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"Yummy! I really liked this method and loved how the sauce thickened as it cooked. I halved your recipe since I was making fewer wings and I also added about 2 tablespoons of siracha, because we love spice! The sweet, salty, spicy flavor was a hit!"
"This was a winner! We pureed all of the sauce because we like a smooth texture with our curries. The meatballs are so yummy! We ended up eating it with ground turkey instead of lamb because that is what we had, but I can only imagine it is even tastier with the lamb."
"This was even better than I expected. I really loved the beer flavor and the turnips and parsnips, so different from what we normally eat. I made this in August, but would really look forward to it on a cold winter night."
"This was so light and refreshing. Gimlets are my favorite drink and no one seems to have ever heard of them. I can't wait to try this again after my gin has soaked for longer."
"Would have never thought to combine all these flavors but it was great. I was lazy and just chopped my carrots into coins but it still tasted great!"
"This is great and so easy. I also added some more spice at the end to freshen it up. I used crushed tomatoes."
"This should be named perfect chai! It has a great balance of flavors and a yummy texture. I would say you have to use a strong black tea for the right flavor."
"What a fun recipe! It was a little time involved, but the results were yummy. A few things I'd recommend... I would add some more seasoning to the filling next time, maybe some curry spices. Also, I don't think I rolled the bread out thin enough because it took quite awhile to cook through in the skillet. It would be delicious probably with any fi..."
"Indian Rice pudding is one of my very favorite desserts and this version was great. I really liked the addition of rose water and chopped pistachios. The rose water was hard to find but I asked at the Indian grocer and they had it."
"These were so yummy! I made sure to use the pastry flour as recommended and it produced a very tender scone. I also used bittersweet chips and they were perfect!"