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"I went creative with this one, based on what I have in my fridge. We didnt have any spring onion or oregano around (both our herb plants died when our garden was flooded, and replaced them with leek, parsley, chopped almond and alittle chopped garlic! It was so yummy with a mediterranean flavour. The chopped almond gave it a complementary crunch ..."
Jan 9, 2011 on Food.com
"One of the best fish recipe I tried! And I have tried lots! Unforgettable sauce to go with my red snapper fillets. I didnt have any spring onion with me, and thought it might distract the rich creamy texture that was already so good on it's own. The mayo gives the dish an addictive sweetness to the sour cream. I added some yoghurt I had on hand to..."
Nov 17, 2010 on Food.com
"Brought them to a party and they were really popular! I practically used up all the cheeses I have left in the fridge i.e. 1/4 pack of cream cheese, 1/2 pack parmesan cheese, and 1/2 monteray jack cheese. Added a dash of chilli powder, salt and red pepper flakes but still felt something was lacking.. until I added a few dashes of HP sauce! : Roll..."
May 17, 2010 on Food.com
"I thought mine turned out alittle dry and was rather average for me. Used only dark meat (boneless chicken thighs for easy shredding later, upped the amt of cinnamon powder, reduced the egg component and still found it abit too "eggy" for me. Thought the egg taste overpowered the shredded chicken.The almond crunchy bits was a nice touch (couldnt ..."
Apr 26, 2010 on Food.com
"This was absolutely yummy! Followed the instructions except that I used fish stock, 1 tsp cognac, heavy cream, a little salt and pepper and lotsa bay's seasoning for lobster bisque like flavour. Mixed with a can of crab meat and pour it over the prawns, cream snapper chunks, scallops, peas and sweetcorn. And of course being the lazy gal I am, I us..."
Apr 26, 2010 on Food.com
"Forgot to add that I always serve this with baked pita rubbed and piled with minced garlic!"
Apr 12, 2010 on Food.com
"This is absolutely yummy! I followed the recipe and only made mild changes. Used healthier olive oil, peeled the prawns completely (yes, i am lazy, skipped the cockles and upped the qty of prawns, and added a tsp of sugar in the seasoning. I marinated the prawns abit with 2 tsp of oyster sauce and sugar for 20 min prior to stir frying (one of fav..."
Apr 7, 2010 on Food.com
"Amazing amazing gem of a recipe! I am so glad I found your recipe and it sure made me look like a pro baker in front of my friends! It was quite an impressive display esp when you glaze the fruits over with melted marmalade like I did! It was almost too pretty to be eaten! I was really worried initially when I realised the package of organic white..."
Apr 6, 2010 on Food.com
"Yummy!!! Other than the chinese sausage, I was happy that most of the ingredients required are usually in my fridge! To give the chicken abit of flavour prior to throwing in into the rice cooker, I marinated it with a tablesp of oyster sauce and sugar for about 30 min whilst i go abt chopping the rest of the ingredients. Didnt use chinese sausage ..."
Dec 23, 2009 on Food.com
"I followed the recipe dutifully but it somehow lacked the kick I was looking for... that is until I added some white wine to the chicken stock, and even some cognac which made a huge difference! It tasted alot more complex and had more depth in its taste. I had also rubbed the cod fish with salt, pepper and old bays seasoning for added taste prior..."
Dec 19, 2009 on Food.com