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    Just made the Skinless Goyza recipe that Christian posted. They were fantastic!


    I only got a dozen instead of the 40-50 I think he mentions on the video. Had to cook them longer but they turned out great and the family was left wanting more!


    Thanks Christian for the recipe!


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    I got ground pork from the farmer's market today to make just this. Thanks for the feedback, I can't wait to make it.


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    I also got ground pork at the farmer's market with this recipe in mind! The pork is still in the freezer, however.

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    I used ground pork as well. Couldn't tell from the video if he used that but figured it would be easier. I'm going to double the recipe next time.


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    Glad you liked the recipe Dave... you only got a dozen out of the recipe??? maybe I just have small hands...=) I always yield at least 40,... You can try scooping it up with a tablespoon to get a consistent size??? but whatever works.


    I used ground pork in the recipe, but you can use other meats as well, although for this recipe pork seems to taste the best to me.


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    Well I realize that I made them too big but they still turned out great! Fun and easy to make. I'll try using a tablespoon next time.


    I have to say that I'm eating the best tasting food of my life since finding Marks Daily Apple!


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    I made them today as well, and they were delicious. I made them a bit large too, and only yielded about 15. I also didn't shred the cabbage well enough and some of them didn't stay together very well. My mistakes aside, it still tasted damn good.


    Thanks for the recipe


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    Just finished eating these for dinner, and boy were they good! Next time, I will add more ginger and garlic, and start with a hotter pan. They were pretty quick to make too. Thanks for a great recipe!

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