, I used ..."
Dec 15, 2007 on Food.com