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"Really enjoyed this recipe. It's simple, but a nice change from the standard salad. I have already made it twice for company and everyone liked it.
Have to admit I did take some liberties - I think the main thing is the dressing. For that, I used the ingredients listed but just whisked them together and added the chopp..."
"I usually avoid making pie crusts. This was easy and came out great. Maybe not as wonderful as a true rolled crust, but still very good. I used soy milk for the milk and that worked fine."
"This was excellent! The whole family liked it.
For the pie crust, I used http://www.food.com/recipe/my-no-roll-pie-crust-51537 Following some of the previous comments, I increased the cinnamon to 1 tsp and added 1/2 tsp nutmeg to the filling. For the topping, I added 1/2 cup ground nuts-I used a mix of almond and walnuts..."
"These came out great - with a totally different texture than the usual seitan stir fry. I did change things around a bit - to make it lower carb, I used ground almonds instead of the flour. Probably didn't stick as well, but the end result was still excellent. For the herbs, I used a mix of basil, oregano, thyme, onion powder and smoked p..."
"This was great! As others, I added a little salt and pepper - I'm sure other spices would be good also.
Wanted to make this in advance for a big dinner. Checked online and found you really can't reheat Hollandaise. However, I pre-measured the ingredients in advance and then it took just 3 minutes for the final s..."
"I liked these, but they weren't quite what I was expecting. I made them for a Rosh Hashanah dessert and they didn't seem quite rich enough. However, they were great for breakfast and snacks the next day. I would say they remind me of a good chewy granola bar.
I doubled the recipe and that worked fine. The only ot..."
"I had these years ago in Japan and loved them. These came out great and were quick and easy to make. Thanks for posting.
I didn't have any bonito flakes or dashi, so I used another Tbsp of soy sauce and some garlic. Also, I made them on a griddle, so used a lot less oil. They still came out nice and crispy."
"This was a lot of work, but it came out great and looked very impressive. Instead of the directions here, I used the procedure in microwave polenta http://www.food.com/recipe/microwave-polenta-3503 to make the initial polenta. Also added some sauteed mushrooms as one of the layers because I love mushrooms."
"This was easy and came out great. I'd never made polenta before and the standard recipes with continuous stirring required didn't encourage me to try. This was a snap."
"I really loved the method of cooking everything in the same pot and the salad looked beautiful. However, I thought there was not nearly enough pasta for the amount of vegetables. It could also use more dressing and cheese."