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"My chicken seemed a bit anemic when cooked, however, it was quite tender.
I also realized that the flavor profile was a bit packing, so I suggest adding a pinch of pepper, a bit of salt, and rosemary to the herb mix in the pan.
Now, as for the "white wine Worcestershire sauce, this ingredient baffled me, but I understand a homema..."
Jan 13, 2013 on Food.com
"Pretty nice, but since I have an espresso machine, I modified the recipe slightly. The milk, vanilla and brown sugar get mixed in the steaming pitcher, thus heating it gently and frothing it. Very nice recipe and simple to remember."
Oct 26, 2011 on Food.com
"Barring the sesame seeds, I prepared this recipe for onigiri filling, but I finely shredded the carrots so they will be easier to use as filling.
Flavor-wise, they taste much like carrots and peanut butter but a slight acidic bite. And a delight in an onigiri. The sweetness of the carrot with the bitter of the vinegar and the hint of nut..."
Apr 30, 2011 on Food.com
"I am always interested in recreation dishes, especially Chinese ones. And when I found this recipe, I was terribly excited as I enjoy Panda Express' Beijing Beef. This recipe did not even come close to what they make. It lacked the spicy boldness of the original dish and managed to render an onion and two bell peppers into tasteless bits of color...."
Feb 11, 2011 on Food.com