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"I doubled this and used an entire 2.25lb bag of asparagus from costco, because I wanted a pasta with a lot of vegetables.. I cut the asparagus before roasting, which is easier. I think I would not add the mozzarella next time, because it makes the pasta too heavy/gunky in my opinion (but I used shredded mozz, not fresh). It needs a sprinkle of red..."
"This is the light, fluffy strawberry dessert that people usually want for a summer picnic.. the other top recipes in this category mix the whipped cream w/ cream cheese, which makes it too gunky and heavy in my opinion... the plain cake is AWESOME and will be my regular cake recipe from now on, and the strawberries and whipped cream make it into a..."
"I only made the filling & used stor-bought samosa wrappers, but I bet Sackville's dough is much better (or the filling could be simply served as a side of potatos). Very nice! In the oil I fried fennel seeds (much less - 1 spoon) & cumin seeds (2 spoons, very nice addition!) for a few seconds, then stirred in the powdered spices - cumin, garam mas..."
"This is great, the texture is totally similar to restaurant aloo palak. I used only oil, not ghee/butter. Like Kavita, I made the same alterations of first frying the onions + garlic + ginger +1/2 green chili (process all together to chop finely) in oil till golden, then adding the spinach etc, and also sauteeing all of the dry spices of steps 4&5..."
"great muffin! The texture is nice both from the oven and after being in the fridge. I've been wolfing them down and it feels good for me :) I just used 1 whole egg (instead of 2 whites), accidentally increased the buttermilk to 1.5 cups (defrosted from previously frozen cubes - great way to store leftover buttermilk!), and stuck to 1/2 cup honey. ..."
"This is really nice, healthy and fresh- plus quick and easy to throw together. For a half recipe, I just used 1 yellow onion and 2 green onions/chives (no leeks), sauteeing them together. I also used frozen peas and no creme fraiche (which in similar recipes is sometimes substituted with milk). My 10 month old baby loved it! Halving the recipe onl..."
"My husband really liked this, and I thought it was pretty nice as well. I ended up using the full amount of hoison sauce despite being apprehensive about the sweetness (because my husband can't stand sweet taste + meat... but this was fine) - the crushed red pepper is crucial to balance it. After sauteeing the onions etc in step 2, I added in abou..."
"we call this "egg in hole of bread." haha! I guess a bunch of moms just independently realized that kids will eat bread and an egg if they call it by a special name ;)I always sprinkle tony chacherie's on top (the wet side)."
"It's an interesting concept, but I would have to change the recipe to make it again. 1st, I found it way too salty (I used the exact tsp measure) and would not add any salt next time because it really ruined the taste of the cream cheese filling. 2nd, the recipe allowed for dark corn syrup, so I tried it although I normally use the light syrup in ..."
"This was ok, but needs some alterations to be really good in my opinion. I found it very bland (taste & look) as is. So use the recipe as a baseline, and add something at the end if you feel it needs more... like jalapenos, because the canned chilis don't have enough heat, or fresh garlic, more garlic powder/pepper/salt, etc. I added some chili po..."