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"When I first saw this recipe, I dismissed it entirely because I can sometimes be of the mindset that a delicious dessert should be difficult -- was I ever wrong! I made this with MissNezz's Vanilla Buttercream Frosting (19353) and got rave reviews. The cake was moist, deliciously chocolate and beautiful to boot. A must have for anyone'..."
"More like a 4 1/2. Easy and quick go-to meal on a busy night, and it's transformed into almost a new dish simply by changing the vegetables. I did find it to be just a tad too salty for my tastes, so using low-sodium soy is a good option here.
Unfortunately I didn't have any fresh ginger on hand when I made this, so..."
"I'm a little confused about this ingredient list -- I had printed this out over a year ago and finally tried it last night, but the ingredients I have printed out are different than what is reflected here. The directions still reflect the old list of ingredients and not what's listed, so I will comment on the version I had printed.Instead of ch..."
"Not bad; interesting flavors going on in this dish. DH loves peanut sauce and I love ginger - for some odd reason I've never had a dish with the two together, so I thought I'd give this a try. I used two chicken breasts and that seemed perfect because I like a bit more sauce. Didn't have limes, so I just used 2 TBSP lime juice - could taste a hi..."
"I thought this recipe sounded a little too weird, so I stared at it for a long while before I tried it. Last night I finally cooked it up - five stars. I didn't have time for a crock pot so, after I browned the chicken, I put it all in a glass dish and baked it at 350 for one hour. It was delicious, and I was so pleased at how quick & easy it w..."
"I was skeptical about this dish, but it really is a delicious Indian curry that only takes 20 minutes! My husband even loved it and he is incredibly picky. The plain yogurt really makes the dish - don't omit it! I love the way it brings out the raisins and spices."
"My husband is a peanut chicken fanatic - he's tried many peanut sauces/dishes and says this is on par with what he has had in restaurants. As an aside, I omitted the fish sauce because I was out, and the dish still came out beautifully. This was an easy dish, not to mention a really fun change of pace. I will be making this one again."
"Great recipe, HeatherFeather! I'm also going to put my vote in to change the name to "Houdini Chicken," because it disappears so quickly off of the table. I followed the suggestions of other posters and used boneless, skinless chicken breasts, reducing the cooking time by half. I didn't have enough honey, but it was still delicious. Also, the ..."
"I tried a couple of other Arroz Con Pollo recipes, but thought they were all rather bland. This one is a keeper, and so easy to make. Instead of using a can of tomatoes, I followed someone else's suggestion and used a can of diced tomatoes with chiles for added spice and heat. The rice I used was a mexican yellow rice, which already contains so..."
"I was very, very happy with this recipe. DH and I were on our way to someone's house for a movie night, and I needed to bring a dish. That night I was in the middle of a thousand other chores so I decided to give this recipe a shot. All I did was threw everything into my glass dish, mixed it, tossed the chicken breasts on top and added salt, pepp..."