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"I found this recipe many years ago and have made it most every Christmas season since. To the other reviewer who said people were scared of it, I always put a bowl of dip on a big platter, then put many different dippers on the platter, and a little 3x5 card folded in front that has the recipe title. It always disappears before the party is over..."
"I'm enjoying this asparagus right now! I didn't have red pepper flakes so used a few dashes of Frank's hot sauce. I also used white asparagus. A little spicy and very good, thank you!"
"This was great and simple! I did not have orange juice concentrate so used pineapple juice concentrate instead, which possibly added sweetness. The veggies on hand included Bok Choy, cabbage, broccoli, carrots, mushrooms, and snow peas. I didn't plan ahead enough to make rice or udon noodles so I did a quick Ramen to serve under the stir fry an..."
"Loved this recipe! I only had low-fat Miracle Whip in the house, which worked fine but I should have sprayed the pan first with some non-stick spray. The eggplant did turn out nice and crispy and we enjoyed it with some pasta and marinara. I was quite surprised to hear my husband ask if we could make this again some time!"
"Thought this recipe was interesting. I served this with Baked Tilapia and the mild fish paired well with the spicy curry. I agree with a previous review stating it lacked some pizzazz. Have many left overs and will try to adjust those to my taste! Thanks for sharing."
"Easy and good. Next time I will place the onions and mushrooms in the oven alone for 10 minutes or so before adding the fish. The onions were still quite crispy when the fish was done. Thanks for sharing!"
"Yum! We loved this recipe with one exception. I used Kikkoman Teriyaki sauce and it was too much teriyaki. Next time we will try less teriyaki or perhaps omit the teriyaki and just use seasonings and herbs. We used a cookie scoop to put the chicken in the pan, which cook down into small patties, perfect for wrapping with the lettuce. Thanks f..."