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"Tofu is such a versatile protein and this one uses that to it's full advantage. I pressed my tofu for twenty minutes before tossing it into the marinade to maximize the amount of sauce absorbed in the fridge. I really liked the way that also meant on cooking the tofu had some nice carmelization and crispiness on the outside with a softer center...."
May 16, 2009 on Food.com
"A tasty side that also made a simple meal when served over whole wheat couscous. I really enjoyed the spice blend and look forward to using it in other dishes, even as a spice over popcorn. Want to try this with sauteed zucchini allowing for a bit of caramelization. Thanks. Made for the I recommend Tag Game."
May 15, 2009 on Food.com
"Chili is a favorite here both for it's ease in preparation as well as the flavor. This rendition was no exception, offering a great combination of flavors and textures. I made two smallish changes out of convenience and necessity. First, I tossed in a half a jalapeno finely diced with the first set of vegetables in lieu of the crushed pepper fla..."
May 12, 2009 on Food.com
"Although it is always best to read the recipe before preparing, I'm glad I didn't as I would have missed this delightful treat. The fruit was already in the plate and the topping mixed before I realized the cooking instructions called for a microwave. Undaunted, I popped this into the oven for 20 minutes at 350 degrees enjoyed the wonderful resul..."
May 11, 2009 on Food.com
"Yet another delicious way to enjoy chicken salad. The pasta was a nice twist and for mine I used a high fiber white pasta (Ronzoni and fat free mayo and Greek yogurt. The yogurt makes the dressing so creamy, far better than mayo alone. The apples and celery add a lovely crunch as well as the cashew garnish. I think scallions or red onions would..."
May 9, 2009 on Food.com
"Little cups of chocolate heaven. I made just a dozen of these replacing the egg whites with egg beaters and 1/2 the sugar with Zsweet, an organic sugar replacement which measures like the regular stuff and has no aftertaste. Served warm they were pure nirvana and satisfied all my chocolate craving with a deep chocolate flavor elevated by the coff..."
May 4, 2009 on Food.com
"These really hit the spot with a sweet sauce with just a hint of heat. I made mine using lean ground beef (90% and red peppers in lieu of green peppers. As someone who cooks for 1 or 2 this yielded a good supply of leftovers and those were amazing as promised. For a 6 star treat make a big batch and freeze some OAMC or add some extra water and..."
May 3, 2009 on Food.com
"Saturday has become burger night here trying those of all types some with beef, others with chicken, turkey, soy or beans. This was tonight's special and a wonderful treat. My bread was a little narrow so I sliced it on the diagonal and had two brushetta shaped burgers per serving. I made the burger mix as directed adding a small pinch of peppe..."
Apr 25, 2009 on Food.com
"I love roasted potatoes and these were just terrific; a nice crisp on the outside and fluffy tender on the inside. The generous use of garlic left the spuds with a great flavor. Made for the I Recommend Game."
Apr 22, 2009 on Food.com
"I was initially confused by the measurements but pleased with the results. The quantities of oil and spices were suitable for more than one ounce and an ounce yields far less than 1.5 cups. Like Chef Kate, I used less oil, about two teaspoons for two ounces and that was a good amount to get the spices to adhere and give the almonds a great flavo..."
Apr 21, 2009 on Food.com