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"I've made this recipe several times now, and the dressing is simply fabulous! Since I eat neither pasta nor sugar, I use stevia to sweeten the dressing and served it over shirataki noodles. While it was good over the shirataki, it is superb over salad greens with crushed roasted peanuts sprinkled over it. I also use only 1/3C oil (peanut oil inste..."
Apr 17, 2012 on Food.com
"Original 11/26/11 - I tried making a half batch of this today and was quite impressed. It's a great base recipe to tweak to individual tastes. I added some cayenne and skipped the salt (sodium-restricted diet. Next time I would add more garlic powder, some dried herbs and some old bay seasoning. I would also melt the butter and increase the quant..."
Feb 4, 2012 on Food.com
"I absolutely love this recipe! As a recently diagnosed diabetic, I eat very low-carb and needed an alternative to eggs for breakfast. I tried the hot cereal made with flax and just couldn't get past the texture. This muffin has NO hint of the typical flax texture and is both tasty and filling! A few notes- I also eat low sodium and therefore reduc..."
Jan 12, 2012 on Food.com
"Thank you for such a fabulous recipe! I made just enough for one tonight, using all the ingredients mentioned but without measuring anything. I used shallots in place of green onions and louisiana hot sauce instead of tabasco. I'm pretty sure I made extra sauce and next time I will make even more. I also sprinkled some parsley in the end, mostly t..."
Nov 20, 2011 on Food.com
"A wonderful spice mix! I made 1/4 of a batch and will mix up more as I need. I skipped the salt (didn't need it, also didn't have any dried chives and used only black peppercorn, fresh ground instead of cracked. I will try to find some dried chives next time. It was fabulous on shrimp. Thank you for the recipe!"
Oct 30, 2011 on Food.com
"I made this today with a few variations. Very delicious served with steamed broccoli and mashed potatoes! My mods - I added some minced garlic and paprika to the salmon marinade. I also added a tiny bit of salt and chili powder to the flour and reduced the oil/butter considerably. I skipped the sauce because I wanted everything crispy. While the s..."
Sep 1, 2011 on Food.com
"I have had this recipe in my cookbook forever and my husband finally made it yesterday. It was absolutely amazing! We made a few mods based on our tastes and what we had on hand - we used 2lbs of cut up boneless skinless chicken thighs (browned first, one large onion, 2 tbsp flour, 1 can each of drained chickpeas and diced tomatoes, 1tbsp honey, ..."
Jan 31, 2011 on Food.com
"Amazingly good lemon drop! We added extra sugar to balance the tart and shook the drink with lots of ice for a couple of min to dilute it just a bit. It does make 2 smallish drinks, so either serve in mini martini glasses or double the recipe. Thanks Denise for a wonderful recipe! Update - Oops, forgot to rate it!"
Jan 3, 2011 on Food.com
"Absolutely amazing cake! I made a half batch and baked it in a loaf pan. At the 60 min mark, I tented a piece of foil over the pan to prevent the crust from browning too much. Also added a pinch of salt and used the full tsp of vanilla for the half batch. I let the butter, cream cheese and eggs come to room temperature completely before starting. ..."
Jul 30, 2010 on Food.com
"I've seen this recipe around the net for a while now, but never tried. I was in the mood for a chocolate something with vanilla ice-cream today though. This turned out to be just what I needed! I made up the entire amount of batter (added a dash of salt too, then poured half of it into another mug and cooked that for 2 min and 20 sec. It was a li..."
Mar 15, 2010 on Food.com