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"I have made this three times and each time, my husband has said that it's the best roast chicken he's ever had. (He wondered if it was just a fluke the first time and dared me to repeat it!) Even though the first thing he usually does is peel off the skin, he actually ate it each time.
I have put just plain butter, garlic butter, and but..."
"I halved the recipe and made 9 mini crab cakes.
My husband really like these, but I personally found them too salty. I thought the other seasonings might have been enough with just a dash of salt. I would make them again, just reducing the amount of salt."
"These were quite good, but I would have liked a little more filling in the because they seemed a little dry. Perhaps a little more cream cheese or the addition of a little sour cream or yogurt? The flavor was good though, and people enjoyed them at the party I had."
"Made these for a Christmas party and they were good, but not great. I added 1/4 cup of chopped green onions to add some color. I like the addition of the sour cream and ranch, but (paired with ham) these ended up a little salty for my taste. I would either half the amount of ranch/sour cream or increase the amount of cream cheese. Adding more crea..."
"These cookies came out great. I also added extra lemon juice and zest. I used about 2.5 tbs of juice and the zest from three very small lemons. Since I was adding white chocolate, to offset the extra sweetness I splashed in a little lemon extract as well. After adding the flour, I folded in 1.5 cups of white chocolate chips. Mmmmm. These came out ..."
"I made these as part of christmas baskets and they were a big hit. However, next time I make them I will definitly up the chili powder a little!"
"This was how my Korean mother made ramen for us when I was growing up (but without the potato). It makes the ramen a lot more filling... kind of like an egg drop soup. If it ends up really milky, you probably put in the egg too quickly or the soup was not hot enough to cook it almost instantly. Make sure the broth is boiling hot and pour in stops ..."