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"Great side dish. We love broccoli roasted, it is so much better than steamed. And lemon is broccoli's perfect match. I used a lot less butter and more of the nuts. We love our veggies, so this feeds two to three for us."
"We love lemon on our cucumbers, so this wasn't tart or sour for us. I used half the taco seasoning, but it was still plenty. This would make a nice side dish for tacos or a taco like dish."
"Flavor is great, but this is a 10 napkin (literally) meal! I took the advice of another reviewer and left the chutney off. I put more basil in the mayo, but probably could have put way more lemon too. Nice change of pace from your normal hot dog."
"Yummy. I used less garlic powder, smoked paprika and like some other reviewers added salt and chili powder. Also added chipotle powder to the leftovers and that was really good with it too. Great side dish."
"Roasting brussels sprouts til they are brown always makes them yummy. I subbed fresh garlic and added it the last 2 minutes of cooking. I was intrigued by trying dried sage, but couldn't find any, so used thyme and oregano instead."
"This is very interesting and different. I like that you can actually taste the cashew butter - it is a good use for it. All the flavors blend well together. Like other reviewers I just used the 1/2 teaspoon of toasted sesame oil, added 5 tablespoons of water, used unseasoned rice vinegar, and left the anise out (DH is not a fan). Nice change for a..."
"Very good. Amazing how much it cooks down. I made half a recipe for 2 people and we each ended up with maybe slightly more than half a cup on our plates!"
"We made this as an entrée, so the two of us ate almost all of it. It was really good. Because we don't like things too sweet, I cut the orange juice down to 2 tablespoons. Also just sprinkled on the sesame seeds, so used a lot less. The cashew butter makes this rich and creamy and gives the dish a nice flavor."