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"This is basically what my mom made, too---but added roasted walnuts and cooked&crumbled sage-flavored breakfast sausage and thyme. Somewhere along the way I lost the exact proportions, so THANKS for posting this! And we still cook most if it inside the turkey. If you take it out of the turkey, toss it with any of the stuffing cooked outside of ..."
"Excellent! I've made it twice, once with sourdough, once with lettuce "wraps".... any kind of onion works, I'm sure, but we preferred the scallions. Thanks!"
"I have been looking for this recipe for ages...and could only find the puffy Dutch Baby type recipe. I got this recipe in college from a roommate and LOVED it. This is it! With butter and cinnamon sugar, all rolled up....breakfast, lunch and dessert!!! thank you for posting!"
"Definitely double the marinade, and add more lime! It needed some sweetness, so I added honey...fajitas around here (CA) have a sweet salty kick, along with the spice. That kind of makes it more like the restaurant goods ;) Great stuff!"
"We had this with guests and enjoyed it very much! An easy side dish that tasted more complex than the sum of its parts! I left out the mint, but everything else was followed exactly! Thanks Boomette, another keeper!"
"For ease and healthiness...wow! I had turkey meatballs I'd made in the freezer and pumped up some jarred salsa with a bit of leftover homemade and it was just so good and easy. I added a lot of cilantro and served with flour tortillas and what a great, easy meal. I will be making this when school starts again because it would totally work stove..."
"I just don't know why, after all these great reviews, mine were terrible. I have a popover pan, followed the directions, and got dense, overly brown lumps. I have yet to find a good popover recipe...and I'm really trying! I wish this had worked!"
"A friend of mine had a top sirloin roast and didn't know how to cook it. Unfortunately, she chose this recipe--why waste a perfectly great cut of meat to slow cook!!! A sirloin roast can be ROASTED and will retain more flavor and tenderness than this washed out result. A chuck roast or other piece of meat suitable for braising would work, but t..."
"Thank you for posting this really informative recipe....methods, really! I used to always just buy canned beans, but comparing prices....ouch! (Especially now!) Thanks for taking the time to post this--it's very educational!"