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"This was SOOOOO good. I used pork chops and sliced them up into strips, because they were super cheap @ the market this week. I doubled the sauce (because I wanted to have extra for rice drizzling and I just added a TEENY cornstarch to sauce to make a bit thicker. Everything else stayed the same. LOVED the combo of the soy sauce, honey and sesa..."
May 3, 2011 on Food.com
"Believe it or not, this was the first time I made a homemade smoothie! I love them, but always buy them from a mall! (and they're SO expensive. My parents recently purchased a mini-like blender so I borrowed it to make this... *drools* I would totally pay for this in a mall. In fact, it was better... and I know exactly what was in it (FRESH in..."
Feb 17, 2009 on Food.com
"Fantastic!!! I made this for dinner tonight (for my husband and I. The ONLY change I made was to add a few red pepper flakes into the marinade... and I marinated for 2 hours, rather than 1. Otherwise, left as is! I thought this was VERY worthy of my 5 stars. We live in NY, so it's cold outdoors... I still love grilling though - just indoors! ..."
Jan 13, 2009 on Food.com
"Just.... wow! This was seriously the best of 2 worlds... tacos and lasagna! I made this tonight for the first time. I did cut the recipe in half (there's 3 of us, but my 2 year old is VERY picky right now so I didn't even attempt to give her this- so it was just my husband and I. I made it in an 8X8 pan and just trimmed the lasagna noodles so ..."
Jan 12, 2009 on Food.com
"This was absolutely DELICIOUS. I only made two changes- I halved the chicken, because only my husband and self were eating this. And, rather than keeping the breasts "as is".. I sliced them into strips. I thought the sauce would soak in better that way. Oh, and I simmered it for 30 minutes. This chicken was SO moist and good. The coarse dijon..."
Jun 10, 2008 on Food.com
"This recipe is absolutely DELICIOUS. It's been in my "to try"folder for awhile, and I finally made it today. My husband is working this evening, so I made it for our lunch. I did make a change- I don't like onion, so I skipped the first step. Because of that, instead of adding the curry powder to the cooking onion, I just added the curry powder..."
Mar 3, 2008 on Food.com
"This was DELICIOUS! I actually just saw this recipe in the new "Kraft" magazine I got recently and decided to try it today. The ONLY change I made was to use a frozen bag of peas & carrots instead of mixed veggies, as my husband doesn't like the corn in the mixed. Otherwise, left as is. Even my nearly 2 year old daughter gobbled hers up. I'l..."
Feb 23, 2008 on Food.com
"This was definitely outstanding!! I've had this in my "chicken" cookbook for awhile, and just got around to trying it tonight. I was a bit nervous because the ingredients sounded all a bit "weird" together (like italian salad dressing mix with cinnamon, etc.. but WOW did these flavors blend PERFECT together. I followed recipe EXACTLY as stated...."
Oct 21, 2007 on Food.com
"YUMMY!I actually made this last week, but forgot to review it- oops! It deserves one! Both husband and I really enjoyed this. At first, I was concerned about 3 tablespoons of worcestershire sauce as it seemed like a big amount to me.. but I didn't change the recipe - made as is! I did smell a lot of the worcestershire as the chops were baking...."
Jun 15, 2007 on Food.com
"Definitely outstanding! This was my first time making pasta fagioli... and this is most certainly a soup I will make again and again. I did make a few changes... I used the 2 cans of italian-style stewed tomatoes, but I did run them through my food processor because my husband doesn't like chunks of tomatoes. I also used dry parsley as that's w..."
Jun 15, 2007 on Food.com