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"I have to agree with BerrySweet in that the fish sauce was a bit over powering. I used the full four tablespoons as I do enjoy fish sauce, but next time I make this I will cut back on the fish sauce a little. Otherwise very tasty!"
"There's something about eating shellfish cooked in a delicious white wine broth that is so romantic. Paired with a good bottle of white wine and some crusty, warm sour dough bread, this is a wonderful meal for two...dessert is sure to follow."
"This is my new staple for chili recipe! I tried it over others simply for the name because I was making it for my guy's friends coming over to watch football. I'll admit that I added a diced jalepeno and a little extra chili powder for a good kick. The result was the best chili I've ever had and the guys ate every last bit. I'll definetly make thi..."
"This is a really good easy recipe. I took the advice of the other reviews and added an extra half a can of soup. We also used parmesan Rice A Roni which was all we had and it was great. Also I served it with green beans which tasted good dipped in the gravey. My boyfriend's response at the end of the meal was "can we make this again?" He's having ..."
"A definet keeper. The sauce was really really good! Sush a great complement to the shrimp. It was an easy quick dinner, but it took me longer than half an hour. I wasn't in a hurry though. My boyfriend who normally doesn't really care for cream sauces had seconds and was sopping the last of the sauce up with bread!"
"I've made this cake twice, both times it was possitively delicious. However the first time I was an unfortunate victim of high altitude ( I live at 7200 ft) and had a lumpy, sunken, unattractive coffee cake. The second time I reduced the sugar, and baking powder slightly and added a little extra butter also heated the oven to 375. What I acheived ..."
"These made great munchies at a recent football gathering we had. The guys really dug the hot sausage.They need to be eaten while hot though, not to good after they cool off. Next time I think I'll mix the cheese into the stuffing instead of topping it off. It made them look pretty but didn't really incorporate into the around flavor as it just sor..."
"This was really, really tasty. Not to mention easy to make. I didn't have any white fish and neither did my small town grocery store so I used imitation crab instead and it worked out wonderfully! I served it with a warm sourdough baguette."
"Delicious! I added a little extra red ground pepper and added a few vegetables from the farmers market that I was excited to use. A very satisfying meal."
"Really really tasty and easy to make as well. Not quite as spicy as I like it so I added some Asian chili paste mmmm... It really satisfies my cravings for spicey thai food."