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"Loved this recipe! I cut the sugar in half, otherwise I kept everything else the same. I use skin-on salmon and only seasoned the top of the fillets. Nice and smoky with just a hint of sweet. This one's a keeper in my book!"
"Absolutely fantastic recipe! I haven't had a loosemeat sandwich since I was a kid, but a strange and elusive yearning for one came over me recently. I decided to chance it and introduce them to my husband and son. It was a risky move, as they hate sloppy joes (as do I) and are a tough crowd to woo. However, my husband took one bit, looked amazed a..."
"Perfect! I added a little diced green chili and garlic and we couldn't get enough! Great way to jazz up ordinary and plain boring refried beans. Thanks for sharing!"
"I have been looking a long time for my granny's Salisbury steak recipe. I am happy to say this tastes like it to me! I did not have Worcestershire and subbed A1. I also added a tablespoon of A1 to the gravy like my granny always did. We loved it!!! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe."
"WOW, loved these!! I am not a big pancake fan, but I had leftover blueberries and a son that loves pancakes, so we decided to make this recipe. Incredible pancakes, tender and not overly fluffy and the blueberries were just perfect. I loved them, it just shocked me that there were pancakes I liked! I have a new pancake recipe and my family is dema..."
"This was a hit! I couldn't find fenugreek, so I had to substitute the same amount of ground mustard. Great flavor, wonderful with homemade injera. Two thumbs up!"
"This worked perfectly for me! I also had to spray my pan with cooking spray, but they turned out great. I was shocked I could get proper texture and almost authentic taste, as I was told you needed special equipment. This is a great recipe!"
"I loved this recipe but I had to adjust it for what I had. I used 3 cups canned chickpeas, unsalted and unroasted sunflower seeds, and I boiled the seeds in enough water to cover. I then drained them and pureed with enough water to make a paste before adding the rest of the ingredients. We loved it!! Perfect for Ethiopian cuisine night."
"Wonderful! I had to substitute canola for the grapeseed oil and red onion for the white, still was phenomenal! I used the jalape�o and really enjoyed the taste. I also had this at Maskerem and think your recipe trumps it! Thanks for sharing it!"
"Loved, loved, loved this recipe!! My family raved about it. I made no changes, I used Russet potatoes and I ended up cooking it about an hour at 325 and then upped it to 350 for another half an hour. I kept it covered until the last 5 min, took the lid off and broiled it a little to crisp it up. It was just gorgeous and the potatoes were awesome. ..."