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"Thank you! My kids love the local ham & cheese kolache pockets made by family donut shops here in Houston. I've been looking for a dough recipe for a while! When I asked at the bakery what their recipe was they just said "we get a mix"!!! This is SO much like what we get fresh from the local shop.
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"This turned out very well. I made it with white wine instead of red and grilled the chicken. It marinated a full day in the fridge after thawing so it had a good long chance to pick up the flavor. I also tucked a sprig of rosemary along the fold between the breast (used boneless/skinless) and tenderloin."
"Made this with Xmas dinner. My guests raved about it, but I was not quite thrilled with the texture. Everyone (myself included) loved the flavor. I think the sun-dried tomato pesto I used was a bit too grainy. I'll look for a smoother blend and try it again. Thanks!"
"Made this for Xmas dinner. The bourbon and brown sugar was the perfect combination to go with the yams. I did need to cook them for a bit longer than the recipe called for (40 mins in the oven) but I started with large yams. Thanks for a great recipe!"
"Made this for New Years to go with the Coq o' Vin Fondue (#126082). The taste was a bit mild for me. I like a bit more kick to horseradish sauces. I'll just add more next time. Thanks!"
"I made this for New Years Eve. The taste was great (very much like in the restaraunt) but I think the recipe calls for too much beer. The final product came out a bit soupy. Tasted wonderful... just a bit too much liquid. I will definitely make this again but will add less beer (or more cheese!)"
"Made this for New Years Eve. I did add more wine & and extra vegetable bullion cube to boost the flavor. Great taste - and very much like the Melting Pot's version. Will make this again. Thanks!"