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"I made this according to the recipe except that I omitted the nuts as I didn't have any. They are good, but too sweet for me. I think i might cut the sugar considerably next time. They are very fudgy and full of chocolate flavor; I just prefer a more bittersweet taste. I think the icing puts it over the top in terms of sweetness. I might reduce th..."
Sep 16, 2012 on Food.com
"This was a wonderfule recipe, and so simple! I had a rack of ribs and didn't know how to cook them... it was my first time buying them. We don't really like bbq sauce in my house because it is too sweet, and dh is diabetic. So, I used a cuban mojito sauce instead. Otherwise followed the recipe exactly. These ribs all but melted in your mouth! Love..."
Aug 19, 2012 on Food.com
"OMG!! I had bought some amaranth, not knowing what it was or how to cook it. This was my virgin voyage, and boy was it wonderful! DH is diabetic who controls his blood sugars by diet and exercise alone, and so we have been eating quinoa for a while. I made this exactly per the recipe, except that I substituted onion for the leeks and omitted the c..."
Aug 19, 2012 on Food.com
"My DH is diabetic and so we decided to try quinoa since it is so low on the glycemic index. Don't let that put you off! It is one of those foods that is delicious, in spite of how good it is for you. I toasted the quinoa before adding the liquid, as recommended by other reviewers. I also substituted low sodium chicken broth for the water. It is no..."
Jan 16, 2011 on Food.com
"OMG!!! This was fabulous! I did not have frozen spinach but I had fresh. I chopped up a 5 oz. package and put it in the skillet after having cooked the garlic and onions. I cooked it about 2-3 minutes and then followed the recipe. I did not have steak seasoning or plain oregano, but I did have McCormick's Greek Seasoning Mix, which is a mixture of..."
Jan 14, 2011 on Food.com
"I really liked this recipe! I give it four stars because I think it calls for too much butter. I only used half the butter and it was plenty. I will definitely make this again. I did not have any parmesan this time but will add it at the end next time. I used about a half a teaspoon of salt, and although the sauce by itself was a bit salty, it wa..."
Jan 2, 2011 on Food.com
"This is the only pound cake I ever make now. The hardest thing about it is greasing the pan! I substituted regular flour for the cake flour, but took out two tablespoons per cup and added 2 tablespoons cornstarch per cup. I found this substitution in another cookbook I had. It turned out delicious. I make it absolutely according to the recipe and ..."
Sep 28, 2010 on Food.com
"I loved this pie! I made it as directed, except I didn't have any ground cumin; only cumin seed. I crushed that as best I could and used about a half teaspoon of it (I find cumin to be overpowering in large amounts. This was wonderful. My whole family loved it, and what left-overs there were were soon gone. I did not prebake the crust but didn't ..."
May 15, 2010 on Food.com
"I made this pie in an 8 inch spring-form pan. It was great! Next time, however, I would probably double the recipe since the filling was pretty thin. I added a strawberry sauce to the top (frozen strawberries, sugar to taste, cornstarch and a little lemon juice and it was wonderful! I used a half cup lemon juice. Great!! Adding a postscript: I ma..."
Apr 3, 2010 on Food.com
"I loved this sauce. I was in a hurry and had not time to cook and strain the sauce. I just ground all of the ingredients in a blender, poured on top of the ribs, and covered tightly with foil. About 7 hours later (300 degree oven I had WONDERFUL ribs! I used teriaki sauce because I didn't have any soy sauce, and red pepper flakes in place of the ..."
Nov 9, 2008 on Food.com