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"I will go ahead and give this 5 stars because I think it will be there once I tweak it to my electric pressure cooker. I lived in Italy 13 years and I'm pretty skilled at making risotto, so I was very skeptical. Seven minutes was a little bit too long for my cooker, unless you like the rice really soft as opposed to al dente. I'll try 6 minutes..."
Aug 7, 2011 on Food.com
"This was my first time preparing mushrooms this way...so they weren't perfect...which I attribute to inexperience. They were really delicious. I used Italian style bread crumbs. They were just a little watery, but next time I'll follow the advice of another and pat them dry a little bit before adding the blue cheese. I think it's a good idea t..."
Sep 15, 2009 on Food.com
"It's snowing today in Northern Italy, so I decided to give this a try. It turned out really good. I like thicker soup so I added just a little bit less liquid and a small potato to give it a smooth texture, and a little bit of dried thyme only because I personally like it. I pureed everything with a hand blender. As Italians do I drizzled extr..."
Nov 24, 2008 on Food.com
"I've been eating the fat free honey mustard dressing at Subway and was looking for something similar. This was very good, but I have to admit I used light mayo because it's what I had...as well as rice vinegar. I added maybe a tablespoon of water and thought the consistency was perfect."
Nov 19, 2008 on Food.com
"This recipe was...ok. I followed the directions without making any changes. It tasted like it was missing something. Probably not something I would make again."
Nov 10, 2008 on Food.com