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"I used this recipe using 20 boneless with skin, chicken thighs, about 5 pounds. I doubled the recipe and marinated them overnight. I steamed them all in one batch for 1 hour and then ended up refrigerating them overnight. I coated them with cornstarch and deep fried them. The flavor was sooooo good and my family loved them, this is a keeper for su..."
"The toppings did not stay on well and I found it hard to tie into knots so I ended up making spiral circles instead. All in all they were a great little snack."
"I doubled the recipe, the flavor was good but my family thought it was on the dry side. I would have some extra sauce on the side. Made for PAC Spring 2009."
"I loved this recipe. I'm so glad you posted it, I had a coleslaw recipe using caraway seeds that I lost. I used 1 bag of preshredded coleslaw mix, did not toast caraway seeds, used 1 cup of mayonnaise, 2 tbl. vinegar, 1 tsp. dijon mustard, 2 tsp. sugar, 2 tsp. caraway seeds and 1 small onion sliced on a mandolin and let the slaw stay in refriger..."
"As others suggested I only used 3 teaspoons of the montral steak seasoning. I used steak tips that had be marinating for about 8 hours. My family didn't find it salty at all and next time I will use 4 teaspoons of seasoning. The tips were yummy.....Debbie"
"I doubled the entire recipe and let it sit overnight. My family loved it because it was so creamy which we like and not really sweet which we do not like. If someone wanted to make it sweeter then just increase the sugar. My family also dislikes the coleslaw that has vinegar as it's prime flavoring with no mayo at all. This is a definate keeper......"
"My family loved these as well as a friend of my son who was eating over. They were definately moist and a keeper. I used thick pork cutlets because that is what I had on hand."
"What a great way to poach eggs, thank you so much. My husband is the egg poacher in our house and laughs at me when I try to make them. I cooked the egg for 50 seconds and did not add vinegar and put a paper towel over the coffee cup and it came out perfect, we like the yolk to be runny. My husband said the egg came out perfect and was impressed t..."
"My family loved this recipe. I sliced the cucumbers and onions very thin and seeded the tomatoes and diced. I didn't have any green pepper so I left it out. I used balsamic vineger because I didn't have any white vinegar and I used 1 tablespoon of sugar because I don't like really sweet foods. Next time I will use 2 teaspoons seasoning salt, I did..."