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"I have been meaning to review this for a long time,during which I have made it several times and played around with it quite a bit.It is wonderful as written but I have been baking it in four 8 inch cake pans,adding sundried tomatoes,olives etc. to the onion mixture and then slicing it for party sandwiches.Serve in wedges and it looks beautiful.I ..."
"I have been doing this forever with large pieces of Salmon as well as other fish.It enables you to keep them whole and the presentation is beautiful.I put dill,capers,lemon,a little oil,S&P on the Salmon.I have done fillets of different white fish with a little salsa.I never needed more moisture than that.You can do this with any fish and in my ex..."
"We enjoyed these very much.I used less than a half cup of powdered sugar in the filling and cut way back on the sugar in the coating and they were still plenty sweet."
"I have made this twice and used it to fill small choux pastries for a crowd.The only change I made was adding more xalapeños.It was delicous and everyone loved it."
"This is so easy!I added some crushed garlic,black pepper and tyme to the butter,which I cut to a 1/4 cup.It smelled as good as it tasted.This is even better toasted."
"This was greatI followed the recipe as written and froze half.The second time we ate it I stretched it to feed more by adding a can of beans with chile and topped it with ground up tortilla chips,sour cream and salsa.Tasted brand new,but still delicious."
"A Perfect combination of flavors.The only thing I did different was to shred the apples in my salad shooter and mix all the ingredients together.This caused less falling chuncks with my little one whose table skills are limited."
"This pie is great as is,but I couldnt stop myself from playing around with it.Try adding 1/4 cup cocoa and a 1/2 cup (or more) of chopped almonds and a dash of almond extract.Almost like a fudgy almond joy.The coconut could be eliminated all together,but then I would up the almonds.I also did cocoa with a cup of peanut butter and some chopped pean..."
"This is great!I thought it would be too sweet,but it was perfect.My local Deli sells ham "ends" for about a $1.50 a kilo (I live in Mexico),so this came out almost free for me.Thanks, we will be enjoying this often."