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"Tasted very authentic. My MIL lived in India for a few years and brought us back packets of butter chicken mix and this recipe tates just like that. She also brought me garam masala, and chili powder from India so using those spices I know made it taste authentic. It was a tad on the spicy side for me (I'm a gal who eats the "medium" store bought ..."
"I ended up using Romano Cheese insted of Ricotta since I couldn't find Ricotta in my grocery store and it turned out great. The mixture wasn't too runny and it worked perfectly for the ravioli (sp???) I made."
"Really easy to make, the food processer worked perfectly for it! The dough was a nice consistancy not to sticky or too dry. It rolled out really well and tasted great!"
"My husband and me LOVED this recipe!! He now asks for it every week...it is the perfect combination of flavors. And if you don't have apple juice in the fridge I've used Mango, and Orange juice, it changese the flavor a little but still tastes good!"
"These are wonderful scones, you'd never tell that they were low in fat!! Me and my husband like our baked goods more on the plain side so we didn't add the almonds, the almond extract or the dried fruit and loved them!! They are GREAT plain, or add some butter or jam!! They are moist, and have just the right amount of sweetness!:)"
"This is overall a very good mexican rice dish. You just need to correct the liquid content. Pour the can of stewed tomatoes into a four cup liquid measuring cup, and add water to make four cups of liquid total. The taste of the rice is excellent, it's a great sidedish to any mexican meal."