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"I love this salad. My version is only slightly different. The apple I use is a Granny Smith. I use cashew halves & pieces. I add sliced green onions."
"This is a great appetizer. It can be made ahead of time and it feeds a lot of people. I have used it several times for dinner parties and for pot-luck events and it is always a hit.
For those that want a spicier product, add several drops of hot sauce to the cream cheese mix before baking."
"I have prepared this several times, including for a gourmet dinner club and a 5 course dinner for 18. This is flavorful, allows for early prep work, and gets rave reviews. I was a little nervous about lamb because I thought it was hard to get it tender and not overcook. Not an issue with this recipe at all!"
"This is fabulous! I served this for a fund-raising dinner to 150 people (used the portions to figure out how much to buy).
It was a huge hit, I've sent this link to a lot of people that were at the dinner. So easy, we made it a day ahead and let it sit in the fridge overnight. It's very colorful, healthy and fit's most diets. We didn't add ..."
"A real winner! Very good alternative to using leafy greens. I didn't have champagne vinegar and just used White Wine vinegar instead. I only used a quarter of a large purple onion and it was plenty for our tastes."
"These were very good! I served them with a prime rib dinner, they were a very different side from normal potatoes or rice. The only change I made was to pour the grits into a roasting pan for the chilling time, then cut them into round shapes using a biscuit cutter."
"These are very simple and very good. They are made just like the dessert cream puffs, they're just not sweet. These were part of the appetizers choices I had for a dinner party and were very well received. I had the left-overs for breakfast the next morning."
"A real winner. I was looking for something different to go with a prime rib dinner and this was a great pick. I used a compound butter (basil pesto) instead of plain butter and I used cognac. This was very good."
"I made this for a dinner party and it won rave reviews. It is a very light ending with a perfect lemony flavor. I made them early in the day, not finishing the last 10 minutes of cooking time until right before they were served. I could not have picked a better dessert for a big meal."
"one change: I think the 2 tbsp mayo in the sauce is supposed to be dijon mustard. This is what I did. Great recipes, a big hit at the staff Christmas party, had to give out the recipe to a lot of people. It's a nice change from having fried appetizers."