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"This was amazing! I have never tasted such good soup, if I don't mind complimenting myself! I skipped the butter, just sauteed the onion in veg. oil. I also had an old leek left in the fridge, so I chopped that up and sauteed it with the onion. I used my homemade chicken stock and minced some frozen ginger I had in the freezer. It was so deli..."
"All I can say is YUM! I left off the sour cream topping and made the crust gluten free by substituting some chocolate gluten free animal crackers that I had lying around. I'm not a big fan of cheesecake in general, but this was delicious! I would advise others to watch that the center will be seriously jiggly even after cooking was done (I thin..."
"Wow! Thanks for this! I always bought the pre-brined stuff from the butcher's, but I was not entirely happy since I know they put nitrates into it -- you know, the same stuff that goes into hot dogs to preserve it. I love that I have this recipe! It made my chicken breasts so tender and they did not dry out after frying them as chicken fingers..."
"I used this recipe and substituted corn starch for the potato starch since I didn't have any and since another reviewer had some luck with it. Unfortunately my carrot muffins which always came out purpose with a GF all-purpose mix did not rise when I tried it with this modified recipe. I tried it 3 times in total, adjusting baking powder and rem..."
"Delicious! This is exactly the rice I remembered trying while I was in Israel! I agree with other reviewers--fried onions can only make a recipe better. The more the better, I say. I actually tried to do more lentils than rice, but I think that the 50:50 rice to lentils ratio is better. I actually was able to make this recipe without soaking ..."
"This was my first attempt at baking gluten free bread. It came out waaaay better than the store-bought stuff that crumbles all over the place and tastes like sawdust. I used 3/4 cups of brown rice flour and 3/4 cups of oat flour for the gluten-free flour. I also didn't have any cornstarch, so I just used extra potato starch. I also added some ..."
"Turkey was so easy! It came out incredibly moist! The gravy was just okay tasting but a very good consistency and color; I will definitely experiment with that and continue to use this turkey recipe! I served the turkey over stuffing. I had a little mini-Thanksgiving in January."
"It was very good and very easy. I wouldn't say it was the best crust I've ever made, though. I do think I should try it again, this time splitting the dough in half. I used it all on one pizza and my husband said, "Congratulations, honey, I think you've succeeded in making a pan pizza without a pan!" since the dough rose so high."
"Mine came out a little bit sticky. It tasted fine, but was not spectacular. I can see why others might like it. The dough rose nicely and it made a beautiful presentation. I just don't think I've yet found a keeper."
"Thank you for posting this recipe. I left out the mint and dill since I didn't have any, plus added a little bit of red onion for variety. I also wanted to warn others to avoid the mistake that I made. Try to put the "dressing" on as close to serving as possible. Salt will draw out the liquid in the vegetables and when it was time for me to se..."