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"This was a big hit with my family! Being skeptical of the 1/2 cup water issue, I used about 1.5 cups because: a) I live at high altitude, where everything needs more water, more cooking time, etc.; and b) because I only had a 2.5 pound roast. I placed whole, small red potatoes and baby carrots under the roast and otherwise prepared exactly accordi..."
"My husband also can't stand the "bits and pieces" of onions and other things in his sloppy joes. We found this recipe delicious, and you can't beat how easy it is. For a fast, cheap, tasty meal on a weeknight, this really fits the bill. Thanks for sharing!"
"Served these to family members for an informal cocktail hour. They were easy to prepare, but we all felt they were a little bland. Next time, I think I'll add some feta cheese or maybe even a few drops of tabasco just to give them a little zip. Overall, a very nice recipe, though! And you can't beat the ease of preparation. I pulled these together..."
"Super recipe! Like others, I've often roasted asparagus, but this recipe seriously amps up the flavor. Also, I put the oil mixture and feta on steamed broccoli for a non-asparagus lover, and he thought it was sensational. Thanks for sharing!"
"To me, this doesn't taste anything like real fried rice, but that doesn't mean it's not a tasty side dish all on its own. I made a half-recipe and added thinly sliced celery and diced red bell pepper. At high altitude, I had to add at least 50% more water and increase the cooking time by 5 minutes. Honestly, it would have been quicker for me to ma..."
"My husband and I thought this was great. I did reduce the amount of crushed red pepper flakes, but otherwise made the recipe exactly as written. Unlike others, I did not need to add cornstarch to thicken the sauce. After 25 minutes of simmering, it had reduced to a lovely, syrupy consistency. This is definitely a keeper. Thanks for sharing!"
"Loved this! I put it on Yellowfin Tuna, and it was great. Definitely a keeper. I thought it was a little salty (though dear husband did not), and I dialed down the cayenne a bit for our taste. But then, that's the great thing about rubs, isn't it? You can easily alter them to suit. Thanks for sharing!"
"Wow! Fantastic. I approximately doubled the recipe (split the fat into 50-50 butter and olive oil), tossed steamed brussels sprouts and spaghetti with it, and this was a great hit at the dinner table. Thanks so much for sharing!"
"This is really delicious. My husband and I both enjoyed it. Cod is pretty bland, but this recipe livens it right up. We used dijon instead of anchovy paste, and we seasoned the fish with salt & pepper before applying the mayo coating. We definitely will be making this again. Thanks for sharing!"
"These are absolutely delicious. I did not get picture-perfect results, which may be because I live at high altitude. My cookies spread a lot during baking, so I will play with this recipe to see if I can overcome this next time. (And there WILL be a next time!) I substituted vanilla extract because I'm allergic to almonds. Also, I divided the doug..."