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"These were great! I had some very ripe bananas, so I used 1/2 cup of mashed banana instead of the butter. The bananas made them fat free, and you can't tell they are in there. They're perfectly sweet and light, nice for an after-dinner treat!"
"I used 2 tablespoons of plain low fat yogurt instead of the butter, and a couple of dashes of worcestershire sauce and hot sauce. It was terrific!"
"This was great! I didn't have powder mustard so I used regular dijon. I didn't have time to thaw or marinade the wings so I slow baked them from frozen at 250F for 2 hours in the marinade (effectively marinading and thawing as they cooked!), then I removed most of the liquid and "crisped" them at 400F for 20 minutes each side. I took them to a ..."
"This is a simple and delicious recipe and one that's popular in the Middle East. I usually let it simmer on low heat for about an hour. I make it with regular string beans and serve it over rice, although traditionally it's served with pita bread. It's always delicious!"
"This is very nice and light and versatile. I used raw apple cider vinegar and have been using it on green salads and on orzo salad. Thanks for posting!"
"I don't know if this is the traditional way, but all the soda bread recipes I have tried in the past have yielded a very dry bread. Nevertheless, every year on St. Patrick's Day I get the urge to try again, looking for that perfect recipe. This year I tried this recipe. I used a combination of sour cream, plain yogurt and milk to arrive at the ..."
"This is indeed a very good base. I added shredded cabbage and a little bit of cooked brown rice to make it heartier. I also added more lemon juice and a dash of fish sauce as a personal preference. I used a frozen seafood mix, which made it very easy and affordable."
"This recipe is awesome! I just had it hot from the oven and it was to die for!
I used cooked quinoa, dried cranberries, sesame seeds, sliced almonds and chopped pecans. For the spices I used 1/2 tsp each of cinnamon, ginger, cardamom and nutmeg.
This bread can easily become a staple in my house. It's so versatile that I can see me tryin..."
"Great all-purpose soup! I had a bunch of bok Choy and cabbage to use up so I threw them all in here, along with some shredded leftover chicken for added protein. As suggested, I added black peppercorns and bay leaf. Also, I topped it with a dash of cumin and chopped fresh cilantro at the end. Perfect!"
"Awesome! I didn't have fresh tomatoes so I used canned and it was still great! The ketchup adds a touch of sweetness that works really well with the tomatoes. I've made this recipe a couple of times and it's a never-fail recipe. Thanks for sharing it!"