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"This tasted good but it definitely wasn't authentic. It was more like Italian chicken to go with pasta. I added some cumin which helped, but it still wasn't what I would use for tacos. A thinner Mexican tomato sauce like Rotel or even a small can of red salsa would work better."
"These were tedious to make but my husband thought they were great. Probably be a lot less work with a tortilla press. I used Bob's Red Mill Gluten-Free All Purpose Baking Flour instead of the flours, and coconut oil instead of the shortening. They came out very nice and rolled without breaking. I found that rolling the dough ball between ..."
"I've had this in my recipe box forever but never tried it till now. It's not exactly how I remember Boston Baked Scrod, but it sure is delicious nonetheless. I used cod and some fancy schmancy white wine that's supposed to be a good substitute for sauterne, which I can't seem to find anywhere. I didn't measure anything,..."
"Very good and easy to make if you happen to have that many sesame seeds on hand, which I did. I had to run mine in the mini food processor a lot more than 6-8 whirls to get it finely ground, and I had to add almost double the amount of olive oil to get it to the right consistency, but the result was delicious and very fresh tasting. I used light..."
"This was great! I didn't have low-sodium canned tomatoes, so I just used extra water and it was so flavorful, you'd never know it. Cooked in the microwave perfectly, which has now got me on a kick of full-on cooking in the microwave. Usually I just use it to heat things up, but I've since made a meatloaf and lasagna in the microw..."
"This tasted perfectly fine as is, but was a little boring for my taste. I don't like to use artificial sweeteners, so I used stevia instead and used much less than the recipe called for. Maybe that was the problem. I ended up adding a bit of sesame oil, a handful of chopped cilantro and a few sprinkles of cumin, and that helped make it a l..."
"I scaled this recipe down to yield 2 cups because I only had one large cucumber. Came out fantastic! I was a bit hesitant about adding the mint (fresh from my garden), but after it sat about an hour in the fridge, it melded so nicely you would hardly know it was there, yet it imparted that certain delicious something. It was so good, I ate it a..."
"The taste of this pie was actually pretty good, but it was very soupy and it spilled over in the oven and made a HUGE mess. I've never had a pie spill over that much. After all the spilling, however, the pie filling came out very thick, almost like jam. Oh, yeah, this quantity of apricots made 2 deep dish pies for me."
"The recipe states the yield is 1 quart, but it is actually 3+ quarts!! The quantity of sugar is not enough for 4 lbs. of apricots, resulting in a final product that was just slightly sweet. Also, the almond extract overpowered the delicate taste of the apricots. The cooking of the custard added a lot of work and the end result was no better tha..."
"This was really delicious even without whipped cream! I hate using boxed Jello, but have to admit it was very good in this pie. I used fresh strawberries from my garden and a store-bought graham cracker crust. Next time I'll be sure to have whipped cream!"