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"These were great and very easy. I actually added rhubarb instead of dates and I added it when I mixed the dry and wet ingredients. Adding the margarine and egg to the blended mixture made it so simple. These had a great flavour and texture and weren't too sweet.I made a double batch and they are disappearing like crazy."
Jul 30, 2011 on Food.com
Very easy and very good. I sauted an onion before I added the tomato mixture. I doubled the recipe and used one jalapeno pepper. It had a little bit of heat, but I wasn't sure how hot my guests like their food. You could definitely feel it, but it wasn't hot. The only other change I made was to add the cilantro right before serving. ..."
May 15, 2011 on Food.com
"This was great. My aunt was a wonderful cook and she used to make a dessert like this. I came searching for a recipe to recreate the great memories I had of it and I found it! Delicious!"
Jan 10, 2011 on Food.com
"Having this recipe posted on 'Zaar made my 90 year old father very happy. He said the other day, "My mother made the best salad dressing. I haven't had it for years and years. " He knew it was boiled and he knew it had eggs in it and it was quite sweet. Well, I made your recipe and he says it is exactly right. A bit too sweet for my taste, but he ..."
Jun 21, 2010 on Food.com
"Really nice! I doubled the "gravy" and I was glad I did. It was really delicious. I brined the pork chops for about an hour (I almost always do, I think they are much moister that way. Like others, I seared the chops and then added the sauce and finished the cooking in the gravy. That way I could scrape up all the little brown bits that add so mu..."
Apr 28, 2010 on Food.com
"What a simple and inexpensive way to have a product that is so expensive to buy! I used fresh herbs but used quite a bit more than the recipe called for. (Looking through the recipes on this site they all seemed to have about the same amount of herbs but it just seemed to me that they wouldn't give enough flavour. Next time I would up the herbs ..."
Apr 25, 2010 on Food.com
"This was very good. I served it with chicken breast stuffed with goat cheese, basil, and sun-dried tomato and I thought the lemon flavour complemented the chicken really nicely. I used brown basmati rice and of course increased the cooking time. For herbs I used parsley. marjoram, and thyme. I used 5 cloves of garlic, and unlike other reviewers I..."
Apr 25, 2010 on Food.com
"I made this for some friends and we all really enjoyed it. I am not a big fan of olives, so I replaced them with sun-dried tomatoes and then replaced the thyme with basil. Another time I would add the basil at the last minute, maybe using a bit of dried for the marinating time. The only thing I had against it was that it didn't look as appealing a..."
Apr 22, 2010 on Food.com
"Fabulous! Takes boring roasted chicken and gives it incredible flavour. No need for cranberry or stuffing or anything more. The directions were a little vague. I didn't see where to put in the cumin or hot papriko so I left those out. I used maybe 1 or 2 T of olive oil and thought that was plenty for the mixture, especially with the butter. Ver..."
Apr 18, 2010 on Food.com
"This was nice.I undercooked the chicken a little so that it was still moist after being in the oven. I love blue cheese, but the flavour was very mild. The pine nuts were kind of a non-entitity in the taste department. I am always looking to keep things healthy and calorie-wise so things like cheese and nuts have to bring a lot of flavour to mak..."
Mar 22, 2010 on Food.com