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"YUM! This is the perfect 'formula' for sauteed spinach. I have made other recipes, and my husband wouldn't touch them. This recipe has my husband FINALLY eating sauteed spinach. I made only one bunch of spinach (10 ounces) tonight thinking it was just for me, since he didn't really like any of the other attempts. He tried..."
"YUM!! This is the marinade for steak I have been trying to find!! We like a marinade, but nothing that overpowers the taste of the steak. I prefer to make them because they are cheaper and I can control the salt, but my husband is picky about his steak. I used some pinot grigio I had open in the fridge and low sodium soy, but followed this rec..."
"I made it exactly as written with no substitutions. I used this for boneless, skinless chicken breasts that I grilled outside. YUM! Not only did my husband eat a chicken breast that night, but when I went to cut up some of the leftovers in the fridge, I found one breast missing 2 HUGE BITES! The leftovers are great to throw into pasta tossed w..."
"I loved these! I made them on the grill, and I couldn't stop eating them. However, I used my really spicy chili powder (Indian one), and my husband tried the but said they were spicy. Not the recipe's fault cause I grabbed the wrong bottle. However, I made these again in the oven using the other chili powder (Mexican) I have, and he really ..."
"YUMMY! These shrimp were simple and great! The only change was to use some cajun seasoning instead of just salt and pepper. I served them with a long grain and wild rice and a couple of vegetables, and we loved them for dinner. I doubled the recipe since I had a 2 lb bag of frozen shrimp. The next night I made pasta, Aglio e Olio: spaghetti w..."
"I made this for a light lunch. I made the recipe as written, and this was very lovely. This would make a great side dish for a nice grilled piece of meat. I will make these again!!"
"I made the egg base exactly as written with no substitutions. My first try with add-ins: Colby jack cheese, spinach, mushrooms, onions that I saut?ed first before adding to the egg mixture. My husband has asked for this recipe again with leftover steak. So I added saut?ed mushrooms, onion, peppers, and cheese. I called it the Philly Quiche, an..."
"I made it exactly as written with no substitutions. My husband picked up two 2" thick strips at the butcher, and I made this marinade. I liked the flavor, but hubby wasn't thrilled. He ate all of his steak, but he said for me to try something else next time."
"YUM! First let me say we are NOT vegetarians. I made this because we go meatless once a week. I used just regular black beans, and swapped out the baked beans for chili beans cause I had this in my pantry. I kept everything else from the recipe the same. I liked the sound of it originally, so I doubled the recipe right off the bat. It wouldn..."
"YUM! I made my usual meatballs for hubby, and I made these for me. I cut the eggplant into round slices, sprayed them with a little EVOO, and sprinkled them with salt and pepper then roasted. I buy the smaller eggplants that aren't as bitter, so I don't worry about salting them to remove the liquid. When the roasted eggplant was cool, I put it..."