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"This is so good and so easy to make. I just mixed everything together, poured it into a casserole, sprinkled on the crumbs and butter and baked it for exactly the time specified. Perfect. The only changes were I used green AND red peppers, added mozzarella to the cheese quantity, and instead of liquid hot sauce, used a pepper blend. Because it..."
May 18, 2013 on Food.com
"Five stars! We really liked this way to make walleye. Excellent taste, fast to prepare and cook. I skinned the fish first and used panko for the crumbs. Served it with steamed jasmine rice drzzled with extra lemon butter, and a fresh green salad. It was a great meal."
May 11, 2013 on Food.com
"Delicious! A burst of flavor with every bite. I made minor changes: used garlic powder instead of cloves, and used my freshly dried basil, instead of fresh basil leaves - and it was still amazing. I thought it tasted too lemony at first, but after refrigeration for two hours, the lemony tang was mellow and perfect. Next time I make it, I'll b..."
Apr 29, 2013 on Food.com
"This bok choy recipe is so good. And so easy to make. The sauce was perfect and traditional-tasting. Instead of cornstarch I used arrowroot, and I added three sliced-up green onions to the stir fry. I served it over steamed jasmine rice. Delicious. I will make this often."
Apr 14, 2013 on Food.com
"This was delicious! The recipe was easy and quick to make. I made it as written - omitting the optional bean sprouts and using fresh jumbo shrimp instead of the optional chicken. I liked the amounts of cabbage/pasta, not too much of either one. I thought it was very flavorful but added a tablespoon of Toasted sesame oil to give it some depth. I wi..."
Mar 11, 2013 on Food.com
"I like this tea. I thought it would be very strong... but it isn't, it's quite pleasant. I used Thyme that I grew and dried this summer. Its flavor and fragrance shone through. I crushed the cardamom pods, And added some Sage along with everything else. After I had my mug, I poured the rest of the tea in a quart jar and refrigerated it. This morni..."
Feb 3, 2013 on Food.com
"This was SO good - total comfort food. It was even more delicious the next day. Very easy to make using ingredients I normally have on hand. I used frozen kernel corn and added 1/2 chopped green pepper. Thanks so much for posting a recipe that I will be making often."
Jan 26, 2013 on Food.com
"This is great! I used ghee instead of oil, and diced tomatoes instead of the soup, omitted cilantro. And I halved the measures of spices - turned out that was the perfect amount for us. I wanted to add paneer cheese, but had no time to make any so I used cubed feta and it was fabulous. I will make this often because it's so versatile. Next time gr..."
Dec 7, 2012 on Food.com
"Very delicious carrot/polenta dish. I loved the sage. The cheese I used was aged Cheddar and 2 tbsp Romano. To the carrots I added a pinch of garlic powder. This was so easy to put together and it baked-up as the recipe said. I made a change: instead of instant polenta, I used regular polenta and all veg broth (4:1 which needed a longer polenta c..."
Apr 14, 2012 on Food.com
"I made this exactly as written. I really liked it a lot and will make it again with a couple tweaks. I thought it a bit too sweet, so I'll try only 1/4 cup maple syrup; and add a 1/2 tsp. sea salt. I like onions so as a personal preference, I'd add an additional small onion - quartered. I loved that the vegetables were crunchy-done and there was a..."
Mar 26, 2012 on Food.com