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"I came across this recipe in the midst of a garbanzo craving. This was a quick and easy salad to put together. As a personal preference, I diced the onion so that every thing was more of an equal size. The dressing was good, if a bit tart, but with a touch more salt, it balanced out nicely. Thanks, I would make this tasty salad again to soothe a c..."
Nov 15, 2008 on Food.com
"I made this for Mother's Day and it was a big hit! Used mixed baby greens with herbs, but all else was true to the recipe. I put the dressing ingredients in a lidded jar and shook it really good. Worked great and made it easy to store what little was left. We really enjoyed this great salad and Mom bragged about it to everyone she talked to about..."
May 19, 2008 on Food.com
"Ooooh, I love this recipe! Thank you for posting it. It is very easy to make and so delicious! I had only one large tomato and some red onion, which worked nicely. After the initial taste, I added a bit more of the spices, along with some ground coriander, and the remainder of the cucumber. It was so good that I could barely stop eating it! I can'..."
Mar 15, 2008 on Food.com
"Wow! Easy to make & delicious! This went together quickly, rose beautifully, and is wonderful to eat. A great recipe to highlight my favorite nut! And yes, I will make this bread again, soon and often! My only problem was that I got a bit greedy with the walnut halves on top. Silly me! If you pile on too many, it all kind of slides to the middle ..."
Nov 25, 2007 on Food.com
"This recipe is simple and easy to follow and makes a really good meal! I used chicken, but can't wait to try it with tofu and prawns. I did have to sub lime zest for the lime leaves as they are not available here. I also added about am additional 1/4 cup of coconut milk as it was not quite saucy enough for me. The very first time I ever bought and..."
Nov 18, 2007 on Food.com
"Outstanding! Thanks for my first successful pot pie! The recipe was easy to follow and there is room to experiment a little. I used butter and olive oil to start the sauce, my usual. As per some of the other reviewers, added a little celery, some 'shrooms & garlic too. After tasting, added some sage. For the veggies, I don't like most of the prepa..."
Nov 18, 2007 on Food.com
"Wow! What an easy and delicious salad! I like peas in a salad and really enjoyed this one.I was out of dills, but had dill relish at hand and also subbed mayo for the Miracle Whip. I cubed the eggs & cheese really small, about the size of the peas, a personal quirk but it makes a nice presentation.Thanks for sharing your sisters' recipe! I wil..."
Nov 17, 2007 on Food.com
"Ok, Have to say that I was as surprised as anyone with this one! About a month ago I saw the first twinkie surprise recipe and I thought it was crazy. But it caught my imagination and I had to read all the twinkie recipes, and finally I had to try it. Lost a wager at work and the pay out was goodies for everyone. The winner was having a fierce c..."
Sep 21, 2007 on Food.com
"We really enjoyed your rib rub! I quadrupuled the recipe so there would be enough for more than one meal & am glad! I will be making this again. Had to sub in some cayenne as I didn't have enough red pepper flakes. Also used half sweet paprika and half smoky Spanish paprika, a new favorite flavor of mine. One person thought the ribs were too hot..."
Jun 16, 2007 on Food.com
"What a great and simple recipe! I have done something similar with the cream cheese, sugar and egg mix in brownies but never thought to add chips or do this with cupcakes. They turned out very nice and were a big hit at work & home. Ghirardelli chips were on sale so I not only used them in the mix but topped each cupcake with one on top of the whi..."
Feb 5, 2007 on Food.com