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"I used this recipe for the maiden voyage of my solar windshield shade cooker. This is a perfect beginner recipe. It took me 5 minutes to prepare and turned out beautifully with great flavor. It didn't brown much and took longer than expected, but I expect that was due to my inexperience. (I also did not watch the YouTube video.)
When the ..."
"This recipe was simple to make and tastes wonderful. I only needed about half of the water, but the thickness was perfect. Cleaning out the blender afterward was fun too--just add milk and blend for a black sesame smoothie! :)"
"Definitely simple and easy to make. I found the flavor a little mild for my taste; I might use chicken or beef stock in the future.I assume the recipe calls for canned diced tomatoes and not fresh. Should it be simmered covered or uncovered? (I assumed covered.)"
"TRULY AMAZING! After having this dessert at a restaurant, I immediately began scouring the internet for recipes, and this one turned out perfectly. It's super-easy to make and tastes heavenly!"
"Simple and tasty!If you don't have a blender, then you can toast the nori (wave it over a toaster for a few minutes) and crush it in your hands. This produces bigger flakes that are tougher to evenly mix with the other ingredients, but the taste is fine."
"This is a pretty good recipe. I found the cupcakes a little dry, though I'm willing to admit that the fault might be mine and not the recipe's. With icing on top, the reduced sweetness of these cupcakes was a benefit. Even with partially ground sesame seeds (my blender couldn't get them to a powder) they still had a lovely flavor not too far from ..."
"Great recipe! I'm not a vegetarian, but I was looking for an authentic-sounding recipe to use as a base. I used beef stock instead of vegetable stock and added thinly-sliced beef. The recipe is perfect, and I'll certainly be making the vegetarian version when I'm not cooking for omnivores."
"Wonderful! I added green beans along with the chickpeas. In the future, I may reduce the amount of red curry paste to account for my low heat tolerance (something I ALWAYS have to do with red curry paste), but this dish wasn't nearly as hot as I expected. I'm not accustomed to tomatoes and basil in curries containing coconut sauce, but it turned o..."
"Wonderful recipe! I also made these with frozen blueberries "thawed" in the microwave. I used regular muffin cups and omitted the topping since I was feeling lazy. Tasty and easy to make!"