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"I used the recipe as a building block on a soft corn taco I enjoy at a local eatery. I used the carne asada part of the recipe. I added garlic as one reviewer suggested. I sizzled up the marinated meat and onions as directed and laid it in a tortilla with cilantro, cheese, and some sour cream. It was the taste I was looking for! Thank you. One of..."
"Very good. I just sliced my tomato and laid it on, rather than chopping and stirring it into the cheese. For my taste, I might cut back a little on the blue cheese, or use milder variety of blue."
"Delicious and light. Very refreshing. I used minced Vidalia onion since I was out of chives and green onions. It's a perfect late dinner or snack since it won't weigh you down. I ate mine as a sandwich."
"I made a half recipe using a 9 inch pan. I used some light Cool Whip since I didn't have whipping cream on hand. It worked beautifully!"
"I was unable to taste the lavender in mine. Perhaps my lavender is old? I will use 2 tsp. next time. A good buttery cookie."
"This was a very good sauce. I did not make the chicken part. Even though the sauce was good, it did not remind me of the PF Chang's sauce. My rice wine may have been too strong, or the vinegar. Will try again."
"I messed up and bought a tube of biscuits, (not noticing the 12oz in the instructions). Mine was only 7 oz. so I had tons of filling left over. My bad. Even with 2 tubes though, there would still be filling left over. Maybe they're supposed to be those huge Grands biscuits? I squeezed the heck out of my chopped tomatoes (fresh), removed the seed..."
"Very good! I bet this would be good with pineapple or papaya, also. Maybe a few sprinkles of toasted coconut as a garnish? Or maybe serve it with coconut rice. Next time I think I will add a minced clove of garlic along with the peppers and ginger. I bet water chestnuts would be great in it, too. Seems like it could be a very versatile recipe..."