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"We really loved this recipe. It's a bit of a job to make, but delicious. I used leftover leg of lamb that we had marinated and grilled a couple of days before and it was very good, although I only simmered the whole thing for around 30 minutes since the lamb had been previously cooked. I also used a dehydrated mix of wild mushrooms that I already ..."
"I've lived in Colorado for 16 years and one of the few baked items that's always given me trouble here was banana bread. Until now! This recipe baked up perfectly. Thank you, thank you, thank you for posting it. I added a little vanilla and substituted 1/4 cup unsweetened applesauce for the 4 tablespoons butter and still had success. No sunken or ..."
"I made these for a high school parent/student pot luck dinner and it was a big hit. I brought a double recipe and there wasn't a bit left over. I used chicken breast, but instead in plain water, I used chicken broth. Made the meat very tender and added nice flavor directly to the meat."
"This recipe is outstanding. So easy and incredibly flavorful. We'll definitely be making this one again and again."
"This was a bit hit with everyone and was pretty easy to make. I put each of the ingredients, even the eggs into separate large ziploc bags and moved the zucchini slices from one bag to the next. Worked like a charm without being too messy. And the garlic dip is amazing! Don't skip it. It takes about two minutes to mix and makes the dish. My family..."
"This rating is for the creamy chili sauce only. I was looking for the Outback style dip to go with fried zucchini. This did not taste anything like the Outback's dip. It was just okay, but I won't be making it again. Plus, the measurements here would make a TON of the stuff. I made a quarter of the recipe and still have quite a bit left over."
"I think the jelling problems people are having are coming from a missing step in the recipe that's causing too much watermelon and liquid to end up in the final mixture. I started with the 4 cups of melon called for, seeded, then blended the fruit as written. I then poured the puree into a jelly bag and let it drip into a pot (undisturbed) for 30 ..."