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"Wow! This is really great! I've tried before to make macaroni salad on my own and couldn't get it to taste right. I really think that it came down to the mustard and the vinegar...I would have never thought to put those in the dressing: A keeper, thank you! **I omit the olives and bacon for potlucks at work--still a hit:
Apr 13, 2013 on Food.com
"Exactly what I was looking for--I needed a recipe that had the eggs factored in as a binder to help the pasta hold up when cut for serving. Saw several that didn't and the photos pretty much looked like a normal plate of spaghetti and meat sauce.
I read several of the reviews and decided to make this layered--pasta/egg binder, smear of..."
Dec 26, 2012 on Food.com
"Really enjoyed the results of the brine. I used a bottle of apple juice I needed to finish up and the only addition I made was some fresh parsley and the zest of half a lemon.
I did follow the instructions of another brine recipe I found when looking for one to try. I rinsed the meat off twice and patted dry prior to cooking. I know the tre ..."
Dec 9, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"I hadn't made pepper steak in forever and wanted to find a recipe similar to what I used to make and this was almost it. I really enjoyed it and only made a couple of changes--no celery, used water chestnuts and used these awesome orange grape tomatoes halved added at the end. I forgot I was out of cornstarch but will pick some up tomorrow for t..."
Nov 11, 2012 on Food.com
"Skipped backtracking at the grocery store to pick up a bottle of this because I knew I'd find a good recipe here that I could make with kitchen staples and I was right:
After reading some reviews, I did omit the granulated sugar. I held off adding until everything else was mixed in and tasted. The sugar came from the minced sweet and s..."
Sep 8, 2012 on Food.com
"I really liked this recipe as a starting point. I've made it as posted with homemade stock, with boxed stock and with additions. As posted it's good but yeah, mild even with jalepeno in it. I always do my own thing with seasonings as I think most people do. I used Goya Sazon in this, a dried herb salt free blend as well.
I've al ..."
Jan 29, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"I really enjoyed this recipe. I made it pretty close to the directions with only a couple additions.
Used 97/3 ground beef, 1 lb (what I had on hand, I cooked it about halfway as directed. I had also seen a Cuban cook make this on Diner's DriveIns & Dives and that's how she cooked her meat, halfway.
I grated the garlic w/ a micropl..."
Oct 26, 2011 on Food.com
"Have made this several times for the work crowd and it is an enormous hit. There is a grocery store chain here that makes this type of deli salad and everyone says this is dead on just like it.
I roast my chicken breasts, skin on/on the bone seasoned with salt and pepper, then remove the meat when cooled. I save up the roasted bones in ..."
Jul 31, 2011 on Food.com
"These are exactly the recipe a fried uses and I've just made them for the first time myself and they're perfect. I'm not a rosemary fan so I used 1/2 the rosemary and the rest fresh thyme and a sprinkle of powder. My friend sometimes changes up the sausage, either using hot breakfast or even Italian sausage w/ cheddar, parmesan, garlic and basi..."
Jun 19, 2011 on Food.com
"I really like this recipe and haven't really found many that will take its place for old fashioned mac and cheese. I've only added 2 things that I did like from other recipes and they are strictly a matter of personal taste. 1/2 tsp dry mustard powder and a couple of shakes of Tabasco to the roux.
I also found that I get fewer lumps a..."
Jun 12, 2011 on Food.com