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"This is a very good caramel recipe. It is a soft caramel so if you want it a little harder, cook a little longer. I added some sea salt to the top when it started hardening a little. I think I'll go with parchment or wax paper when I make them again as the foil stuck in creases butter didn't get to."
Dec 16, 2012 on Food.com
"Fantastic. I cut the salt to 1 1/2 cups per other suggestions, I think I might cut it a little more next time as I thought the gravy was little salty. We had an 18 lb turkey and 5 people, hardly any leftovers! I brined it for 36 hours in a large water cooler container in the garage where it was cold. I also couldn't find fresh herbs so didn't ..."
Nov 13, 2012 on Food.com
"OMG, Melissa you did it again. This is a wonderful recipe, full of great flavors. My son was a little concerned about the tomatoes, me about the olives but WOW, we weren't disappointed. My husband didn't like it but then I knew he wouldn't (I took out some meatballs before I added the sauce and just made some gravy for them as he ha ..."
Apr 29, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"Made this tonight and it was good. We did doctor is up with an apple and tomato (my daughter had a lentil salad with one in once so thought we'd try it and my son added siracha, he likes the heat. I think it would be great with a grilled chicken breast on it. YUM. Will make again."
Mar 11, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"This looks very close to what Orgrans uses from reading the list and their mix is the best. Littlelost, cornstarch is gluten free, it's wheat, rye and barley that have gluten. I've been using it for a long with no problems and I can't even tolerate cross contamination from touching something."
Jan 19, 2012 on Food.com
"These were really good. My Celiac daughter loves them as they are a good alternative to a bun or bread for sandwiches, they don't fall apart when cold. I made them the regular way, white rice flour not adding any additions. It is always the requested 'bread' when she comes home. It's fine because they are easy. Just make sure your muffin tin ..."
Dec 22, 2011 on Food.com
"Exactly the same recipe my mom used to make beets. It's fantastic."
Nov 19, 2011 on Food.com
"OMG, this is GREAT! Since my guys don't eat seafood and I was home alone I was looking for something simple to do with the piece of tilapia I had. I didn't have the yogurt so used sour cream like someone else did and it was amazing on it, the light lemony flavor was great on the fish and I even used it on the spinach salad I served with ..."
Oct 16, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"This is fantastic! Even my husband who usually hates anything new liked it. The only suggestion I have is to use low sodium soy sauce. The first time I thought it was pretty salty but the rice, grated tangerine and green onions seem to calm it down. I did juice the whole tangerine and use that for the sauce and used olive oil to brown in. I f ..."
Oct 8, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"I really hate to rate this since I didn't follow the recipe very well. Here's what I did. I used about 6 apples off my tree into an oven save dish, added 1/3 cup sugar, 1 t. cinnamon and some ground nutmeg, then poured in rum, I think at least 1/4 cup. I mixed in 1/4 c water with 2 T cornstarch so it thickened, dotted with 4 T butter, loosely c..."
Sep 18, 2011 on Food.com