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"Love this! I was suprised when I saw the top rated recipe didn't have potato (A must for moussaka in my book!. I added a splash of wine and grilled (broiled the aubergine (eggplant before baking. I also baked the potato slices. DELICIOUS my freezer is stocked with lunches to make me the envy of all my colleagues! Thank you x"
Apr 30, 2011 on Food.com
"FANTASTIC AND SO INCREDIBLY SIMPLE! Followed Cherry's advice and added a little parsley and garlic powder. I'm planning to use the chicken with cous cous and bulgar wheat for a packed lunch for work. I poured liquid residue and emulsified in a jar in the fridge....I'll be adding the wonderful parmesan mayo sauce as a dressing...maybe with some t..."
Aug 9, 2009 on Food.com
"Oh Fantastic! I make a marinaded mozarella, tomato and basil salad fairly frequently but it's never enough - what a fabulous way to make it stretch and savour the flavours! (usually the oil and dressing isn't used unless mopped up with bread Took it to work for lunch! (Oh and I never measure so I do a drizzle of this and a bit of that and it was ..."
Aug 8, 2009 on Food.com
"Delish! watching 2 x 8 year olds demolish them as I type...However, I don't measure things, I use my eye and tastebuds. I used 2 chicken breast for this snipped with scissor. Never done the 'brining thing' before - not sure if its a USA thing but gave it a try and soaked the chicken in 'some' water and 'some' sugar and 'some salt' then I drained..."
Jul 4, 2009 on Food.com
"So simple yet so delicious! It's addictive and I can't stop! I lined by loaf tin with bacon (English bacon not the fatty American stuff and it was fabulous! Next time I might add some cheddar cheese to experiment but it's perfect just the way it is. Thank you! Really economical too."
May 10, 2009 on Food.com
"Yum! and well done on the competition! Feel a bit of a fraud here as I suppose my sandwich was more inspired by your recipe. Didn't have Gouda so used Emmental! Didn't have raspberry preserve so used some Polish Cherry Jam (also served this as a relish on the side - see pick! - Didn't have a shallot so used a baby onion. I did have some slice..."
Mar 9, 2008 on Food.com
"I've never made meatlof before (not big in England! but thought I'd give it a try as I had some beef mince to hand. I hardly ever have bread in the house so I used crushed Ritz crackers instead of breadcrumbs. I wasn't sure what a sweet onion was so used a white onion (which I didn't sweat off first because I like a bit of crunch I also added s..."
Mar 8, 2008 on Food.com
"Me again! Just had to add I used a 213g tin of red salmon (I'm in UK so not sure what the standard size is in US I used 1 large egg and about 8 crushed Ritz crackers (my son loved crushing them in a bag! - I'm thinking about adding ginger and wasabi tomorrow for a faux japanese vibe! Thanks once again. Scarlett"
Feb 17, 2008 on Food.com
"Really enjoyed this! I reduced the sauce too much so just added a cup of water and it was fine (pineapple juice would be good too! - I plan to use this yummy sauce as THE sweet and sour for use with all meats, tofu and veg! Thank you!"
Feb 9, 2008 on Food.com
"Gorgeous! Great directions too! I added a chopped shallot to the marinade and used some of the resulting marinade in my cashew fried rice to serve on the side - YUM YUM! Could also add sour cream and serve over pasta the next day - Thanks this is a keeper!"
Feb 7, 2008 on Food.com