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"A very nice, quick and tasty recipe. I didn't have green onions so I used a shallot instead. I also grated 1/8 teaspoon of lemon rind into the pepper/sesame mixture. I used a mix of black, red and white pepper. Served it with sautéed shitake mushrooms and snow pea pods."
"I made this recipe for a quick dinner. It was delicious! The only change I made was that I sautéed some sliced shallots in butter and mixed it with the chopped browned nuts at the last minuite into the topping. it will make this again."
"This is a great base recipe and a novel way to cook swordfish that marries the tomato flavors well. I have made this twice now each time a little differently. Tonight I added steamed minced carrots to the tomatoes that I had leftover from another dish and lots of garlic and oregano.I pureed the sauce in a processor. Previously I used 2 cups of c..."
"This is a great recipe, I doubled it and used it on sautéed snow peas and red peppers served alongside the fish. I got rave reviews. The leftovers a few days later tasted great too!"
"I used green onions instead of leeks, sesame oil instead of olive oil; chopped in a serrano pepper with a small knob of ginger and added a tablespoon of fish sauce and a teaspoon of sugar to the sauce. I also chopped a little mint with the cilantro. The fish was cooked perfectly and tasted great!"
"I have made many pies and tarts using this versatile recipe. I usually add a teaspoon of sugar for sweet tarts. This crust is very easy to make and roll out while giving a tender and flaky result. I have used it both for goat cheese tarts and pecan pies with good results over and over. Blind baking for use in a pear frangiapane tart was easy witho..."