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"This recipe has potential. I prepared a batch carefully following the instructions carefully. After cooking on both sides at med. heat (not low as specified, the fries were crispy at best. Perhaps a par boil or covered cooking will get these fries cooked properly.On the plus side-they were very tastey, and I may cook the onions all by thems..."
Jan 9, 2010 on Food.com
"Incredibly easy and delicious. Just follow the simple directions, using the 25/20 time cycle. I cooked an 8 pounder, and it was perfect. I did, however, use regular, salted butter and added a few cloves of garlic.Note-it is imperitive that the fillet be at room temp. before you put it in the oven, or the time cycle will be off and you'll end up wi..."
Jan 1, 2009 on Food.com
"Talk about quick and easy!What a powerful, wonderful fresh taste.I was too cheap to buy a whole red onion when I needed only a tablespoon, so subbed a slice of regular, yellow onion.Great stuff."
Dec 17, 2008 on Food.com
"We got four sandwich steaks and prepared them according to the directions. This recipe was chosen because of the many good reviews, simplicity to make, and very basic ingredients which most all folks have in the kitchen.They were great, very tasty, and a welcome change from the same old beef recipes.Highly recommended.Laryofvt"
Mar 1, 2008 on Food.com
"These were great. We finally recaptured the consistency of my Gramma's meatballs-firm, not hard, juicy. One note-make sure the celery and onions are chopped VERY finely.There's no reason you can't take all this mixture and put it in a loaf pan for a delicious meatloaf."
Nov 28, 2007 on Food.com