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"This was delicious. We both loved it, made as written, except using sliced pork tenderloin instead of chops. Perfect balance of sweet, sour, heat and flavor. Umami? It's a keeper."
"Yummy! I'm not even a chow mein fan but this was interesting enough to try and we really liked it. Long cooking the pork was key, plus adding some extra soy, some chili/garlic sauce, and the molasses was such a silver bullet....who would have thought of that? I added bok choy for extra crunch and nutrition and used a lot less pork."
"This bread is so great. I've tried perhaps 50 different bread recipes and none came close. Especially amazing since it's all whole grain and yet stays so moist and has such a nice texture. I use whatever germ, bran, nut I have,and even Chia seeds give it a nice little crunch. Thanks for sharing this."
"We really liked this, even with the improvisations I had to make. Made for two people and I used some precooked chicken breast, cut into small pieces, warmed in butter with fresh garlic and Spike seasoning which contains most of the seasonings (dill, parsley, lemon/orange peel, pepper, herbs). Then added 3/4 cup of chicken broth/white wine and hal..."
"These are really good %u2013 I used chopped dates and walnuts in instead of chocolate chips the first time and that worked well too. They are really soft when first out of the oven and need to cool completely to firm up before you move them around, or else they fall apart easily. I used brown sugar/splenda blend for the brown sugar, regular whit..."
"Added a bit of Montreal Grill Seasoning to the meat with the horseradish. Used beef broth, skim milk and 2 T. low fat cream cheese for the sauce with the dash of Worcestershire and a sprinkle of fresh thyme, and it thickened up nicely and looked and tasted like the real thing without much fat at all. Even with the canned mushrooms I had, this wa..."
"I cut the ingredients in half, using 2 1/2 cups of white bread flour, and 1/2 cup of white WW flour. Added a pinch of Italian herb blend and a sprinkle of garlic powder. Did the two risings, then cut the dough in half and popped one in the fridge in a zip bag and the other in the freezer for later. Made pizza the next day, and it was AWESOME! ..."
"This was sooooo goood! I picked up some red lentils for the first time just to make this, because I have chard growing in the yard and wanted something different to do with it. I loved the idea of curry, even though it seemed a little different with chard, but it all converged into a wonderful depth of flavors. I only had 1/2 the amount of coco..."
"Made it exactly as directed and it tasted great. Hubby loved it and asked me to make the sauce to put on other things often. (don't miss adding the ginger to the sauce as it isn't listed with the rest of the ingredients, just in the directions) The pork was perfectly crispy and delicious. My only complaint is that it is definitely greasier than..."
"Cut sugar in half, used F/F sour cream, F/F milk, and egg beaters, to cut down on calories, and baked it in my cast iron skillet. Still came out nice and moist and flavorful. It's a keeper."