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"Sorry, Lubie. I am sure these spuds are very tasty but over 1,000 kcal per serving with 38 gm saturated fat might explain the origin of the name of the dish. Yikes!"
"I used the marinade for a flat iron steak and grilled the meat after a 4 hour bath (for the steak, not me!). A very nice change of pace without being overpowering. I served it with steamed carrot/parsnip mixture and sauteed kale with malt vinegar. Recommended."
"This was a good basic bean soup but I felt it would be helped a bit with a larger range of flavors. I added one finely diced carrot, 1 tbsp sesame oil and 1 tsp soy sauce to the mixture. I feel lucky already and it's only the 2nd of January!"
"Not having quinoa sprouts at hand, I used a bit of fine cabbage slaw and whole wheat bread, lightly toasted. The sandwich was very tasty and had a nice flavor overall. Recommended!"
"A good and flavorful recipe but it was more of a paste than a sauce or marinade when I made it using allspice berries and all other ingredients PLUS 2 T water. My yield was about one cup. It could be used as paste on meat directly or used as a marinade or dipping sauce with progressively more water. Nicely done..."
"The combination of the red pepper and star anise was a good flavor for the pork kofte (kefte). Five spice powder would be a good substitute and somewhat easier to find--grinding the star anise was somewhat difficult. The slaw went well with the meat."
"This marinade produced a very juicy roast with our 4 hour dunking. As per Nado2003, we reduced the soy sauce by about half. The flavor was well-balanced and well-done overall. We cooked the 1.5 pound tri-tip with indirect heat on the grill rather slowly. Using our thermometer probe, we cooked the meat to an internal temperature of 150 and it w..."
"An hilarious recipe. (On a serious note, it you want more transparent ice, start with hot water--less gas is held in hot water compared with cold water). The only better recipe would start like this: Step 1: find a glacier..."
"Having lost our A/C at the height of a heat wave, I was looking for a good meal with little cooking. This fit the bill very well and has a nice flavor profile. Did substitute sliced water chestnuts for the canned corn as I had none in the pantry."
"Good flavor, easy preparation but one caveat: with high heat, the vinegar-honey mixture will very rapidly reduce and caramelize, so you need to watch the food and not the clock."