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"This was delicious! Before closing up the pot, I added some chopped fresh tomatoes, 2x the cumin, and salt. I added the spinach after I took off the lid and added some letover cooked basmati rice. Really yummy. Thank you for sharing this super easy, quick and delicious recipe."
Oct 29, 2012 on Food.com
"I have made these several times for myself, my 1 year old son and his little friends and their moms. They are delicious! Modifications I made: use all AP flour or use AP and graham flour. I think flax flour would work as well. Cut the sugar way down -- last time I used 1/4 cup + a couple of tsp of brown sugar. Plenty sweet. Instead of the pineappl ..."
Oct 6, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"Yum! I made this pie pretty much according to the recipe except I used cornstarch instead of tapioca. It was delicious!! I think it's even more tasty after spending a night in the fridge and having it the next day. It definitely screams for a big dollop of vanilla ice cream, which I did not have. This was the first strawberry-rhubarb pie I hav ..."
May 16, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"This was great! I am a vegetarian, my husband is not. He loved it. Me too. I could definitely see making this for a buffet or potluck dinner. The portobellos fry up beautifully and it all goes together really easily. I love the panko and parm coating. Nice recipe. Definitely will make it again. Thanks! "
Feb 8, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Stellar! I have made a lot of pumpkin pies and this is my favorite. It is light and tasty. I prepared the pumpkin as Alton shows. I used a sugar pie pumpkin which is essential. In the past I have gone the steaming and food mill method. Baking the pumpkin works beautifully! For my ginger snaps, I used Trader Joe's triple ginger snaps which are them ..."
Nov 21, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"Made this last night for dinner. Was really tasty. I had Ancho Chile Powder which I used (probably 2x as much as recipe called for and I used creme fraiche instead of the heavy cream b/c that's what I had. I also added extra salt. I used 6 ears of corn and 4 cups of veggie broth (instead of chicken.Throwing the cobs in with the soup as it cooks ..."
Jul 15, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"This turned out pretty well. I chopped the onion instead of slicing it. I suggest dicing the zucchini, rather than slicing to make it cook faster and also easier to puree with a hand mixer. I didn't have any creole seasoning so I used Old Bay. And I didn't know what chicken or fish base was so I used some Veggie bouillon paste. That worked pretty ..."
Oct 1, 2009 on Food.com
"Quite tasty. I marinated some shrimp in lime, olive oil, cumin, and salt and then grilled it. Put it on top of the salad. Delicious. What would be better probably is to add a bottom layer of lettuce, then the guac salad and then the shrimp. With some nice crunchy bread. Thanks for the recipe!"
Aug 15, 2009 on FoodNetwork.com
"I made this with round green squash, not zucchini. It turned out great! I added a little pepper to my cheese and panko and used only enough oil to cover the bottom of my cast iron frying pan. Worked great! So glad I have more squash on the vine!"
Jul 28, 2009 on FoodNetwork.com
"I made these for dinner last night with another couple. They're quite tasty -- the fact that they're not fried seems to allow for more of the crab flavor to come through. I cut my bell pepper and scallions a little too large. The tartar sauce was a little too tart so I added a bit of splenda to it. All tasted really good. Paired with green beans w ..."
Jul 28, 2008 on FoodNetwork.com