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"The sauce was much too thick - I question if the ingredient amounts are correct. I think these would benefit from a little spice, because they are fairly bland and not spectacular by any means."
"This is the best homemade Italian dressing I have tried to date, mainly becuase the ingredients do not "separate" as quickly as other recipes. I omitted the salt (doctor told me I have to cut back on sodium) and I added 2 tsp. of very finely minced fresh red peppers. My first use for this dressing was to use it to make Marianne's Marinated Vegetab..."
"This tastes just like I remember having in England. I served it with grilled sliced tomatoes on top, because that's how I remember it. And next time I might cut back on the ale, just a little, to make a thicker sauce."
"Tom, my man - I have several things to say:(1) Your recipe has some shortcomings - (a) you don't say how long to bake them (b) you don't say how thick they should be (c) you don't list a gas oven temperature(2) You must have been making some TINY cookies to get 60 of them out of these ingredients!(3) They were overlap..."
"I poured this over mixed vegetables, which I enjoyed. I gave the recipe to a friend who said that it made a good sauce for dipping shrimp, though I haven't tried that myself. Seems like a versatile recipe, and an easy one too."
"I made this without the beef, used vegetable bouillon, and threw in a few extra spices, for the benefit of a couple of vegetarian friends. They, and I, loved it. I'll make another batch for myself, and I'll try stewing lamb instead of beef."