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"I originally came on here to find a recipe for smashed-mashed potatoes but I saw this and I had to try it. These were a nice compromise between baked potatoes/sliced-up roasted potatoes. I made it with yellow, petite red, & purple/blue potatoes. The ones I thought turned out the best in terms of both texture and flavor were the smaller reds that ..."
"This recipe duplicates the TASTE of a frappuccino, but definitely not the TEXTURE. I used all ingredients in the exact amounts. Still 5/5 for granting the fix though. :D I didn't have ice on hand and I don't have a coffeemaker so I went to the McDonald's a block away to get coffee & a cup of ice. I would have added some more ice but otherwise it'..."
"I made spicy chicken strips instead of the sandwich, but the flavor of the breading was great. I've been attempting to make spicy chicken strips for a while but after frying they didn't taste very spicy. The method of flouring, saucing, then flouring again did the trick. They tasted very close to the breading on Wendy's spicy chicken fillet. My bf..."
"These corndogs sent me straight to junk food heaven. The batter is just the right fluffiness once cooked. The only gripe I have, which is just me being picky, is that the breading does not have the same flavor bite to it as store bought, it was a bit blander, though the fact that these are homemade totally makes up for it. This is only the second ..."
"This is awesome. It's just the right ratio of ingredients. I have always failed at making a smoothie that tastes "just right" until now. :D"
"I LOVE this. I did make a couple of small changes to suit my tastes, though. I don't like ALL the flavor to come from the dipping sauce. I dipped the tofu in a soy sauce, rice vinegar, and mirin mixture before rolling in the dry mixture. I added some crushed panko crumbs to the dry mixture to make it a little crunchier. I fried it in peanut oil an..."
"Looks about the same as versions of "Belgian" fries recipes floating around the internet. I made the exact same recipe a couple weeks ago, blanching the fries in the oil and letting them sweat before a second frying is a great way to make more flavorful, crispy fries. :D"