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"Really delicious! We simply loved these. I used flaked flounder instead of crab since that's what I had on hand. Mine needed about 30 minutes in the oven. I served them with a honey ginger dijon sauce. A winner!"
"This meat substitute has great "tooth" and reminds me a lot of a Gardenburger "cutlet" product I love but is hard to find. I tried it using 2 cups of crumbled, squeezed tofu in place of the TVP with good results too. I cut the breading ingredients to 1/4 cup flour, etc. and that is enough. I have also used panko instead of flour for the breadin..."
"I was attracted to this recipe because I love cumin and I thought "what a great idea for a different pasta dist". However, the product, though palatable, was just not very good. Won't make it again."
"For those of you doing WW, I substituted non-fat cream cheese, egg substitute, 1% milk, and fat free cheese for the crust (I used 2% mozzarella for the top) and it came out extremely yummy! I topped it with chopped tomatoes, green pepper, green onion, fresh basil and some sliced black olives. My calculations are 7 points for 1/4 of the pizza with ..."
"For those of you doing WW, I substituted non-fat cream cheese, egg stubstitute and fat free cheese for the crust (I used 2% mozzarella for the top) and it came out extremely yummy! I topped it with chopped tomatoes, green pepper, green onion, fresh basil and some sliced black olives. My calculations are 7 points for 1/4 of the pizza with my subs..."
"OMG, what I love about this is the crust! It does NOT taste like a bisquick crust at all, it is fat-free, and it is so easy! No rising, or rolling out! Oh, and I additionally reduced the calories by using Bisquick Heart Smart and it was still fabulous!I used a 10" frying pan and I thought the crust was slightly too thick so next time I will ei..."
"Fantastic, easy marinara recipe. Really. I did add 1/2 teaspoon of thyme and about 1/8 teaspoon fennel seeds and cut the oil in half to lighten the recipe. So good! Using canned crushed tomatoes instead of whole allows you to skip that step. I will add this to my classics."