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"This really was as easy as advertised, though my cook time to get the internal temperature to 165 was quite a bit longer. When I flatten chicken breasts, I put them into a gallon ziploc, left unsealed, and whack away. The plastic is stronger than saran, and I seem to tear the meat less frequently. To reheat leftovers, I microwaved for just a minut..."
"Extremely well received by all. Once I combined the marinade ingredients, I put them into a ziploc large enough to hold all the chicken, in this case boneless breasts. I would not call it a paste, though the marinade is quite thick, especially using Greek yogurt. It is spicy, but deliciously so."
"Lovely and simple. Following some other reviewers' suggestions, I used Greek yogurt and substituted honey for the sugar. I find fresh mint an overwhelming flavor, so I used a fraction of the amount called for -- maybe three leaves, minced very fine."
"A keeper, though I used two 9 oz. bags of baby spinach. Other ingredients as written.
Second time, it doubled very nicely, using two large boxes of organic baby spinach. I used a hand blender before adding the paneer and it turned a quite soupy mixture into just the right texture. Extremely well received."
"My corn muffin critic went wild for this one. "Best you've ever made, Mom!" Followed recipe as written. I used my hands to work the melted butter evenly into the dry ingredients -- whisking got me to pebble gravel, and hand tossing got to coarse sand. Definite do again."
"Eyeballed amounts. Probably didn%u2019t have enough mayo, so I added a heaping spoonful of sour cream. Used maybe 2 T. sugar in the raw rather than white sugar. The funniest thing was using balsamic vinegar, which made for tasty, but truly hideous sludge colored coleslaw! Darned tasty recipe."
"Another terrific recipe, Kittencal! I modified, based on what I had on hand. I used 2 c. of yogurt and 1 good sized seedless cucumber, julienned, which works fine unless you serve it with cole slaw, which made for a monotonous plate! I used a salad spinner on the cucumber. Used barely 1 t. garlic, and combined yogurt, garlic, salt, and maybe 1/..."
"We've made this soup many times -- so simple and so fine! I use only broth or stock, puree, and then let it simmer longer than called for, resulting in a heartier end product. Room temperature natural peanut butter blends very easily, too."