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"I don't know why it's taken me so long to review this - it's become my favorite steak marinade over the past year or so. It's great for the BBQ - it has a really nice blend of flavors that don't overwhelm the taste of the steak itself."
"The flavors were great, but I had some problems with soggy breadcrumbs even after putting them under the broiler. Searing the scallops briefly in lemon juice and butter and then broiling them with breadcrumbs and cheese on top was much better. Spreading the scallops out in the broiling pan is a good idea - it gets much crispier that way."
"This bread is really good - it actually tastes a little bit cheesy, even though there isn't any cheese in it. Mine didn't puff up either, but maybe that's because I used only chana flour (I'm not quite sure what chapati flour is). It also takes a bit of practice to get the balance between the wet and dry ingredients. I didn't use a rolling pin...I..."
"I was looking for a recipe that didn't use canned soup - I never eat the stuff. This was really good, and it turned out to be pretty versatile. I made a few changes - replaced half the milk with buttermilk powder and water, added some broccoli and a bit of worcestershire sauce, and put some grated cheese and breadcrumbs on top before baking it in ..."
"I love this recipe because it's basic and fast. The first time I made it with walnuts and the full amount of chocolate. the second time, I cut the amount of chocolate down a bit because I don't have a sweet tooth, and I substituted walnuts with hazelnuts. A great recipe - very versatile."
"Nice and spicy - lovely muffins. I'm not a huge fan of sweet stuff, so I'd probably make it with a little less sugar next time. Great way to use extra applesauce."