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"This was good, and easy, but didn't knock my socks off. I only had one halibut steak, but I used the full marinade recipe, and used dijon mustard. It gave good flavor, and complemented the halibut flavor well."
"Awesome! I didn't have quite enough banana, so I put in a little milk. I used half Greek yogurt with honey and half Greek vanilla flavored yogurt, and cut the sugar down to less than 1/2 cup. It was a huge hit with no extra adornment. Thanks for a simple, delicious solution to what to do with that one overly-brown banana!"
"I de-veganized these a bit, using an actual egg, and I used apple juice in place of the soymilk. They were very easy to make, and quite good, though with a slightly chewy consistency (might be the egg). All in all, a very satisfactory, pretty healthy muffin."
"Though a bit time-consuming, this recipe was really easy and completely delicious. The parmesan didn't seem to add anything, and we discovered it was best eaten with french bread and gorgonzola on the side. I did end up adding an extra cup of chicken broth, because towards the end of simmering it was closer to stew than soup."
"Excellent! I used just under 8 oz of mushrooms, but left out the celery (don't care for it), used green onions, used parmesan flavored breadcrumbs, and sauteed in olive oil, rather than butter. Baked for 7 minutes at 400 degrees. They were delicious, but a bit salty (probably the parmesan). So easy and delicious!"
"We made this once basically as written, halving it, leaving out the celery and celery salt and doubling the salt, and using soy cheese and lactose-free milk. It was very good, but we decided to experiment and made it again leaving out the catfish and doubling the potatoes instead, and it was delicious as a potato-cheddar chowder. Thanks for the ..."
"This was an incredibly moist and delicious banana bread. Took a little longer in the oven. The first time I made it, used ground flax seed and water in place of the eggs. Second time, actual eggs--both work equally well."