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"The 4 star rating is for the original recipe. The next time I made it, I added some Frank's hot sauce and cut back a little on the sugar. I have also used this on chicken thighs and had them in the oven for about 45 min. A very fast, easy recipe with stuff you have on hand."
"These are "off the chain" delicious! Followed the recipe exactly. Wouldn't change a thing! The 5 stars are for the original recipe and method.
As an alternate method, I folded them like won tons, then pan-fried/steamed them. (will post a picture.) Also very delicious."
"I used to have the cookbook with this recipe and misplaced it, so, thanks for posting this! I made them this way and they were really good - the 5 star rating is for this original recipe. I also used the cookie dough to make cookies with white chocolate chips instead of the marshmallows and they, too, were inhaled!"
"The filling was a little loose with the addition of the egg, so I added a little bit of fresh breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese, and that took care of it. Otherwise, followed the recipe and it turned out great."
"OK. A couple of things. Obviously, the thickness of the liver will determine how long it's to be fried. I don't like it pink in the middle. I try to find thinly sliced liver so I can be sure it's done. The milk soak is wonderful, and possibly tenderizes the meat. The addition of the sugar to the onions is good, too. This is a..."
"I can't believe I newer reviewed/rated this. I first made this for the lemon tirimisu recipe on this site and it was so easy and tasty! I followed the instructions for stove top and it worked perfectly."
"Well, I burnt the almonds. Luckily, I had more, but I didn't toast them. Made as directed, otherwise. Very tasty. Taking it to a party - that is, if there's any left!"
"This was just OK. Definitely not sweet enough. Fortunately, I put some broken-up chocolate baking bar and that saved it."
"The hardest part was cutting the squash! Turned out great, but I'll make more butter/brown sugar/maple syrup stuff (I'll double it!) since I like it very sweet!"
"Made as directed using a 3# loin roast. 1/2'd the ingredients and followed the temperature but used meat thermometer to check roast for 140 degrees. After I removed the roast, I blended the mixture, cooked the liquid down a bit and wisked in flour and water (not cornstarch.) The next time, I will add some herbs (sage?) and more onions, garl..."