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"We enjoyed this dish but I too had to add a lot more lime juice than recipe called for. I also increased the garlic and I grated it to make it more flavorful. Easy to make."
"This recipe is super simple and has really good flavors. Made it exactly as written and it's quick enough to make any night and uses ingredients you already have."
"I made this using recipe as a guideline yet tried to use up produce I had on hand. I sauteed one large shallot with four celery stalks chopped and four red skin potatoes with their skins still on but chopped into large pieces. Only sauteed above for about 4 minutes then added five sliced cremini mushrooms and two serrano chilis which I minced fi..."
"I used this sauce for a beef tenderloin we bbq'd last night. I didn't have any onion but I used grated fresh garlic instead. I added some Better than Boullion beef base because I didn't have any demi-glace. Delicious flavor and consistency was perfect."
"Delicious way to prepare broccoli. Amounts are spot on, and it had everyone going back for seconds. Very easy, with everything you already have on hand. Perfect!! I've made it a few more times and now Iike to use brown sugar instead of white sugar, I also grate my garlic instead of chopping or mincing it and I add grated fresh ginger to give it..."
"Really easy and tastes good too!! I read the reviews so I also used brown sugar to carmelize the onions. Other than that I followed the recipe and we enjoyed it."
"We all really liked this dish. Added dried onion flakes and salt and pepper to it to spice it up a bit. Also, by accident used the onion flavored cream cheese and it was delicious. Definite keeper!!I also used fresh vegetables and steamed them first al dente. Make sure the cream cheese is softened so that it mixes up well.Also, I like it cream..."
"This is exactly the recipe that IHOP uses. I used 2% milk,no cream, used Nucoa no burn margarine in the skillet, trick is to not over cook these crepes. I heated the skillet on high, added about 1/2 tsp. of Nucoa, let that totally melt, then poured batter in and swirled the skillet so that the batter covered the whole bottom of the skillet. The..."