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"This was really, really good! The lemon and orange gave it an unusual, very tasty flavor. (We are used to boring Alfredo sauces!) I overcooked it a litte, but that is not the recipe's fault -- plus picky DH loved it. Definitely a keeper! We ate it by itself with fresh parmesan grated over it and a little bit of freshly ground black pepper."
"The recipe calls for 1 tsp. of salt. I am not sure how that got there! Perhaps something was lost in translation, but the recipe is supposed to call for a dash of salt (and even that is optional). It might taste OK with a whole teaspoon, but I wouldn't know because I rarely use any salt."
"I found this recipe while looking for a way to use up the rest of my kielbasa after Christmas and my curiosity got the better of me. I wasn't sure what to expect, but was actually quite tasty! I will probably make it again next time I have a leftover half a kielbasa. Thanks Carol!"
"I hate mayo too, so this recipe was a total godsend, s'kat. I brought the dip to work and it was a huge hit. I used a small amount of salsa because I didn't have any hot sauce, but it still tasted great ... and best of all, NO MAYO! :D I plan to make it again (and again and again!)."
"Lennie, you are awesome! This recipe was so quick and easy and the fudge tasted like my mom's -- except she slaves over a hot stove! (I think her ingredients are basically the same, but she just doesn't use her microwave much.) I am going to be making fudge all the time now! "
"These are great, just like my grandpa used to make them. Except, like Bergy said, that there should be granulated sugar on them. Other than that, dead-on authentic!"
"I haven't tried this one yet because I am not a big fan of shallots, but I must add that dill is indeed used in Swedish meatballs (at least in MY family's for many generations!) and indeed it could be argued that it is what makes Swedish meatballs so delicious. "
"This was divine! A little difficult for me, as I don't generally like "high-maintenance" cooking (i.e. stuff I have to actually pay attention to!), but well worth the trouble. I can't describe the taste; it is something everyone will have to try for themselves. It was just melony enough without being too much, and a little tangy. Very dreamy!! "
"These were pretty good. As in many other recipes, they lacked dill (an essential ingredient!) but overall tasted very similar to my family's recipe, if a little bland. When I reheated them, I added a teaspoon and a half of crushed dill to the sauce, simmered it for awhile, and it was divine!"
"These were very funny tasting. Granted, I have been eating Swedish meatballs my whole life and I have a very particular idea of how they should taste. I really did not like the soy sauce. If Goddess had meant for soy sauce to be in this recipe she would have called them Chinese meatballs. I think that this recipe would have been vastly improved by..."