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"The only complaint my kids had was that I didn't make enough! Next time (and there will be a next time, and a next time, and a next time . . .) I will double it."
"LOVE this! My kids even enjoy it, especially when we let them dip bread into it. So good with just a good salad and bread for a light dinner, or by itself as a great quick lunch. Thanks for sharing!"
"This was so good! Closest to the real thing I've found. After our trip to Greece last year, my kids keep requesting "real Greek food," but since we live in China, that's pretty impossible to come by. This recipe made me a superstar! I did use beef and pork in equal amounts instead since the kids aren't fans of lamb, and it worked fantastically..."
"Yes, this soup will not be very soupy, but that's how it's eaten in Spain. I've looked all over for a good lentejas recipe, also one of my favorite Spanish recipes, one that is not watery or soupy, so I'm thrilled I found this. Thanks!"
"I made these for my son's teacher's birthday, and they were a huge hit. She was calling in other teachers to try them. Super light and fluffy, just the right amount of lemon flavor. I used raspberry lemonade concentrate, and topped them with my favorite raspberry lemon buttercream, recipe #478087, and they were phenomenal. I think the frosting..."
"Super fantastic! I made this for Easter brunch (testing a new recipe on guests-always scary but the reviews gave me confidence) and it did not disappoint. Everyone raved over it. I forgot to add the parsley and lemon juice at the end, but it was still incredible. This one will get a first place slot in my recipe file. Impressive and easy."
"My mother-in-law has made these every day for 30 + years, and nobody ever gets tired of them. She is famous throughout the neighborhood for them. But the real secret is only baking them for about 8 minutes--they don't crisp up at all, they are very very soft. Just take them out about 1-2 minutes before you usually would think you should, and you..."