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"These are truly fantastic! I love how smooth the filling is as opposed to the kind of meatbally texture other dumpling recipes I have tried seem to have. The only minor change I made was to the amount of oil. If you have a really good nonastick pan you only need about a tablespoon for the entire recipe. Thank you for posting this recipe!"
"These were great. I am new to the whole adding ricotta to pancake batter. I really like the texture and flavor of these pancakes. They did not rise as much as I like, but I will try adding a half or maybe a whole teaspoon baking powder next time. Thanks for posting Juniper woman!"
"I have to say...these cookies are absolutely fabulous!. I like how they are a cookie, but really taste a lot like a brownie. The only problem I encountered was I had to add about a half cup more flour. Other than that, DIVINE. Thank you for a wonderful cookie recipe Sparkle!"
"Is it just me? I do not think it tastes like bourbon chicken. Well�?� not quite anyway. I cannot put my finger on it, but something is missing. Do not get wrong this chicken recipe is really quite good, but bourbon chicken? Nope. Nonetheless great chicken recipe!"
"Ok�?�so I am aware that there are like a million reviews of this recipe, but I really enjoyed it as well, and wanted to share. So easy and delicious! I omitted the corn (only like it on the cob) and used 4 oz of fat free cream cheese as opposed to 8. Thanks for a keeper!"
"This is REALLY good. While I did not leave out the anchovies, (I too believe Caesar salad just is not the same without them) I only used 7 as opposed to 8-10, and still thought it was a bit salty. Next time I will use about 5 for my personal taste. Other than that...flawless! I really like the addition of pancetta. I wonder how turkey bacon would..."
"These are really good. The first time I made these though, I used a whole red onion and thought it was way too overpowering! Maybe my red onion was rather big�?�This time I used half a red onion and left everything else as is, and I thought they turned out great! I will definitely make these again, and again and again. Thanks for posting!"
"FAB!! Thank you. Tastes great and you can modify the salt amount. I opted not to add it and my boyfriend did not even notice!"
"The dumplings were good. I added some diced carrots, celery, garlic and ginger to make the dumplings a little more flavorful. I hated the sauce. As another reviewer exclaimed it WAS way to soy saucy. I even used light soy and it was incredibly salty. So I will keep the dumpling recipe, but nix the sauce. Thanks!"
"We enjoyed this. As Vino Girl noted, the original recipe call for waaaay to much olive oil. Why would you need ¼ a cup to sauté garlic? For the entire recipe I used maybe 2 tablespoons. I used a little bit of olive oil cooking spray for the garlic and mixed about 2 tablespoons with the chickpeas. Great dinner and even better lunch!"