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"I changed it up a bit, I added a baked yam, brown sugar, ginger, nutmeg, anise, clove, allspice, chopped walnuts and vanilla. Instead of shortening I added butter that was infused with the spices. I will work out the formula and add it to the "zaar" Great Recipe! Lends it's self to your own interpretations flawlessly. LOVE IT"
"This was a very good principle recipe. By that I mean you can tweak spices to your liking but, as is it is yummy. I have modd'd this with a sprinkle of cayenne, tossed in dried parsley, and some nice deep cumin. You can use this same "technique" and make wonderful stew like dishes. I think this is the ultimate comfort food for beginners. Thank..."
"OH GREAT HOLY BAMBI COOKER~! I Modd'd it by adding some parsley, red pepper flakes, and using crumbs instead of the white bread. Other than that, I placed the "patties" in to some Muffin Tins. Scooped and flattened with the back of the ice cream scooper. Flash chilled , bagged, and tagged! LOVE THIS !!!"
"I added some basil, spinach, and romano to the dish. Which raised the Fluids a little but with a firm push down and some dumping it set well. I love this dish."
"I think that there were a few snags in my prep. bread was dense and not "fluffy" oh well, guess it's back to the drawing board for me!"
"this is a ONE WAY TRAIN TO YUMMIVILLE!!! The person who "thunk" this up should be converted to a SAINT OF THE SOUP LADLE !!! As it simmers you are teased with the aromatic sausage and sweet basil. I made some modifications by adding three cloves of "gahlic" and a small bundle of sage. It's like tiny people are tap dancing on my tongue :) This reci..."
"By far this is the least intimidating tamale recipe I have seen on the net. I Love it! Using the slow cooker is ingenious!!! Mixing the masa in a kitchen aid is way way easier than I thought. This was so easy and sooooo GOOOD!"