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"I'm going to give this recipe 5 stars because my DH likes it so much. He's requested I it once a week. I was looking for a fast pork chop recipe and this turned out to be surprisingly simple and elegant. The herbs brown up nicely. I added some wine and a little broth near the end and let it cook down for a tasty reduction sauce."
"i didn't add extra oil. though i didn't have nearly enough for 2 tablespoons, i figured it would taste alright when i re-added the sausage and i was right. it was great. thanks!"
"i imagine this being served at Suri Cruise's tea parties. i used strawberry yogurt and added a teaspoon of almond extract. don't skip the lemon glaze, though you could. the cake has the consistency of a sweet, moist muffin. a huge hit. thank you!"
"my boyfriend enjoyed this so much i've made it twice in two weeks using the leftovers to make Pork and Noodle Skillet Dinner Recipe #50650. it comes out perfectly seasoned, tender and juicy! thank you!"
"oh my! i was surprised by how much we enjoyed this. i realized that any blend of Creole seasoning, like Tony Chachere's, would easily replace all the spices. i'm going to try it like that next time and see how it works out. got some extra tips (with pictures!) here: http://www.deadlyfredly.com/2010/02/chicken-lazone/ i thank you both for post..."
"i worried about using so much coriander, but needn't have. omitted the water and served it over steamed rice. we really enjoyed it. thanks!"
"i liked it and thought it made a beautiful dish. i used sirloin and only cooked it for two minutes (at my bf's behest) before adding the rest of the ingredients in an electric skillet. my bf, Persnickety Fussbudget, said it tasted "blander than he expected" so i handed him the sriracha. *eyeroll* next time i'll try pork. :)"
"my bf likes pineapples so i'll attempt this again, but it lacked oomph and the peppers and onions were overdone. i used tony's and sesame oil, but otherwise followed the recipe. next time i'll add the veggies later and perhaps some chili oil."
"i used tilapia fillets and i didn't have any fresh ginger on hand so i used crystallized ginger slices instead and omitted the sugar, letting it soften a bit in the lemon juice and soy sauce before chopping it. i have a spacemaker oven that doesn't have a broil option, so i let it bake for 10 minutes at 450 degrees, brushing on the sesame oil aft..."