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"Terrific! The combination of bacaon, grainy mustard and nuts puts this recipe over the top. I am always seeking out recipes for sprouts. Not many guests of mine like them. I think this recipe will change their mind. Thanks Michael and Lizzie."
"The Sinaloa sauce-(Yucatan marinade) is outstanding on the chicken parts. So delicious. I will probably incorporate some of the ingredients in my homemade taco/fajita sauces. Thanks Bobby!"
"This is so fantastic! I used lime in place of lemon, Siracha, chipolte powder, no green peppers only red and yellow, lots more onion to marinate the flank steak and all the veggies. I marinated for 6-7 hours. Oh, was it great. My electric skillet enjoyed the flavors too! A keeper for this household. Gracias Paula. Diane"
"One satisfied customer! Wow, what a delicious sauce. I decided to double sauce so I could get more onions for my husband as well as for me. I used 1 tsp. of Allspice since I could not locate the berries in the store. Thanks Ellie. Love your show.""
"Exceptional! I asked the fish monger at the grocery fish counter to steam four large Florida lobster tails for me instead of going through the cooking myself. Too messy of a job. I followed the recipe to the spot and the results were terrific. Great recipe. Any good rolls can be used as well. Thanks. "
"Good! I used Flank due to the pricing this week. Did not use peppers. All in all I should have made this recipe when I saw it in my FoodNetwork Magazine. I served it with Hot and Sour soup to which I added more tofu and tossed in some Ramen noodles. A keeper!
"I rated your other turnip recipe and will do so for this one. Root vegetables are great to work with and my husband loved ths recipe. Will take to a holiday dinner this year. Did not change a thing in the ingredients or procedure. Thanks Tyler.
"I always enjoy cooking with root vegetables. My husband loves turnips so I was hoping he would like his recipe and he raved about it. I will probably take this dish to the next holiday dinner invitation we receive. Good as always Tyler.