Honestly, I don't know why you would add one kind of pepper let alone two to a sushi roll, but it's your call. I personally use avocado, cream cheese, cucumber, and yam (sometimes I tempura the yam, depending on how lazy I'm feeling) and sometimes bean sprouts, then roll it up with sesame seeds on top and wasabi paste and sweet teriyaki for dipping. But either way, it would be helpful if you explained how to make sushi rice, because it requires rice vinegar and sugar and salt to do properly. FYI, to anyone buying the ingredients for sushi — you'll need those things to make the rice properly, and sushi rice needs to be cooled completely after cooking as well, so it's best to cook it the night before or in the morning. :)
I added capers and spinach. I think that the recipe is intended for cold smoked salmon since it specifies sliced salmon. So I should also note that I used a hot smoked salmon (coho) which I flaked into the dish. I was delicious.
Where is the recipe?
this is delicious! I have been making it for years the only difference is that I use Hellman's instead of miracle whip.
No flour? When I put this on the griddle it just oozes and never sets up like a pancake. Antone else try this?
This chicken comes out perfect every time. My kids love it (ages 8m-15yrs) so that says quite a bit. DELICIOUS!
Tasty. Substituted cooking oil instead of butter.
YUM! I've been looking for an avocado recipe that I can make for breakfast. I find that avocado in my 1st meal keeps me full & satisfied all day!
From reading the instructions it seems that the prep time is 34 minutes and cook time is 50 minutes.
This was AMAZING!!! Even my three children loved this meal! We served it with jasmine rice and fruit to cut down on the spice.
but wheres the cocaine??
Very Good! I didn't let them sit for 30 minutes and added a tsp of vanilla.
Where is the maple syrup?
the rub is now called sweet and smokey. i was searching all over for that rub.
Oh my gosh! This is so incredibly good and easy. I will definitely make this again and again.
These were very good. It made plenty and they are great leftover. I plan to use some of the leftovers on a pizza since it was so good.
I just made these and they are so, so good. The only thing I would suggest is to put a lot of flour down on the counter when you get ready to turn out the dough onto the counter. I had a hard time getting mine up without tearing and distorting them. Otherwise, they were super yummy and I plan to make them very often.
Very good-Added some taco seasoning to the meat to give it a little spice I paired it with no fat refired beans-Even my 8 year liked this one!
A hit with the family, but I made sure to add lots of fresh herbs at the end, right before serving. It's a little bland without.
Rave reviews from both me and my husband. Really easy, esp. if you use a couple frozen chicken breasts.
I think I'll add WAY more chili than the recipe calls for next time. I like mine spicy. Also more lemon juice next time, as I had to use curry paste instead of tikka paste. (Couldn't find tikka paste.)
I made this for dinner last night, and it was a huge hit. I used real parmesan cheese that I grated very fine, rather than the pre-grated from Kraft. Also, something I would change for next time is that I would cover the chicken with aluminum foil for the first 3 quarters of the cooking time as it got brown really fast on the top. I'm wondering if this would also help keep the chicken more moist.
Easy recipe, but not extremely flavorful. Will try it again, but will probably add some fresh garlic next time.
This recipe was delicious! I used Talapia, and I did not have actual almond flour, but I did have whole almonds so I ground those up as fine as possible. My husband liked the sticks, but asked if perhaps I could mix half and half with panko crumbs, he said it was too 'almond-y', so I'll try it that way next time.
I love to add black beans to this salad to add a bit more too it! Love it!