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"This has great flavors. The veggie mixture looked like it was going to make the burgers soft, as it was pretty wet. So I poured them in a tea towel and squeezed them dry before I added them. It worked great. I'm a personal chef. This is my client's favorite turkey burger."
Oct 8, 2011 on Food.com
"I've made this a couple of times. It tastes really good. The marinade is excellent. It's easy to make. It's difficult to serve. Butterfliying it makes the marinade reach more of the beef, but makes for strange slicing. I also think it's overcooked. I will cook it less than the recipe calls for next time. I would say i'ts a 5, except for the slicin..."
Jul 25, 2011 on Food.com
"This is a decent recipe and very easy to make. It would be perfect for a family meal mid week. However, credit where credit's due - it's a South Beach recipe from the first book."
Oct 20, 2010 on Food.com
"We need low fat and low carb beef recipes. Without the pasta, this is low carb. So, we made this several times, each time tweaking the recipe to improve the flavor. We marinated the beef overnight in the dressing, we increased the garlic, added fresh basil, added Italian seasoning and it was still bland. We finally gave up and decided not to use t..."
Oct 6, 2010 on Food.com
"I've made this recipe many times. It's a great recipe for South Beach. I got it off the Kraft website, where it called for their South Beach Balsamic Dressing instead of Italian. They took it down when they stopped making the dressing."
Mar 3, 2010 on Food.com
"This had a really strange texture and broke up when you removed it from the pan. It was also too "mustardy", as that was the only thing you could taste. Were I to modify the recipe to improve it, I would cut the mustard at least in half and reduce the milk to 1/2 cup. That might help."
Oct 28, 2009 on Food.com
"This is a great recipe. The second time I made it, I just used my favorite bottled sauce. They were still great and lots easier. I also cut back on the oven time a little bit, as I don't like my ribs to fall apart on the grill."
Jul 1, 2009 on Food.com
"I've made this twice. I made it by the recipe the first time. The cajun spice was so overwhelming that I added a can of diced tomatoes to tone it down (not too hot, but too much spice, as in thyme, etc. I made it again this week, but cut the spice to 2 tsp. and used a different brand of cajun seasoning (Tone's. It still wasn't good, nor was it a..."
Apr 29, 2009 on Food.com
"This is my favorite crustless quiche recipe - and I don't even like spinach! I'm a personal chef and make crustless quiches, frittatas and the like at least three or four times per week. This is the absolute best! I make it will all low fat ingredients and turkey bacon and it's still good. Definately a 5."
Aug 11, 2008 on Food.com
"I made this twice. First I followed the recipe. It just didn't have much flavor. I thought it might be the lemon grass, so I tried the recipe again. It was just blah, not bad, just blah. On the positive side, it's pretty. If you like bland food, it's for you."
Jul 30, 2008 on Food.com