I have never reviewed a recipe...but must say, this is the best sushi rice I have tried. I only use 1/3 cup rice vinegar, with a pinch of sugar, pinch of salt and TBS of oil. Perfect every time!
Very good! I used light mayo with lemon and honey for the sauce. I also left the peels on my apples for color and used cranberries instead of raisins. Delicious!! Could add chicken to make it a meal.
Thanks Karen! Loved this soup :) I used beef broth (1 box) plus one small can of chicken broth. I also doubled the barley. Wonderful recipe!
Loved this! I used my immersion blender to puree the tomatoes with onion and garlic and subbed a can of white beans for the pasta. I also used a whole bag of fresh spinach, chopped. Thanks for a great soup!
Not bad...I needed to add crushed red pepper flakes, a little chili powder, black pepper, garlic powder and Italian seasoning to give it some depth. Not sure I could make myself eat this for days on end, but two to three days would be fine. Makes a ton- going to freeze a lot :)
Made this today- the ginger and garlic are amazing! I used fresh mushrooms, green onions, canned bamboo shoots, canned bean sprouts, a sliced onion, fresh spinach, cilantro and salad shrimp. Left out the fructose. It tastes so amazing. Thanks for a fabulous base!
Made these today- added fresh grated parmesan cheese, cracked black pepper and garlic powder. SO DELICIOUS!!! I used mini cookie cutters to make cute shapes for my toddler :) Update: Made again today. Subbed 1/4 cup of cracked wheat for 1/2 cup of the AP Flour and used Olive oil instead of Veg...even better than the first batch!!!
Thank you to everyone who recommended this recipe...and thank you to the creator!!! My first attempt at homemade bread and this was delicious. This made 3 9x5 loaves for me...and we finished the first loaf in 24 hours :)
Beautiful and delicious pancakes. I don't keep soy milk or buttermilk in my fridge, so I mixed 1% milk and lemon juice. They turned out great- used up the last of our homegrown blueberries!
Unbelievable! I can hardly shred the meat without eating at least half of it! My only changes are to use limes instead of oranges (only because hubby doesn't like them) and I also throw it all in the crock pot like others have done. When I serve it, to give it the same "texture" as my favorite mexican restaurant, (without the added calories) I put meat on a sheet pan and throw in a very hot oven for just a few minutes. Gives it the crispy edges that I love. Wonderful recipe Ken- Thanks!!!
I must say- I found these to be very disappointing. I made the recipe exactly as stated and found these to be too dense, chewy and not as light as I would have liked. They need the jam for flavor- the dough itself is pretty bland.