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"This was good, plain, and very simple to prepare. Great to make when you're out of fresh vegetables and in need of something green on the plate. My only issue was that the garlic never lost the raw flavor. Next time I will cook along with the broccoli. Paired this side with grilled salmon and herbed rice. Thanks for posting."
"This was a very delicious dish. I made some minor changes, but nothing too substantial. For the filling, I omitted the green onion and celery. I used fresh mushrooms, three garlic cloves, and fresh spinach. For the outter layers, I didn't add the crushed garlic, just garlic powder. We also didn't add any extra salt. The outcome was great. Great on..."
"Absolutely delicious. I see that this is very clearly a summer salad, but it's winter here in georgia and it was fantastic ;) I substituted balsamic vingar for the red wine vinegar and reduced the amount by half. I also replaced the vegetable oil with olive oil, added three cloves of garlic instead of two, as well as adding minced red bell pepper,..."
"This dish was good, but ultimately too salty. The amount of parmesan cheese was overwhelming to the other flavors. I added additional vegetables and used fresh mushrooms. Thanks for the post."
"Absolutely wonderful. I make treat filled tins for guests and party hosts around Christmas, and these are a great addition. My husband grew up eating them, and though these are different from the recipe his grandmother made, he still loves them. Thank you for posting, happy holidays!"
"Though it tasted delicious, it did crumble.. but not in a tragic sense. The breaks were easily repaired by dipping in melted white chocolate and piecing back together. Thanks for the recipe."
"I was shocked by how delicious this recipe turned out to be. I've never cooked lentils before, and I really can't say that I've ever eaten them before today, either. I reduced the garlic to three medium sized cloves, substituted a 15 oz. can of italian style diced tomatoes, and used 2 1/2 cups of chicken stock in place of the water. After reading ..."
"These were good cookies for the mosr part. They were really dry, though. We rolled out some thick ones that were a little more moist, but the thin ones were pretty much like crackers."