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"A burst of flavor and textures! Love the citrus dressing without oil. I used less red onion. Thanks for a fantastic recipe that makes the lobster the star, not covered by a sauce or coating."
"The cajun spices and zucchini make this so good! For the last 20 minutes of simmer time I added some frozen italian meatballs to make it a complete meal (I am not tracking Weight Watchers points). Thanks for sharing your Mom's recipe."
"Even better than going out to a sushi restaurant! I made some with short grain brown rice and I thought they were even better than those with white rice. Fresh and colorful!"
"This is similar to how we make poke when we catch fresh blackfin tuna, but with increased amounts of chopped macadamia and sesame oil. Everyone loves it, even people who say they don't eat raw fish. It keeps several days in the refrigerator and is good on its own or with rice crackers."
"Extremely unique, definitely not your Grandma's tuna melt! Hardly any cheese is necessary because the fish and onions melt in your mouth with goodness.The sweet and sour onion preparation is a terrific recipe on its own."
"Colorful and delicious combo - the red onion and artichokes are the best! Prep this at the beginning of the week to use for sides, wraps and omelettes."
"A friend recommended this, saying I would love it, and she was definitely right! I used nonfat Greek yogurt instead of sour cream and fried red onions from the Asian market for the onion topping. Note that the cooking time is not listed but in the original Taste of Home recipe is 30 minutes. I still gave it five stars because it was that good!"