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"This recipe was extremely simple and full of flavor- two wonderful things when you are watching what you eat! It made the chicken very moist and tender. Will definetly make again-thanks!"
Mar 31, 2005 on Food.com
"I wasn't as impressed as everyone else with this recipe. We cook a lot of fish and I LOVE lobster so I thought this would be a perfect recipe. We cooked fish about 7 minutes. I thought it tasted like fish dipped in garlic butter. Texture was too different from lobster to mimic it. I would save my calories and fat grams for real lobster!"
Mar 26, 2005 on Food.com
"Wow! I made this for St. Patrick's Day party too and everyone loved it! Note that you need to use self rising flour. I didn't have any but you can use 1-1/4 t. of baking powder and a pinch of salt to each cup of flour and it will give you same results. I had serious doubts about this recipe because it was so quick and easy, but it was delicio..."
Mar 19, 2005 on Food.com
"This is a great recipe. Basically easy to make and low call too. My family loved it. I used "BLINK's" idea to brush fish with brown mustard before coating since I didn't have any dry mustard. Worked out great. Thanks for the suggestion."
Jan 6, 2005 on Food.com
"These were great and very easy to make. My guests ALL raved about them. They are kind of like potato pancakes in a ball, but better. I served them with a sour cream dip I made up with fresh chives and other herbs from my garden. Recipe makes more like 50 balls unless you make them the size of softballs, but they didn't go to waste. "
Aug 30, 2004 on Food.com
"WOW!!! Couldn't say enough great things about this recipe. Takes about an hour and a half to cook, but is very easy to make. "
Jul 4, 2004 on Food.com