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"Great dish. Agree with earlier comments re directions. I made the beef first, then did the sauce. Cooked the meat, left a little oil in and did some stir fry veggies, then followed the directions again. I did think it was a little sweet so will use 1/2 a cup next time....and there will be a next time.Thanks for a great recipe"
"This was so nice, I had a big bowl for lunch, then DH and I had some for our evening meal along with schnitzel and boiled new potatoes....it was so yummy, then like a previous review I warned everyone off and had the rest for lunch the next day. This is definitely a keeper, in fact am getting the ingredients for me to have salad lunches for the n..."
"This was heavenly. DH had 3rds and I had seconds - this was for lunch, then we shared the leftovers for tea, yummo! This is a keeper, easy to make. I used the breasts off of a BBQ chicken and also went with the sesame/vegetable oil option."
"I was looking for a salad recipe to use up a large, slightly limp cucumber. I came across this one (thanks to Leggy Peggy). It sounded so different and it was. We loved it, such a refreshing flavour. It will be made quite often in this household. and my DB"
"I should have taken Barbs advice. I found these much too salty. I will try again and use fresh garlic and low-salt soup and see how we go, but it was a quick and easy meal. On reflection, I normally use Pearl River soy sauce...didn't have any left and used Kikkomans - I always find that too salty, so that would have been where the salt came from. ..."
"I made this the first time over 12 months ago - I cannot believe I didn't rate it.Anyway, I will do it now, after making it again. This is another way to enjoy your macaroni, it is really different with the carrot and eggs and cheese. Certainly a lot dryer than some recipes but seemed to "grow" in taste some where along the line. A keeper"
"I made this cake and thought I would publish it but was beaten to it - so, I will rate it. It is one of the better mud cakes, seems to have a different taste. Lovely and moist and morish. I've actually made it 3 or 4 times, great for picnics."
"Definitely the richest fruitcake I have ever made. I decided to make it as it doesn't have a lot of fruit in it (my 18 month GD loves it - a bit of a worry). I added about 100mls of port every week before Christmas..nearly a whole bottle...and boy, was it worth it! This will be on the Christmas menu for many a long year. Thanks Kooka"
"Like a previous comment I lost the recipe for over 12 months - could not remember which apple cake it was, but having found it again I will rate it. This was a lovely moist, spicy tasting cake...even DH who is not a "spice" person loved it...now that I have found it again, I will definitely be making it again. A keeper."
"This was a tasty, easy dish to prepare. I tweaked it a bit, after steaming the cabbage a few minutes I tossed in the almond and pine nut mix (all I had - but would use the pine nuts again)and browned them that way. I used roughly 600gr cabbage so my sauce was not as runny...but I have been using the left overs on toast for breakfast and it is del..."