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"This was fairly easy and really tasty. I didn't have any tomatoes so I used 1 tbsp (I was only making half the recipe) and a decent splash of water to make the sauce. Came out great! I can see this working really well with prawns or chicken too."
"Yummy! So easy and really tasty! I added some mixed herbs to the rinds and it worked great. Make sure you grease the pan well though. I forgot and it all stuck and I had to scrape it off, still yummy :D"
"I didn't eat this myself as I am on a wheat-free diet, but my fiancee said it was pretty good. It was easy enough to make (I halved the recipe) even though I didn't use a bread-machine. Came out lovely and crusty on the outside and chewy inside. Will make again sometime."
"What a godsend for the low-carber! I followed Happy Woman's advice and used 1 cup flax and 1 cup soy. It came out great! I also added 1 tsp dried rosemary which goes really well with the heavy, nutty flavor of the bread. I'm sure I will be making this one every week and will be sure to experiment with other additions to the mix."
"WOW! This is sooooooo good! I used turkey breasts for this and switched the brown sugar for splenda, but it was still wonderful. I will surely be making this one again!"
"Loved it! Being on a low-carb diet I am always looking for ways to make high-fibre, low-starch veggies tasty and this is great. Very simple to make and went down well with the man of the house. I do agree with others though that next time I will try with less oil, I don't mind it going a bit crispy and crunchy on the edges."
"Nice to find an easy breakfast recipe for those of us on either a low-fat OR low-carb diet. It does come out a tiny bit dry but you can add oil to fix that. I tweaked the recipe a little using sage, thyme and some garlic powder. So easy to just make and freeze for later."