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"This is part of the regular rotation in our house. I've made it with whole chops and with pork cut into strips. I think the strips are simpler since you don't need to remove the pork from the pan for deglazing. I sometimes throw in a clove or two of minced garlic."
"Really good! The sauce was perfectly flavored (although the sodium content is a little scary). I was cooking sticky pork separately, so I didn't include any meat here. I used veggies we had around the house - broccoli, bean sprouts, carrots, a little celery, onion & some green onion. Blanched the noodles in the wok. Steamed the broccoli & carrots..."
"These were really tasty. I swapped half the white flour with whole wheat. My only issue was that with the dough rolled out to about 3/4" and using a 2" biscuit cutter I got 9 (fairly tall) biscuits and not 16."
"These are great! Made them for guests and got rave reviews. No one believed they only took about 10-15 minutes, and were made from things I already had on hand. BTW - do cut them into SMALL squares - they're really rich!"
"My first attempt at homemade shortbread with great results! Didn't have caster/superfine sugar on hand so whirled some regular sugar in the grinder. Topped with a bit of turbinado sugar for looks. Yum!"
"Perfect! My rice cooker does a great job on white rice, but brown is always a little too sticky. This made perfect, fluffy brown rice. Doubled the recipe, used my teakettle to boil the water then combined it with the butter before adding rice. Baked in a covered corningware dish.
Also, rice cooked this way is handy for OAMC. Package ..."
"Really simple and really yummy! Sliced them using a mandolin soaked in just milk and they came out thin & crispy."
"Not exactly what I was looking for, but still pretty tasty. I used whole coriander, and didn't care for the seeds/texture (my fault). Going to try this one again but adjust the spices a little. If you can't find the paneer, an excellent substitute is Mexican Queso Blanco (aka queso fresco) - the texture & taste is very similar."
"Yummy! Used coconut milk as I didn't have any cream. Also, skipped the skewers and broiled the chicken. It was delicious - will be making it part of our regular rotation."
"My first attempt at making naan, and they came out great! Had to sub a little sour cream with the yogurt (didn't have quite enough), but otherwise followed as written. Used a cast iron skillet then finished under the broiler. Great!"