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"I love the simplicity of this. It came out beautifully flaky and moist. I didn't measure anything and I only cooked 1/2 pound of cod, but yum!"
"It was my intention of make this as written, except for using home-grown tomatoes. Once I got sarted, I realized I didn't have Italian seasoning. Also, my skillet was too small to add the pasta. I chopped a bunch of tomatoes, some onion and a banana pepper and sauteed them along with the diced chicken breast. I added some chicken broth an..."
"Easy and delicious. I used Zatarain's Fish Fry, which is spiced with cayenne pepper already. I cooked the fish in about a half inch of refined coconut oil (no coconut smell or flavor). Crispy, delicate and delicious. We will do this again."
"Very good. I tweaked it to make it more diabetic friendly. Replaced half the sugar with granulated Splenda and the other half of Sucanat. Also replaced about 1/3 of the flour with golden flax meal. Came out moist and chocolatey good."
"I used coconut oil instead of canola or vegetable oil. Next time I will use a bit more Splenda because they could have been sweeter. They were easy to make. I got exactly 24 cookies, which never happens for me."
"We've just started taking coconut oil for the health benefits. I tried a variation on this this morning to help taking it more pleasant. We do use it as a spread on toast, pop popcorn with it and also put it on the popped popcorn (yum!), but the recommended dose for health benefits is 3 Tablespoons per day. I took one tblspn coconut oil, added ..."
"I was skeptical about the potatoes crisping as they cooked in water, but trusted all the great reviews, and I'm glad I did. They were crisp on the outside and creamy on the inside. I will experiment with the amount of oil. I want to find that sweet spot where I use as little oil as possible and still get great results."