I didn't use the parm because I was putting this on toasted mozzarella. It was perfect in proportion. I did put the tomatoes in a sieve after dicing them to let them drain while I chopped the rest of the ingredients. It was not too soupy having done this.
This was a unique side at a summer party. It was very tasty but the mint and basil overwhelmed the cilantro. I may cut that out next time.
This was wonderful. I added an egg to the batter for a more cake like cobbler and it was delicious.
This is an easy crowd pleaser. The only addition I made was adding about a tablespoon of mild hot sauce for some zing.
This is excellent. I made it for a picnic for thirty people and it was not too cumbersome and it is delicious. I didn't have dill weed so I minced a few dill spears and that added a nice zip to the dressing. I used salad dressing (not mayo) and greek yogurt (not sour cream). Still tastes awesome!
These were very good. Nice flavor and texture. Grandson approved!
This was great! The method of cooking made the chicken perfect--crisp skin, moist interior. I increased each step by 1/2 since I had a six pound chicken. Also, I used Chinese 5-spice because it seemed similar but easier than all of the ones listed and it was delicious. Folks were asking for the recipe. I take that as a winner.
I roasted cherry tomatoes tossed in olive oil and season salt and used those rather than fresh. All the rest I did identically to the recipe. This was super delicious and even better as leftovers.
I used fresh spinach and kale processed in my food processor and even so these browned nicely on the side touching the cookie sheet. Delicious. I got tired of making balls and put a little more than half with a couple of additional eggs and a sprinkle of feta in a small casserole and topped it with a pie crust. That too was yummy and the main dish for a four of us. Lovely.