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"The tzatziki really makes this. I used Alexia fries and baked them (those are my favorite, and are more of a natural product). Like another reviewer I skipped the oil, also probably used less of the seasoning (I just sprinkled it on)."
"What a delicious combination of flavors. I used less salt and oil and more vinegar. I also roasted the beets in the oven without the foil, rubbed with a little olive oil and did not do the marinating part (personal preference)."
"I don't even know how to describe this - fudgey ganache, chocolate pot de creme like, almost like a super rich flourless brownie (not like a pudding, custard or drinking hot chocolate, even Spanish). And, of course, completely delicious! Definitely use the best and freshest chocolate you can find (since that is pretty much the entire flavor h..."
"Love any kind of risotto, so enjoyed this dish. I took another reviewer's advice and used more shallots (about 8 small ones - maybe double what's called for). I made this with the Recipe #315371 method, which never disappoints. Smoked gouda makes this recipe unique and lends a nice flavor to it."
"After trying this once, I'll never go back to storebought! Tastes so much better, and is much healthier. If you make this size batch, you'll have plenty on hand for whenever you need it. I omitted the salt for our tastes and added a half tablespoon of chipotle powder instead of the cayenne. This is the perfect taco seasoning mix!"
"Wow, these are some double stuffed deviled eggs! I thought the chips were great in them, and also liked the subtle onion dip flavor. I made the dip from Simply Organic's mix with a 50 50 mayo/sour cream ratio (they advise 2 cups per ounce of dry, which isn't strong). I did use a 1/2 cup of it like another reviewer, and only 1/3 the musta..."
"Very enjoyable, though it didn't really taste like a baked potato (and I missed the "sour cream" element). I broke up the chips (they were Kettle Bakes and quite crispy, so would have been hard to eat whole). I loved the gouda in it, I think that really made it."
"We really liked the flavor the teriyaki gave to both the broccoli and the bison (which I marinated for about an hour). I added only half the sesame oil (personal preference)."
"Loved the tang in this, it brings BLTs to a new level. We didn't make these club style, just 2 pieces of bread for regular sandwiches, with 3 slices of bacon on each."