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"You people obviously never ate at Long John Silver's. This recipe is NOTHING like theirs. They also use corn flour in their batter. It's also missing a spice that I can't seem to figure out."
"Do people really need a recipe for this dish? I make more authentic and involved Asian recipes than this. However, if you're in a rush to make chicken quarters, you can't go wrong with this "recipe".
For the people who complain about this chicken being greasy.....use a broiler/baking pan with grate folks! If you have time, throw soy ..."
"This batter is very good. To the people who needed to add salt or spice it up...do you know aht Tempura is? The cooked food is dipped in a Tempura sauce made up of soy sauce (salty), dashi, mirn etc. It's not supposed to be a seasoned batter...ok? Anybody home?"
"Very good recipe. My only change was to add only 1/2 teaspoon of oregano. I think the 1 tsp. amount is too strong. Easy to make, and tastes great. Brings back memories. Bring on the Dr. Brown's Cel-ray Soda!"
"This was a great and easy recipe, especially when your kids help! I bought two melons, a honey dew and a musk melon. Both tasted great with the raspberry sorbet. In fact, we tried strawberry and that was great as well. If you're on a diet, use diet sorbet for a low calorie, but healthy treat."
"What an easy and delicious way to make spiral sliced ham! If you love bacon, you'll love this recipe! Use peanut oil as it has a higher smoking point."