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"There is an error in the recipe compared to Pioneer Woman's website. She indicates a dark, or Chinese or Asian sesame seed oil which is not the same as 'pure sesame oil". It's a much more highly flavored oil, and if you make the recipe without it you get such a difference.
I made this recipe 1/2 a dozen times for my large family, doubling it...."
Jul 28, 2010 on Food.com
"I made this with half of a really large head of cabbage - finely shredded, 4 cooked chicken breasts, shredded into large pieces, a handful of baby carrots shredded with the cabbagei n the food processor, and the addition of dark sesame oil (1T to our double batch of this recipe. I also added 2 cups of fresh sweet peas, just thawed from the freez..."
Jun 6, 2010 on Food.com
"Red capsicum is red bell pepper - a sweet pepper, not chile. I made it as listed, and seasoned it with seasoning salt, dijon mustard (not bright yellow American mustard and used cheddar cheese (which is what is referred as tasty cheese. Just add some cracked black pepper and salt to taste and this is delicious. Thanks! It was kid friendly too."
Nov 28, 2009 on Food.com
"We loved the flavor. I skipped the marshmallows and added 1 cup of nuts. Now that's how I grew up eating them!"
Sep 30, 2009 on Food.com
"I loved this. I used albacore tuna, in hefty chunks, which added a nice mouth feel to the pasta. I think angelhair is lovely, because it's fine and allows the sauce to coat so nicely.I used 1/2 lb. bacon as suggested, frying a sweet onion with it, and it was so aromatic and delicious that way. I drained a little of the bacon grease off, added..."
Apr 14, 2009 on Food.com
"So far, 5 stars! I modified this for my life and my family. I used Upstate New York venison steak cubes, which are very lean, skipped the parsley because I don't have any and it's 6* outside, and used a drained, 16 oz. bottle of home canned roma tomatoes instead of a can of plum tomatoes. The tomatoes should be equivalent. I'm also not making a..."
Jan 14, 2009 on Food.com
"This is my third batch of these b&b squash pickles. My children and parents keep eating them up! I chunked the vegetables, rather than sliced them. The only substitution I made was using 4 tsp. of pickling spices (mixed instead of the separate 2 and 2 of mustard and celery seeds. They turned out slightly crisp, and fabulously delicious ri..."
Aug 29, 2008 on Food.com
"Delicious. Our family all have colds (but me! so I thought a spicy dish was in order. They're 10 and under, so it couldn't be overly spicy. This fit the bill. I didn't have enough fresh spinach from the garden, so I augmented with a large can of Popeye brand spinach I had no idea what to do with. If it's pureed after being cooked, what's..."
Jun 15, 2008 on Food.com
"I should begin with: I'm not Ethiopian. I made this recipe twice, in one day, this summer, with garden fresh eggplants. I began this recipe, waited 30 minutes to drain off the salty water that accumulated with the bitter juices of the eggplant. It wasn't actually bitter, but that's the principle behind salting it and letting it sit. Then..."
Jan 21, 2008 on Food.com
"My family liked the drumsticks and thighs I cooked in this in the crockpot. Then I reduced the cooking liquid to a glaze. Here's the quickest way to do it: Simmer only until the chicken is tender. Then, pour the sauce into the largest frying pan you have, turn the heat on high, and you will have evaporation in your favor, and it will reduce qui..."
Jan 21, 2008 on Food.com