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"I've only made the first batch so far, but I like it a lot. The only issue I had is that the dough was a bit to crumbly and didn't always pinch easily into corners without breaking. I wonder if anyone had that problem and if there's anything I could've added. One suggestion I have though is make sure that you don't roll the dough too thin...1/4 in"
Reviewed Chicken-Zucchini Alfredo
"I was disappointed...I saw this recipe got four stars overall and expected it to be as delicious as the others I've made from foodnetwork. This lacked flavor and thought it was quick and didn't use butter, I would have preferred to take a few more minutes to add spices that would take it up a notch. I used mushrooms and zucchini, like others here "
Reviewed Homemade Gravy
"One more thing: I did use the white wine, but not the cream. It DEFINITELY does not need it for taste or the addition of the extra fat. I also did not add any salt since as the below poster mentioned, the broth already has it. Mine was not too salty. Great!"
Reviewed Mexican Chicken Soup
"This soup is easy and absolutely delicious! One of the best soups I've ever made. I can't eat celery so I used zucchini squash (which I love anyway) and didn't have coriander so I doubled the cumin. My boyfriend RAVED about it (and I make soup all the time, but he never texted from work before to say it was great!).
Making it again tonight. The on""
"The recipe was very tasty. However, it does take a bit of time to prepare all the sauces, so I recommend doing all of that in advance and then cooking the fish when your guests arrive. Since I didn't have the pineapple recipe and everyone was starved, I improvised the Habanero sauce as follows (it was still a big hit): About a cup of fresh salsa (I use Trader Joe's mild), two or three teaspoons of Frank's Red Hot Sweet Chili Sauce, and a half cup of pineapple chopped into small chunks. I also agree with the other reviewer- you need to double the amount of fish you use in order to feed four people and even out with the amount of saucesand salsas. Overall, prep time is a little long (and prepare to have a LOT of cilantro on hand), but this dish is delish!