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"This was a pretty nice dish - I had the recipe on hand for a few months until I finally got around to trying it. I made it exactly as written, except that instead of using canned chicken broth, I used chicken bouillon granules, making 4 cups worth of bouillon according to the recipe on its package. This was also the first time I'd ever bought drie..."
"This was a great recipe. I made it pretty much exactly as written, using 4 tilapia filets, and breadcrumbs instead of the crushed crackers. I've only made breaded things a couple of times before, with mediocre results, but this worked better. The taste, however, was wonderful. I can highly recommend this dish."
"Sorry, I wasn't impressed by this very much. I tried to make it exactly as written. I used about 4 T. of bacon grease, a can of Campbell's chicken noodle soup, and about 3.5 T. of cajun seasoning. I tend to like highly seasoned food, but being on the high end of the "2-4 tablespoons" was way too much, plus way too salty. So it sort of ruined the d..."
"I guess I'll give this one of my rare 5-star reviews. This is very easy to make, and has just 5 ingredients. But for what it is, it's great. I didn't expect much, and was nicely surprised. I ate the whole thing myself, over several dinners (and served over cooked Basmati rice), and enjoyed the last serving just about as much as the first. I made i..."
"This was fairly nice, albeit simple. I made it twice, since I had about two pounds of frozen scallops to use up. I made it exactly as written, opting for Italian parsley instead of cilantro. This first time I ate it as is, and thought there was too much juice/butter in the baking dish, as well as too much herbs. The second time, I served it over c..."
"This was pretty nice. I made it exactly as written, using a small yellow onion and 3 cloves of garlic. I sauteed the onion on medium-low heat, and the final simmer was for the full 10 minutes. I served it over a pound of cooked linguine for 2 big dinners. Enjoyed it!"
"This was pretty tasty. I made it almost exactly as written. I had a slightly bigger (1.04 lbs.) piece of skin-on salmon, which I cut in half, then marinated for about 3 hours. Since I was using up a bottle of sesame seeds, I probably used about 1 tsp. per piece. I'm not sure I've ever broiled anything before, and was pretty unsure of the technique..."
"This is a somewhat familiar kind of recipe, and pretty simple, but the biscuit and sesame seed topping has a vaguely fancy feel. It really did kind of taste like sloppy joes on a sesame seed bun (albeit with the addition of the cheese). I made this exactly as written, using mostly 85% grond beef and a little 93% I had on hand, and the cheddar was ..."
"I liked this a lot. It sounded a lot like something right off a Chinese restaurant menu. I tried to make it exactly as written, but I skipped steps 4-7 because I was cooking it right away instead of freezing it for later. I was a tad disappointed that the chicken didn't come out golden brown like in the picture. I cooked it for quite a while, turn..."
"This was just okay to me. I made it exactly as written, using "Penzeys Jerk Seasoning for Chicken and Fish" for the "caribbean jerk seasoning". I used four "hand-trimmed chicken breast halves" averaging about .6 lbs. each (not too big), and grilled them. I guess my main complaint is that the spice paste didn't go very far - I would've liked a robu..."