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"I did not get to actually taste these, because the dough came out so soupy that I had to toss it out. I doubt I'll try it again as there are any number of recipes out there that I know work well for me."
"A really delicious recipe with a sweet, tangy, piquant sauce. I used fresh, coarsely chopped, steamed white mushrooms instead of canned; I think that was the only substitution I made. I used a Major Grey's mango chutney, and it seemed to go very well in the sauce. I served this with some haricots vert, garlicky sauteed zucchini, and some garl..."
"This was amazing! It was not at all difficult, but the results were just fabulous. I served it with Pommes Puree (from recipe 495914) and a salad of hearts of romaine leaves and a ton of avocado with homemade vinaigrette. It was a marvelous dinner! My 8 year old, who has become rather suspicious of new foods, loved it. Even my toddler, who is not ..."
"Very good! I simplified the mayo sauce a bit, mixing mayo. lemon juice, capers, and freshly ground lemon-pepper seasoning. The salmon cakes were delicious and simple, and the sauce complemented them nicely. Served these with roasted asparagus with lemon vinaigrette & steamed tiny red potatoes tossed with butter & minced parsley. Yum! Thanks for sh..."
"Very easy & very flavorful. The lemon flavor was a tetch too strong (it was a big lemon with a lot of juice), so I added a splash more olive oil. I used Dijon mustard for the mustard. It went very well with salmon cakes & tiny red potatoes. Thanks for posting!"
"So easy & simple, but so wonderful! I love the way the sausage flavors infuse the potatoes & cabbage. What an economical meal--it really stretches a little meat a long way! And it's enough to feed a small army! I'd say it makes 10 hearty servings. We ate ourselves silly and still have half of it left for lunches! I used red skinned potatoes, unpee..."
"I would give this a 5-stars personally, but DH thought it was just okay (needs some seasoning to suit his taste, maybe garlic & Italian herbs) and DS didn't care much for it (no surprise, though--he dislikes tomato sauce & crescent rolls). I enjoyed it--it was good, solid comfort food, and it was very easy and quick to make using mostly ingredient..."
"This was very good and very easy. IMHO, it doesn't compare to roast chicken, but it makes nice juicy meat for use in recipes or sandwiches. I cut a large onion into 1/6ths and threw in a couple handfuls of garlic cloves, and instead of the spice mix specified, I ground some lemon-pepper seasoning over. It was tasty and fairly juice, though the bre..."
"This was delicious! DH & I loved it. I added some onions to the crockpot, but since I didn't think of it in time to put them in the bottom, they weren't quite cooked. DH sauteed them while he shredded the beef, though, and then added them to his sandwich. We served the beef & juices on hoagie rolls with provolone & giardiniera. It was wonderful! T..."
"We loved this marinade! I used it for beef, and brushed the skewers of beef & veggies with the reserved marinade before grilling. It was delicious served with tabbouleh salad. Thanks so much for sharing, akgrown!"