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"This was so much fun. Instead of muffin tins, I used ramekins, which I greased before putting in the bread. I trimmed the crusts off the bread, and the slice did not quite come up to the top edge of the ramekin. Used ham and two eggs in each ramekin, plus some green onion and sharp cheddar. I ran a knife around the ramekin and the cups came right ..."
Jan 7, 2012 on Food.com
"This was a delicious roast for a Sunday dinner. It's easiest to poke the garlic slivers in if you twist the knife blade slightly as it is piercing the meat and slide the garlic sliver down the blade and into the meat. The garlic permeated the meat. I used a mix of sweet and white potatoes for veggies, and I thought the sweet potatoes actually were..."
Feb 25, 2013 on Food.com
"The eggs part of this was simply delicious. I made half this recipe, and ended eating all of it myself, so that you might want to think about the servings. I did not add any salt, as the cream cheese has some sodium to it, and I did not feel the need for it. I did add a good grind of pepper. For the toasts, I used the big Texas muffin pan. I sprea..."
Dec 8, 2010 on Food.com
"I've made spinach with garlic before, but the addition of soy sauce was new to me. I winged this a bit, as I was making just enough for me - perhaps 6 oz of fresh spinach, 2 cloves of garlic, and just a few drops of soy sauce - but you could tell it was there. Forgot about the sugar, will have to try that next time. A delicious side dish for liter..."
Jun 24, 2012 on Food.com
"Well, Dienia, I took your challenge and made it in the rice cooker. I made it in the skillet through the rice being browned. I transferred that to the rice cooker, added the tomato paste and other ingredients, using the amount of water needed for 1 rice cooker cup worth of rice, and let it cook. Turned out nice and fluffy, not sticky at all. The r..."
Dec 11, 2011 on Food.com
"Delicious. I am cooking very low-sodium right now, so I soaked and cooked dried black-eyed peas. While they were cooking, I made the dressing with just a pinch of salt. I also used fresh oregano from the garden and did not seed the tomato after watching an America's Test Kitchen episode which concluded that the flavor is carried by the jelly aroun..."
Aug 16, 2008 on Food.com
"I made a few adjustments, but I think this recipe really has a lot going for it. The 12 oz of fish is really a small serving among 4 people - I used a 12 oz swai fillet for the two of us. I reduced the fennel to 1/2 tsp as I felt it would be too strong for Mr. Grumpy and might up it next time - it was a really nice touch and about the right amount..."
Jul 20, 2012 on Food.com
"I usually make my broth in the crockpot, but as I am home right now for a few days, I tried this out. What a delicious recipe - the roasting of the drumsticks adds so much flavor. (And it did not hurt that drumsticks were on sale at the market! Thanks for a great version of our favorite broth!"
Feb 23, 2012 on Food.com
"I honestly expected this to be a bit bland, but the cumin, garlic and tomato really add a lot of flavor. But what takes it over the top in the onion topping - don't skip that. The lemon adds a nice perkiness. I did use veggie broth instead of water, I think that adds more flavor. I might add a little more garlic next time. Also, I reduced the lent..."
Nov 9, 2011 on Food.com
"This is an excellent way to prepare hard boiled eggs. Do note the instruction to cover with an inch or two of water. I would also add that do not cram every last spot in the saucepan with eggs - leave plenty of room around them, as well as cover them with sufficient water. It is the residual heat in the water that cooks the egg. If you have too ma..."
Sep 8, 2011 on Food.com