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"Very good, hummus-like dip. My advice would be to go half on the lemon juice, salt, oregano and garlic, then add more to taste. I found I needed less of all these ingredients than was called for. I didn't measure the oil, just added until I got the consistency I wanted. Will definitely keep this recipe and make it again. Thanks for posting!"
"Everyone, the purpose of this site is not to debate the tools, but the recipe. However, to dispell the rumors, there is no warning on the Zip loc or SC Johnson site regarding heating their bags. Nor has there ever been. In fact most of them state they are microwave safe. As a chemist, I can tell you there are far more things for you to worry yours..."
"When I read the fat and calorie contents for this recipe I almost fell on the floor. But it sounded so good! So for 2 mushrooms I halved the recipe, using only a half tsp butter and 1 tbsp olive oil. The veggies lend plenty of liquid so you don't get a dry dish if you hold back on the fats. I then used lite cream cheese, lite shredded cheddar chee..."
"Easy, and delicious! I used cooking spray and forgot to add the melted butter and they still came out perfectly. A few tips from a popover master: make sure that your oven is HOT. Preheat your muffin pans by putting them in the stove while it preheats. Pull them out just when you are ready to fill them. Make sure your ingredients are room temp or..."
"Made crepes with chocolate mousse. Wanted to add a strawberry sauce that I could drizzle on top, so I made this recipe, but then pur?ed it. I added just a little more lemon to give it a bite, otherwise followed the recipe. After plating the crepes I poured the warm pur?e into a metal creamer, added about a tablespoon of heated rum to the top and l..."
"Excellent recipe. I used kabocha and dried spices. Halved the recipe for two, which was the perfect amount. Some tips: roast your squash. Such a wonderful aroma in your house and a much better, toasted flavor in your dish than boiling or microwaving. Add the wine first, then all your broth by the ladle and allow each bit to absorb before adding mo..."
"I have to confess I didn't have miren or sake so I just used white wine. Overall the flavor was good despite that though. Only thing was, it didn't thicken up as I expected. I had to add a bit of cornstarch to get it to be more like a BBQ sauce consistency. Keep in mind when making this, the flavors change as it cooks, so hold off adding more of a..."
"I would say this was good, but certainly not mind blowing. The recipe sounded so great, I couldn't wait to try it. I made chicken for my Dad and tilapia for myself. Both were juicy and the crust was very crunchy [I used panko bread crumbs and baked on a rack to keep them extra crunchy], hence the 4 stars. But the flavor seemed to be lacking someth..."
"I don't eat meat and rarely make it, but I made these for my Dad and he enjoyed them. He is the one that gave them a 4 out of 5. I saw another reviewer said you should broil them for a few minutes first to keep them from getting mushy. Mine were pretty soft so I could see where this might help. Overall he seemed very happy with them, so this is wh..."