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"The flavor of this recipe is spectacular. It's a bit of work to chop everything and grind it in the food processor twice but totally worth the effort and time required. I used two onions instead of three (since I forgot to buy extra onion for this recipe and that seemed to work out just fine as far as the composition went.)
"I've made this recipe a couple times now for potlucks and I've been happy both times. This time I made it from dried chickpeas which I soaked 8 hours overnight and then cooked for two hours before making this recipe. (You still cook the chickpeas with the other ingredients for the length prescribed here.)
If people w..."
"This is a great recipe; easy to make. I especially like the use of chili powder which makes it almost a comfort food. Will definitely make it again!"
"I really liked the taste of the chili powder with the cod. I didn't have my oven available to make this dish so I used a skillet instead and sprinkled the first round of spices on one side and the lime, cumin and "butter" when I turned the filet over. I used a coconut-based butter alternative and only 1 tbsp (or half). The piece of ..."
"This is a good recipe, but there was some confusion over the meat cut and serving size. When I sent the hubby to the store to pick up 8 one-inch thick lamb chops he came home with 7 packets of individual lamb chops (mostly lamb shoulder chop) with one being a double pack of two cuts. This seemed to be more meat than would equal four servings (and ..."
"This is great! I cut the recipe measurements in half to cook for two chicken breasts. Although I accidentally used a whole clove of garlic (instead of halving the amount), it still came out great. I figured: 1) you can never have too much garlic and 2) garlic cloves vary in size anyway.
My husband really liked this and I found..."
"This is a great recipe, easy to prepare and was almost completely gone by the time I left the potluck. I made it for a holiday party because the red, white and green dill colors would complement the festivities well. I like that it is healthy and tasty and something everyone can enjoy, including vegetarians and vegans.
"This was a huge hit at Thanksgiving. I made it for the boys to eat when watching football after dinner and served with Trader Joe's versions of Trisket ("reduced-guilt") and Ritz, plus lentil curls. Even my most health-conscious cousin-in-law was more excited about this dip than the veggie platter and home-made butternut humus! <..."
"I made these for a birthday brunch for my mother-in-law and sister-in-law. They are both fans of carrot cake so I thought this would be an unexpected surprise that would be easy for everyone to enjoy (and for me to make) without being overly rich and heavy (especially for an early Sunday morning family get-together.)
I used a..."
"My husband and I really liked this recipe. Healthy, relatively easy, I bought a roasting chicken and then halved the recipe in order to use up a half can of leftover canned peeled tomatoes. Since I was cooking for two, I removed the two chicken breasts to make about one pound. (Next time I can buy the chicken breasts outright, and save myself some..."