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"This was excellent. It was a little on the peppery side for me but my husband LOVED it (& he doesn't normally like extra stuff on his steak). I omitted the oil & used it as a dry rub then cooked it on a foreman grill. I served it with a green salad, 'rice' cauliflower, and spinach with cheese."
"I enjoyed this but my husband did not. It was a little on the bitter side for him, I think. The crunch of the mustard seed was nice. Maybe I'll try it with a sweeter mustard next time or mix in some sweet pickle brine instead of broth/wine."
"I enjoyed this immensely. It was a little messy to spread on, though, and the fact that I had to use 2 pans for 8 fillets was annoying but it was very tasty indeed. Also, it's probably my broiler but it took FOREVER to cook the fish & then toast the topping."
"This is a very good recipe. I used it as a rub on 2 chicken breasts, substituted curry powder for coriander & garlic powder for fresh (because I was out). My husband was skeptical at first but really liked it. I'd liken it to Chicken Tikka Masala without the sauce. The only reason I'm not doing a rating is because I deviated so m..."
"This was very good. I doubled the recipe & used chicken ramen (not my favorite flavor but what I had in the pantry). Also, using rice wine vinegar I only made dressing for 1 recipe's worth & it was plenty to cover the salad."
"This was very nice, fairly quick & easy to make and my husband liked it. It ended up being a little dry for my taste. I should probably add more like a cup of the pasta water back into it or add a bit of oil to my pasta water. Also, I think I might omit the breadcrumbs next time."
"This was delicious! I had pork cutlets on hand so used them. It turned out thin & tender enough I didn't need a knife. The lemon was a very nice surprise."
"I made this recipe for the first time last night. It made 10 pints, 8 of which I was able to can. Next time I plan on reducing the salt by at least half and maybe switching out some hot peppers for chili powder. It was excellent for using up the last of last year's canned chicken stock (in place of water for beans) and tomatoes. I want to..."
"This was very good. My variations from your recipe: Cut the chicken into 1/2" cubes & Add 1 to 1.5 tsp. Salt. It was a perfect amount of spicy but not hot sauce & the chicken ended up very tender . Everything on the ingredient list is pretty much a staple in my house so that's always nice. Provided the husband likes it I..."