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"This cumin was a little too strong for my family. Next time we will cut the cumin in half and add more cayenne. It was still better than the store bought stuff!"
"This was so easy! I made it in my food processor and it was flaky. I made a quiche and cooked it by itself (piercing it first with a fork) in the oven for about 15 minutes before I put the filling in. I also used it for a meat pie. I cooked that all at the same time. It worked both ways."
"This was great! I served it for a party with tons of kids. The adults and kids both loved it. I was worried that it would taste like tomato soup. I couldn't even tell. I uses all beef broth instead of wine."
"Sorry, this didn't do it for me. I had to add sweet relish and lots more salt and pepper before it tasted like the egg salad sandwiches that I remember. But, the lettuce is a great addition. It does make all the difference. Thanks for pointing that out."
"I love this recipe! It's fail proof! I remembered that I had to bring a hot dish for a brunch a few hours before the brunch. I weighed 10oz of basic white bread including the crust I poured 4 eggs and 2 cups of milk over the pieces and manipulated them with my hands to ensure that every piece was covered and soaking up the mixture. I let that..."
"This went over very well at my dinner party. It's cheap, quick and easy. It would also make a great salsa for chips. It was too spicy for me. But, I'm a whimp when it comes to hot and spicy."
"Delicious! I cooked the chicken in my crockpot with a can of rotel and a packet of taco seasoning on low for about 5 or 6 hours so the chicken shredded and fell apart easily. I doubled the recipe and was able to get 1 9x13 dish (which fed my dinner party of 6) and then another 9x9 to freeze for later. I also used both flour and corn tortillas. ..."
"I used 3 pounds (about 3 large breasts) of bone in chicken. The lime taste really came through. The meat was tender and juicy. My husband put cayanne on his. I also used about 2 tablespoons instead of the 2 teaspoon written. This looked beautiful and gave a different taste than baked chicken I've tasted before. I will for sure make this one ..."