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"I tripled the recipe, but instead of 3 cups mayo, I used 3/4 mayo and 1 cup non-fat Greek yogurt. There was MORE than enough dressing. Everyone at the party LOVED it and I even sent some home with a guest because her 4 year old daughter kept running back and forth to nibble on the salad. I am not sure who loved it more, the kids or the parents!"
"Fantastic basic recipe! Like others, I also used slivered almonds and golden raisins. Per another reviewer's suggestion, I sauteed onion, garlic, celery and carrots in a large saucepan while I toasted the quinoa in a saute pan. :) I HIGHLY recommend toasting the quinoa for the full ten minutes until the grains are golden and toasty. A little le"
"Rating the sauce ONLY since we used it on grilled boneless pork chops. Fantastic and very easy to tweek. I did not have marjoram so used dried tarragon and fresh parsley (not saying this is the right substitution, but I wanted to have enough herbs to ratio of other ingreds). I went ahead and doubled the recipe since I had watched the show and dec"
"Fantastic! I added a bit of silken tofu when blending to add some protein. I doubt it changed the superb flavor of this soup since I was tasting as I went along and the asparagus is a bold veggie. I served it to my boys, 7 & 9 the minute they walked in the door after school and they LOVED it! It was still very hot so I added a dash of half & hal"
"My kids loved this! I decided to make this after finding Meyer lemons at a very reasonable price! I tweaked the recipe by adding zest to the dredging flour and then thinly sliced a lemon which I sauteed before adding the broth and lemon juice. I was nervous that it was going to be too sour for my kids so I added a squeeze of agave and a upped th""
"My kids loved this! I decided to make this after finding Meyer lemons at Walmart of all places! I followed the recipe but added zest to the dredging flour and thinly sliced a lemon which I sauteeed before adding the broth and lemon juice. I was nervous that it was going to be too sour for my kids so I added a squeeze of agave and a upped the rat""
"If I could give more stars, I would. This was the star of the Thanksgiving show in my kitchen last year. Made it again for New Years for a different crowd and it rocked the house! The only topping I did not do was the banana. If you skip all the suggested toppings you HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU ARE MISSING!!! The condiments bring it to a whole new le""
"If I could give more stars, I would. This was the star of the Thanksgiving show in my kitchen last year. Made it again for New Years for a different crowd and it rocked the house! The only topping I did not do was the banana.""
"Delicious! I doubled the recipe since I had 5 eggplants and 2 tubs of tofu. The only thing I did not double was the coconut milk (for caloric reasons ONLY I used 1 can and the jalapeno (I used 3/4 since I wanted my kids to eat it and it still turned out nicely spicy - and I LOVE SUPER SPICY!. I also only used about 2/3 cup water. If you thought t""