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"Really nice, we don't always stick exactly to the recipe. We have sometimes added lime juice, slices of fresh lime, usually put in some orange zest. Can also add a pinch of all spice or a pinch of ground cloves. Can substitute brown sugar for honey with some vanilla essence. We have also sometimes added wattleseeds. Also, it was fine without the b..."
"Yummy. Greased muffin trays worked better than pattypans for this recipe as the muffins are so moist they are a bit sticky.We made the both as mini and larger muffins, the minis were most popular with the kids. "
"Yummy, my kids said it was the best bread they have ever tasted!I 1 cup zucchini and 1/2 cup apple, blended it with the rest of the wet ingredients and then added it to the dry ingredients."
"My son & DH loved them, can't usually get them to eat zucchini at all!I used 1/3 cup of melted butter instead of the oil. I also blended up the zucchini & juice together to make it smooth. "
"Yummy! I found that the batter needed more liquid, I may have measured something wrong. But tasted great, will definitely try these again:)"
"Great recipe!Substitutions -I used 1 1/2 teaspoons of baking powder1 cup fresh pumpkinI melted the chocolate but found I still needed to add about 2/3 cup milk (tinned pumpkin must be more liquid I think).I used pecans but only on some of the muffins as my kids don't like them.I added a few extra choc chips to the kids muffins.I foun..."
"Made this recipe again, less butter definitely improved the balance of the dish (we used about 1 1/2 ounces of butter). Also leaving the pears & sugar to stand longer was good (about 1 hour) & didn't add the excess sugar this time."
"good recipe - used fresh chopped chilli peppers (2 small ones, no seeds). I used leftover french onion dip because we didn't have sour cream, also didn't have garlic but it was yummy anway. I wonder if yoghurt would be an OK substitue for mayonaise as the fat content is rather high, but then it did make the brocolli edible!"
"This is similar to the spice blend that we call Harissa, which is a common ingredient of middle eastern/Moroccan recipes. It's delicious. This could be used in recipes that call for Harissa."