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"I used milk instead of cream to try and get some of the calories down and I cut back on the butter. I also skipped the bread crumb / cheese topping. It still came out great. The sherry really makes this dish."
"This recipe is very similar to 57691 by Gil2. That recipe calls for 1 tsp dried thyme and 1 tsp dried rosemary which I used in this recipe instead of the Italian Seasoning. The blender mixing step makes this soup creamy without adding cream. This soup is really good and so healthy."
"This recipe didn't work for me. The amount of rosemary was too overpowering and the sauce was too thick. I used a cabernet - maybe that was the problem with the sauce, the taste just wasn't good. I ended up rinsing off the cooked meat under running water to salvage the roast."
"The highest rating in my personal recipe book is "guestworthy" and this recipe truly is. I used a 1 lb bag of frozen tilapia fillets (thawed before cooking). I also used more than a "dash" of lemon juice to deglaze the pan - probably about 2 tbsp. The flour coating gave the fish a nice crispy outside and the mixture of almonds and capers is wonde..."
"I make this when I make 38296 - kielbasa and cabbage soup. I use chedder cheese, instead of American, and fresh marjoram and thyme when I can get them. This is really good."
"I make this with the lowfat Turkey Kielbasa and it is great. I use 4 tbsp of real maple syrup and the hint of sweetness is a perfect balance to the cabbage. Six cups of cabbage is about 1/2 head. I use the other half to make 49583 - scalloped cabbage."
"This is a wonderful, light vegetable side dish. I used red onion and canned tomatoe. I made it at Christmas time and it was a nice change from the heavy, vegetable sides that are popular during the winter."
"Served this over angel hair pasta -very good. I recommend increasing the spices and sherry, though. I didn't think there was enough sauce."
"I have made this many times and it is a good dish to take to a pot luck. It is good warm or at room temperature. It comes out cake-like and presents beautifully. Anything that is added to bake potatoes can be added to this - chives, bacon bits, etc. When made per the recipe, the taste is a little strong."
"This just didn't work for me. A cup of breadcrumbs is a lot. I ended up with scallops covered in dry bread crumbs that baked dry. I took this out of my recipebook."