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"As a new mother to a dairy intolerant baby, I've been dieing for cheese, cream sauces and ranch dressing. This is PERFECT! The only change I do is add about 1 tablespoon of sugar or splenda (more like a dash) to make it taste completely like ranch dressing. I go through a batch a week at least!"
"I can't believe I forgot to rate these! I catered our Temple's passover Seder last year and served these. Everyone jumped right on those "bread" baskets and there were no leftovers. I asked what I should prepare for this years meal and the first thing they wanted me to keep on the menu were your rolls."
"These are awesome! I do use the cloves and I found your recipe when I was catering the Temple for Rosh Hashana, they were a HUGE hit... after I made a second batch because the first got eaten by my family as they came out of the oven. LOL"
"I can't believe I forgot to review this! I first baked these for my temple for Rosh Hashanah last year and they were a hit (once I managed to get them out of the house!) When I catered Passover, I baked them in the bottom of muffin tins and then used that for crusts for mini cheesecakes. Those went over really well too! The batter does spread thou..."
"I made these for our temple's Passover Seder. I know I had to make the firmer recipe but they were just a tad too firm. The flavor was out of this world though! Everyone did enjoy it."
"Everyone in the house loved this! I used boneless breasts as suggested by another reviewer and adjusted the cooking time. It came out wonderfully!"
"I served this to my temple for the Passover Seder and everyone commented on how good the broth was! Thank you for the recipe."
"I catered our temple's Passover Seder last night and OMG this was a hit! Normally there is plenty of haroset left over but, much to my mother's dismay, there wasn't any left to bring home! I used Manchevitz Cream Red Concord wine and everyone loved it."
"I catered our temple Passover Seder last night and this was the dish I offered for those keeping kosher (no meat with dairy) and for our vegetarian guest. I used ricotta instead of cottage cheese, and I added spinach. I didn't layer the cheeses I mixed them together with the spinach and used that mixture between the matzoh layers. It was a hit and..."