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"easy and tasty! I liked the tang of the vinegar, and the slight crustiness of the bread crumbs. I used spinach/chive breadcrumbs from Whole Foods, and Earth Balance for the butter. I also shredded my parmesan cheese. keeper!"
"great mix of ingredients, i read the other reviews and added a lil more spice, but something is still missing, still kinda bland. not major intense, so it'll be my bring-to-work-for-breakfast treat, but i intend to dip em in a pool of Mike's Hot Honey to provide a zing of sweet/spicy."
"awesomely simple recipe. i used ketchup and sriracha instead of the tomato juice, and added a lil onion powder and old bay. amazed at how well the wheat germ holds the patties together. didn't have dill. quick and easy. i made a sriracha mayo. i made four, but i could make mini patties and sit these out as an economical appetizer for guests. keepe..."
"excellent recipe! flavors blend nicely. right amount of sweet, tart, savory, and spice, but allowed my store-bought rotisserie chicken flavor to come through. chunky enough to put on top of lettuce, or on some hearty crackers. i don't like celery, so that was the only ingredient I didn't add. I also used vegan mayonnaise, which didn't make any dif..."
"pretty great flavor. citrus-ey but has a depth like a mulled cider, or cocktail. I would double it next time. I left off the last star, because there is no indication of how it should be strained, or how it can be heated. I kept it in the fridge overnight, and I strained it before I added the juices."
"this worked out really well! sometimes the simple way is the best. It put my fresh green beans in the comfort food category. i sprinkled real bacon bits on top to finish. family loved it."
"maybe it was because i used creole mustard instead of dijon, but this didn't work out for me. its a sauce i may use to drizzle onto some other salad, but it didn't wilt down and embrace the cabbage like i expected. maybe a lighter, napa cabbage would work better with it."
"great comfort food. i used chicken stock, its what i had, and some red wine instead of the beer, but the dish came out great, and made my home smell heavenly. loved how the veggies melded into the sauce, and the spices mingled and complimented each other."
"the most EXCELLENT crisp recipe EVER! the right amount of crisp, the right amount of sweetness. I used about 3 different varieties of apples among my 8 apples used. I added bits of butter with the apples along with a lil pie spice before i added the topping. The honey butter and oats made a fabulous topping! Not only will I use this recipe from no..."
"easy to do, and tastes wonderful. I've made it twice and folks like it a lot. I use dark rum instead of vanilla extract. there's just enough sweetness to go either way, light dessert or side dish"