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"I have made these a few times and been happy with them. Last night I got home way too late to make the lasagna I had planned so I decided to make these, I felt guilty for making pancakes for dinner so I made some changes. I replaced 1 egg with 1/4 cup sweet potato puree, added 2-3 tablespoons black strap molases, 2 tablespoons ground flax seed, ..."
May 8, 2010 on Food.com
"This recipe is VERY easy and yummy. I've made it twice in one week. It is the first lentils recipe that I have tried that my 2 year old actually ate willingly...not sure if it is just that I have tried so many times or that this is particularly great in his mind. I don't have italian seasoning, so I stuck some basil, oregano, red pepper, and cumin..."
May 5, 2010 on Food.com
"I agree that the cornstarch method is great...but it is great in a sauce such as the general tso's tofu recipe that is found on this site. The plain tofu was just an overwhelming tofu-ey taste that I could not handle. And while I typically love peanut sauce...this was just not the right combination- the peanut sauce that I love is made with Pean..."
Mar 26, 2009 on Food.com
"My husband and I liked these a lot. My husband ate 12 in one sitting! Thanks for the recipe. We had filling left over that I ate with rice and it was good that way too."
Mar 4, 2009 on Food.com
"Passed the test of my meat eating husband! Turned out I forgot to get green onion and garlic so I stuck in garlic powder and dried minced onion and it was still great. There is enough sauce by itself, but if you want to eat this with a big pile of rice you may need more."
Jan 20, 2009 on Food.com