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"For anyone hesitating to try this recipe because of the fish sauce I would urge you to leave it out. It may not be authentic but what you are left with is a lovely, flavor filled soup perfect for a week night dinner. I am going to add bok choy and mushrooms to mine along with some thin sliced onion. Yum"
"I just made these today for a girls bbq lunch. They were a huge hit. I doubled the recipe and used only 3/4 cup brown sugar. Other than that I followed the recipe exactly. One idea I had but haven't tried yet is to drizzle a little almond glaze on top. Very highly recommended!"
"Hi I tried this recipe last week and was very pleased with it. I added raisins during last hour of cooking and I think this made the pudding a bit too sweet. So when I make this again I'm going to cut back to 1/2 cup sugar. I also thought some butter flavoring/extract would be good. The cooking time was right on and the Uncle Bens Converted Rice ..."
"I would not make these again. They were more cake like than a chewy brownie texture. Also they were flat tasting probably because the recipe included no salt."
"My husband and I liked this. However, I think the topping needs some salt (try 1/2 tsp) as well as some cinnamon (try 1 tsp). Other wise very good and recommended."
"Hmmm turkey burgers. Well I made them last night and really did enjoy them. Would have loved them even more had my husband not over charred the outside (sigh). Here is the sauce I made to go with them. 2 cups plain yogurt, 3 chopped green onions, 2 cloves garlic made into paste with salt (a good technique to learn), pepper and about 1/2 tsp dried..."
"Chris! We really enjoyed this brisket. Next time I make it I'm going to try something a little different. I'm going to double the amount of rub and put brisket in crockpot with a small amount of beef broth. I'll make the sauce and serve it on the side with the cooked brisket. I think this will allow both the rub and the sauce to shine on their own."
"I have a stick thin 20 year old son who rarely eats sweets at all (not even soda!) When he tried this he insisted I had to make it again.Outstanding."
"I made this for easter and I was disappointed with the weird spongy texture. Also it was the only bundt cake I have ever made (in 27 years of cooking) that I absolutely could not get out of the bundt cake pan!It smelled great and the taste was ok (a little too sweet) but I would not make again."