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"fantastic recipe! I've made additions according to my own personal taste but it works as a great basis. I put in a lot more flour which helps it thicken up quicker. I use the ratio of 2 cups milk (broth added) to 1/4 c flour. I also threw in a few morningstar farms fake sausage patties and chopped them up. The last ingredient I can't stress ..."
"Thanks so much for this recipe. You just made my Holiday party a big hit this evening. I was initially concerned about the level of molasses to the rest of the spices but the results were perfect. Don't doubt this recipe. If you follow the instructions it will turn out perfectly. As the recipe says you might need a little extra flour, but don..."
"This is a great recipe that I originally found in my betty crocker crock-pot cookbook. The only difference is that it calls for proscuitto, which makes a huge difference. It's so fatty and thinly sliced that it practically melts into the chicken breast. It's also a great addition to throw in some dried wild mushrooms."
"A very delicious and moist bread that was not at all difficult to prepare. The only thing I would do differently is add a lot less honey. Since I began baking bread my constant complaint is that no recipe has had enough honey for my taste, I think I've found my limit though. My bf thought it was absolutely perfect."
"Fabulous recipe. I make this often as a side dish for tom ka gai and thai green curry. Even my friends who travelled in Thailand don't complain that it's not traditional enough."
"This soup was a bit of a disaster for me. I don't think it was through any fault of the recipe though. I looked everywhere and finally found some shrimp paste (not too hard living in SF), the less repulsive looking of my options, had tons of food coloring in it so it turned the soup bright pink. Superficially speaking it was a disaster, but it ..."
"A friend of mine used to make this recipe out of her moosewood cookbook. They are a little bland until you add a little more spice to bring out all of the flavors. I usually add some tapatio hot sauce and some green chili powder that I picked up in Santa Fe."
"This is a really good recipe. It tastes just like the General Tso's that I get from my favorite chinese food spot. And it's even better than most cheap Chinese food because it has a lighter flavor. The only addition I make is in adding more spice and adding a green pepper. I will use this batter exclusively for making any kind of tempura."