Member since Apr 2012
"Excellent. Best Asian rib recipe I have ever made, and I've made quite a few. Made a few tweaks to suit my taste & ingredients available. Cooked covered with foil to retain moisture. Stirred 1T cornstarch mixed with 1T water into sauce at end to thicken."
"This is a perfect way to make ahead. I modified it to serve 4. Used 2 filets and 1/4 recipe sauce. Didn't do onions & carrots. Sauteed filets 2 mins/side, chilled in sauce, then microwave 1 filet with sauce 90 secs, turn 1/4, cook 90 secs more."
"I don't want to rate this (but apparently I have to) b/c I used parsley instead of cilantro, and that could make a big difference. We thought it was good, but not great."
"Delicious. I made the crepes & the orange butter, and used Chantilly Whipped Cream with a splash of Cointreau instead of ice cream. I used blood oranges, which are sweeter than regular oranges, so it was a bit too sweet but that was my fault. Used lime instead of lemon. Love the crepe cup & will use for other recipes. "
"Luckily for me, I saw a review where someone noted that, on the TV show, the chicken was lightly browned on the stovetop BEFORE baking in the oven. That is key to getting a browned crust and baking only 20 minutes, so I'm noting it again. Also, I let it the rolls rest 5 mins b/f slicing. I added a THIN layer of Dijon & Whole Grain Dijon on the bre"
"I thought they were pretty good, but not as good as my aunt's pickles. They weren't a big hit at a party either."
"So good, with so little effort. I lined the sheet pan with parchment & it worked well. Used all filling. Cooked 15 mins. Topped with apricot jam & powdered sugar. Used Irish Mist instead of rum. Next time I will grind the almonds VERY finely."
"Hubby liked it so it gets 5 stars. I served it warm without the vinaigrette. Also omitted the almonds b/c guess he doesn't like crunchy things."
"Very good. Added sour cream after cooking & tasting. Will add green onions and more capers next time. Had to use tilapia, much thicker fish, so I oiled some foil, wrapped them up, and cooked at 350F for 15 mins."