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"This ROCKED. Cook it in a small pan so the legs cook in the liquid, and then turn them and baste often. An absolute winner."
Oct 28, 2009 on Food.com
"Outstanding. I make these regularly and steam them in a vegetable steamer for ten minutes and they come out perfect. DELICIOUS!!!! Make these now! Deceptively simple."
Apr 12, 2008 on Food.com
"I added more stock and increased the herbs in this recipe, and it was very yummy. A great recipe for kids to help make! My three year old loves making crockpot soup with me, and its much easier to get her to eat it afterwards. Awesome."
Feb 2, 2007 on Food.com
"AWESOME!!!! This is a really easy and delicious recipe. I added frozen stir-fry veggies and canned baby corn with about 1/2 the broccoli becuase my kid loves it, and it was a huge hit. It tastes just like Chinese take-out. I left out the ginger 'cause I was out, but it was still excellent. My and my three year old even ate it for lunch the next da..."
Jan 10, 2007 on Food.com
"This recipe doesn't work without the addition of either butter or cream cheese in order to create the consistency necessary for spreading. About 4 to 6 ounces, or 3/4 of a cup will do the trick. Also, seasonings such as Emeril's mix or any house seasoning will help the spread develop, and salt is a must. When you do these things, the dish rocks. S..."
Feb 10, 2006 on Food.com
"Whipping the eggs is what makes this recipe truly great - I find it's best done with an electric mixer, standing or not. It makes the final product light and ineffable, the way the IHOP pancakes somehow always are. Thank-you for a classic, reliable recipe."
Feb 8, 2006 on Food.com
"This is like pumpkin pie, deconstructed. Super excellent and worked well without burning even in my oval pot. This rocked. Next time I'm going to top with cream and sugared pecans. "
Dec 9, 2005 on Food.com