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"The recipe is correct if using liquid stevia. When using something like Stevia in the Raw or another dry stevia, use it as you would sugar - probably 1/4 - 1/2 cup. Hope this helps eliminate confusion!"
"Yum, Yum, Yum!I changed things up a bit, using a spicy peanut butter, sauteing the onion in chili oil and I used more yam and beans than the recipe called for. I also substituted quinoa for the rice, reducing the cooking time from 45 minutes to only 20. Fabulous recipe - I'll definitely make it again!"
"This was my first time owrking with Adzuki beans. The recipe was quite nice! I used chickpea miso since I am intolerant to soy; I plan on using this as a winter cleansing recipe and passing it along to clients. Thanks!"
"You've GOT to me kidding me! This was awesome! I used Worcestershire sauce and it's just fantastic. I'm saving this one to impress house guests in the future. Thanks, Mama!"
"Since I do not have a slowcooker, I baked this in a waterbath at 375 for 45 minutes, removed 1 cup liquid and added 1/2 cup egg whitesto ensure it would set. It turned out wonderful, although a little heavy on the burbon for my tastes. The Thanksgiving guests loved it though, and the modified recipe has been passed on!"
"I made this for lunch at work and it went over VERY well! It is super-easy to make vegetarian as well - I substituted Yves Turkey Deli Slices and wow, was it tasty! I hope to rememeber to keep pesto cream cheese in the fridge for such things! Thanks!PS - fatfree cream cheese works very well here!"
"This was a huge hit at the 4th this year! I made it vegetarian by using Smart Bacon and used nonfat mayonnaise and NO ONE could tell the difference!"
"This was a great recipe! I used it for my food science experiment with great results. In fact, I remade the recipe again this week! Substituting 1/2 cup of the flour for almond meal was very sucessful among taste testers, who consistantly prefered it to the original recipe. I also added chopped candied ginger (and chocolate chips in the second bat..."
"This was really great! It has a lovely flavor. I added some garlic as well and toasted sesame seeds which I then sprinkled on top. My only complaint was that the sauce tended to be too thick and not smooth enough. I will try increasing theoil next time or using smooth peanut butter, but I will be making it again!"