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"Made this as my contribution to a girls' night in party. I used a lb of tiger shrimp instead but I used much more club soda, approx. 12 tbsps to get the batter to the consistency I wanted, and about 1.5 cups of flaked coconut. I served it with a store bought sweet and sour dipping sauce to save money on buying extra ingredients to make the honey m..."
"Simple to whip together and great flavors. I used fresh Italian parsley instead of basil, and Asiago cheese instead of Parmesan (personal preference). I also added mushrooms while sauteeing the garlic. Next time I may add some diced tomatoes at the very end right before serving, for a beautiful burst of color. I served this alongside Pork Chops w/..."
"Made the marinade exactly but baked in the oven. Used half breasts and half party wings. I liked how the wings turned out the best, the sauce held onto the skin more than the skinless breasts. Interesting flavors, would love to try it on the grill using only dark meat next time around like this recipe calls for. Thanks for posting!!!"
"I've never attempted to cook Cornish hens before. But after watching the Neely's demonstrate how easy it was, I just HAD to try this recipe. The seasonings sounded appealing to me since I LOVE lemon pepper and use it alllllll the time when I bake chicken, which is another reason why I chose to try this recipe. We're garlic lovers in this house too..."
"I used a tbsp of filling for each wonton, but next time will use much less because they were a bit too rich. i will probably use a tsp or less for each rangoon next time, and omit the salt."
"Nice flavor, but a bit too much of a grainy texture for a pudding. I cut back on the sugar per some of these other reviews, and it was still enough sweet for me."
"Simple and easy recipe to whip up, but will keep looking for a stir-fry sauce. I did add extra ingredients like Thai red chilies, ginger, garlic, and onions. But i thought the base sauce tasted too 'soy saucey'. It did thicken up nicely though!"