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"Tasted great. I cooked a bit different as folks around here don't like any crunch whatsoever to their lentils - I soaked for a few hours, popped in the pot of water and then did my onions.. the seasonings in this are great. Putting it over basmati tonight. :D"
"I wasn't really impressed by this. The cooking times were understated and the dish ended up burned by the time the potatoes were cooked through."
"I love this recipe. My fries come out tasting like I fried them on the stove, but I didn't use an entire pan of oil to do it. !!! :D Go easy on the salt and pepper."
"On flavor, this got 5 stars. Loved it. Substituted poultry seasoning for thyme but kept everything else the same. Cooking it gets 4 - The rice on the bottom of the casserole dried out and got crunchy which received complaints... next time, I would make more sauce and mix said sauce into the rice to keep it moist."
"Totally blown away by a Chicken Strip recipe. Wow. Followed all the directions, reduced amounts slightly to feed less people. Wow. Everything browned nicely. I did flip the strips halfway through cooking.
Will use this again and again and again!!"
"Great crispy crust. However, after cooking North African cuisine for so many years (husband), the chicken is sort of flavorless... I need to find a way to inject some flavor into the meat itself. The crust tasted good, was crispy, etc. Will fix again.. . might brine the chicken like another person suggested."
"Very good. Just a few tweaks: Added garlic powder, didn't use the parsley. I would reduce the salt by at least half next time just because it was incredibly salty with all the parmesan and butter. HOWEVER, even salty, there wasn't a single piece left. Very nice alternative to breading."
"I thought this was sort of blah. I had to jazz it up at the end with some pepper, more salt and a can of cream of chicken. We tend to use more spices in our cooking (not hot, just more flavorful) and it just didn't measure up using only garlic powder."
"Very good base recipe. I add on 1 tbsp of sugar and 1/2 tsp of vanilla to the recipe for flavor. We like to serve ours with a topping of melted butter and honey."
"I learned this recipe from my husband. He would (and has done it) eat it multiple days a week. The only things we do differently: season the kefta beef with the very finely chopped onions, parsley, cumin, pepper etc, the day before, or at the least the morning before; make the beef into tiny meat balls that cook easily.This is a nice easy d..."