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"This was great. The feta really makes it. The tzatziki is very good in it too. I used less lettuce (I think the weight measurement must be off since a whole clamshell of arugula is 5 ounces)."
"I used the feta and dill, omitted the mustard (personal preference) and added some diced potatoes to make this into a meal. Everything went really well together and the flavors were very much enjoyed. I added capers to the leftovers, and they were super in it."
"One of those dishes where the sum of its parts is greater! I used olive hummus and a raw red pepper, and it was nice to have that crunch. I also used a light feta block that DH cut up, and it was a star in this, though all the flavors blend really well together to make for a very tasty dish. Aside from the chicken, I actually increased all the oth..."
"Great as written warm, but also very good non-cooked (raw). It is such a versatile concept, I also tried them like other reviewers 1) with prosciutto (instead of bacon) broiled and 2) with a sweetened balsamic reduction. All variations were super!"
"Really good, though the ranch is quite subtle. I did the mayo and mustard to taste, so ended up with maybe 2-3 times the mayo to make it creamy enough (and I am not a mayo lover) and probably half the mustard."
"A fancy dish that tastes great, without excessive effort. I think you could get away with halving the molasses and soy sauce in the marinade if you use a ziplock, there is plenty of liquid. The only thing I would surely do different is to use all wine instead of a mix with the broth, it would give the sauce an even better flavor than it already ha..."
"We used the lemon cucumbers, heirloom tomatoes, much fewer green onions, and I added a little sprinkle of salt to mine. This dish was simple, but a very good accompaniment (to anything, I would imagine - Indian food, meat, fish, etc.)."
"These were great! I didn't freeze them. They were really tasty as is, but I also tried a version with the addition of guacamole, and they were good that way too."
"Lemon is our thing, so we really enjoyed this. I used half a tablespoon of Smart Balance to caramelize the onion. Agree with another reviewer, this serves more like 2-3 people, unless your meal includes a number of side dishes."
"I love how this combines coconut with breadcrumbs and is done entirely in the oven - both of which cut down on the fat by a lot (vs. pan frying first before baking, as in some recipes). It was still coconut-y and had a great taste. I had to assume with a cook time of 15-20 minutes though that the recipe is intended for chicken tenders, but is miss..."