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"This recipe was very much like our favourite Chinese-restaurant lobster sauce. However, I had to add some more fermented black beans and a dash of soy sauce to make the saltiness just perfect. Thanks for the recipe!"
"Great recipe! I used steak tips that I had on hand and they were delicious! My DH is not a peanut-sauce person and even he kept diping into the sauce (link provided in the recipe introduction and on the Cooks Illustrated website). This is a sure keeper!"
"Prepping the ingredients is the most time-consuming part of this recipe; cooking the dish actually takes only 10-15 minutes and is still quite easy to do. I added 1/2 tablespoon of granulated sugar to the sauce ingredients and used Sriracha chili paste instead of the pepper flakes. I also used layers of bok choy instead of the broccoli and threw i..."
"I had to scale down since I was cooking just for myself. I am from India and I know that this tastes a lot like the Karahi chicken I've eaten as a child in the houses of my North Indian Muslim friends. This is exquisite! For people trying out this recipe for the first time, I'd like to mention that drying up the chicken on a low flame requires pat..."
"I used Carr's table crackers instead of the soda crackers but didn't have enough of them for two cans worth of salmon so I added flour into the salmon mix. I also added a little worcestershire sauce, finely minced onions and celery. I dredged in breadcrumbs, let chill for an hour so that the cakes would hold well. I first baked at 375F for 15 minu..."
"This turned out wonderful. I used potatoes that I had boiled the day before so they would not be mushy. The only thing that I added was a handful of kasuri methi leaves at the end. This is a definite winner! Thanks for sharing."
"This recipe is absolutely fabulous! The spice blend was just perfect and the meat was so tender and flavourful. Even by American boyfriend, who does not normally like curries, liked this one and ate a little of it with some basmati rice. Thank you Tulip-Fairy!"
"The alfredo sauce tasted good. However, my boyfriend and I both agreed that it was too buttery. Next time I will cut the butter in half at least. I fried some chicken in olive oil to go with the sauce and used fettucine pasta instead of angel hair."