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"My husband had a stroke and is now on a no salt, low fat diet. So deep fried and teriyaki catfish are off the menu now. Decided to try this recipe without the salt. This was so wonderful that we didn't even miss the salt! So flavorful and moist. I took the suggestion of other reviewers and combined only 1 T. of paprika (omitting the salt, lem..."
"This was simple and satisfying! No, it isn't the restaurant kind but it is tasty in itself. I beat the egg and cooked it in the butter and then removed it b/4 adding the onion and rice. Be sure to really brown the rice and onion nicely. Then I added the cooked egg, which I chopped up, back into the pan. If I had had some leftover meat or shri..."
"This was superb! I cut the recipe in half for three people. I did use fresh mozzarella cheese (vacuum packed--no water). I think it probably melts a little easier than the grated prepackaged stuff. After draining the pasta well, take the sauce off the heat and add the drained pasta to the sauce in the pan. Give it a chance to adhere to the pa..."
"I don't know what I did wrong but it never got pass 220 degrees for me. I'm heart-sick because I used premium, juicy, freshly picked strawberries from Eckert's in IL. When I added the lemon juice to the boiling mixture, it curdled. That was not a good indicator, in my book. Save yourself a lot of TIME and disappointment and make some "Cinnamon..."
"Couldn't find lemon yogurt so I had to use "lemon pie" yogurt by WW. This was delightful and refreshing! A nice combination of flavors and it's very pretty to serve."
"I made the recipe as written and it was terrible! W-a-y too strong and not sweet enough BUT if you make my revised version, I think you will enjoy this on a hot summer day! You might consider making half a batch unless you plan on giving some away as I doubled the sugar (2 1/2 C.). When you make it, use only 1 Tb. for each 1 C. of hot water. I..."
"This was a nice change from the usual "soup". I was making this for my teenage son and he isn't a big fan of veggies so I divided the recipe and used only 1/4 pkg. of seasoning since there weren't any veggies. Saved a little of the water that the noodles were cooked in to moisten them just a tad and just a couple shakes of ground ginger. It was..."
"This was such a nice change from just plain strawberries and so easy to make. Served mine over vanilla ice cream but they were yummy all by themselves, too!"
"Yummylicious and easy! Thanks to another reviewer, I substituted the Miracle Whip w/ 1 C. of real mayo, 1 tsp. lemon juice, and 1/2 tsp. sugar. I poached three chicken breasts on the stove after brining them for 1 hour in 2 C. of water and 1-1/2 Tbsp. of salt in the refrigerator. Be sure to thoroughly rinse them b/4 poaching. This makes them n..."
"This was fabulous and easy! Tastes just like the real thing. I think it's the Cool Whip that does it and I like the fact it doesn't call for egg whites like my other recipe does. The only change I made was cut the sugar in half. I would also disagree w/ the amount that it serves. No way does it serve 3, two maybe--LOL!"