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"Quick and easy -- my kind of recipe! We loved the vegetables and the light glaze. Very fresh taste. Will try 1 t. of agave instead of the brown sugar next time. Will definitely make again."
"Such an easy recipe. Pork chops were tender and delicious. I only used one onion and that was plenty. I served it with boiled potatoes and lima beans. There was plenty of gravy for the potatoes. Will make again."
"Easy, quick and delicious! After flattening the chicken, I sprinkled it with garlic salt and pepper; I didn't use flour. Served with angel hair and salad. Will definitely make again."
"Easy and flavorful. Sweet and sour. Served with brown rice and butternut squash fries. I baked the pork chops, omitting the salt and pepper and flour. Thanks for the recipe. Will make again."
"Just tried these burritos. Easy and quick -- and tasty! We used 1/2 cup salsa instead of the tomato puree as others suggested. We increased the chili powder to 1 teaspoon and chopped 1 garlic clove with the onion (in place of garlic powder). There's enough for another meal. Will definitely make again and again. Thanks, KelBel!"
"We didn't like the combination of spices. They seemed to clash. The temperature and baking time was right. But I suggest sprinkling the spices on the fish instead of pressing the fish into the spice mixture."
"Very easy. Excellent flavor, especially if you like pesto and lemon. We had swai on hand -- and it worked well. For people who don't like tomatoes, you could leave them out as they don't affect the flavor of the fish, but are a nice complement for those who do. As others recommended, we only used 1/2 the lemon juice."
"We were disappointed. We used medium picante sauce. So it was a hot, brown sugar and mustard taste. The flavors were distinct -- not blended."
"Excellent! So easy and flavorful. The fragrance filled the house. I followed the suggestions of others who used less mustard -- about half. It was just right for our tastes. We think 1/4 c. Dijon would overwhelm the other flavors. Thanks for sharing."