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"Oh wow! I'm one of those who craves 'breakfast' food at any time during the day, so I decided to treat myself to this for dinner today. Scaled it down to 1 serving and didn't use the optional apples. Used bananas as the fruit, added a dash of cinnamon, and skipped the cream altogether. Only refrigerated this for about 30 minutes before devouring i..."
Apr 17, 2008 on Food.com
"Scaled this down all the way to 1 serving and it still worked with only the minimal amount of adjustment to cooking times. Might want to watch the salt, though; mine was a little too salty for my taste. The cumin-garlic seasoning adds a tremendous amount of flavour. I also left the lentils un-mashed - just a personal choice : Thanks for this one!..."
Apr 11, 2008 on Food.com
"SO perfect for a rainy Mumbai day! Great ingredients put together, especially the celery, which adds a burst of flavour! I used a Maggi seasoning cube instead of Old Bay, which we don\'t get here, and used vegetable oil. I peppered this generously and had it with a salad and garlic bread for an absolutely yummy lunch. Thanks, Mirj... I could bet m..."
Jul 15, 2004 on Food.com
"The instructions in this recipe are very lucid and easy to follow, but the end result was a little drier than I had hoped. The combination of ingredients worked well but it lacked the 'juice' that perhaps a chopped tomato could have provided. I topped this with a good amount of plain yogurt before serving and that did make it less dry. Thanks for ..."
Jul 30, 2003 on Food.com
"This was nice, if a bit on the dry side. The curry powder that you use can break or make this recipe so make sure you use one that you really like! I used Madras curry sambar powder which worked pretty well. The peanuts tasted a little odd because they had been first roasted and then "cooked" a bit (the 5 minute simmer!, so I would crush them nex..."
Jul 9, 2003 on Food.com
"YUMMMMMMM! I made this for a friend's birthday and it was a huge hit! I didn't have semi-sweet chocolate so I used milk chocolate bars and halved the amount of condensed milk because I didn't want it to be too sweet. I added 1/2 cup of chopped cashewnuts and didn't change anything else. These cookies were more fudgey than cookie-like, but nobody c..."
Jun 20, 2003 on Food.com
"Yum, yum! Had this first thing in the morning, and I feel cleansed already! Love the fact that it tastes good while being good for you! I'll let you know in a week if this thing works... :Update: (a week later It works like a charm! It MIGHT be my imagination, but I have been feeling incredibly "glowey" lately : : Thanks KM!"
Jun 1, 2003 on Food.com
"All I had in hand was bow-tie pasta so I used that, but I didn't change anything else in the recipe. This was flavourful, but a little too plain. I think throwing in a handful of steamed veggies would make a world of a difference."
May 29, 2003 on Food.com
"I scaled this all the way down to 1 serving and it still turned out great without any worries. I made this without mushrooms and cooked the onions very little. Almonds roasted in butter are simply marvellous, and they make plain veggies taste so good! Thanks Karen, I think this will work with several veggies! "
May 28, 2003 on Food.com
"So simple and yet so delicious! I halved this recipe and used butter instead of olive oil. The butter and leftover "juice" from the sun-dried tomatoes combine to make a fantastic "sauce". The unusual combination of basil, peas, and parmesan works like a charm, with each flavour complementing the other and yet standing out! Thanks canarygirl, this ..."
May 28, 2003 on Food.com