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"Seriously amazing flavor AND a hearty vegetarian stew in one! I served the stew with a drizzle of olive oil - the olive oil helps the body pick up and process the lycopene in the tomatoes. Then again, the stew's minimal fat content is also a fabulous excuse to make a homemade bread and serve with a generous slather of organic butter. YUM! ..."
"outstanding recipe - look no further for a fabulous oatmeal raisin cookie! Added a touch of cinnamon for depth, otherwise, this recipe is perfect."
"Holy cats this recipe is a WINNER!! Navrantan Korma is my absolute favorite dish at a restaurant named Sitar, in Springfield, MA. This recipe is amazing... thank you so much! I am a light weight when it comes to spicy food, so I cut back the cayenne pepper to 1/4 teaspoon (and that might still be too much). I could not find panir cheese locally..."
"I altered the original recipe slightly to reflect the ingredients I had on hand - and we enjoyed this delightful treat. I used the coconut milk with firm tofu (I needed use it up), the sugar, toasted coconut shreds, dark chocolate, and accidentally too little vanilla. The outcome was still pretty darn good. Given the strong soy taste, I'll probabl..."
"This was such an incredibly easy candy to put together - all in an amazing FIVE minute prep time. I did not have the full two pounds of white chocolate (too expensive), so I substituted one pound of white chocolate and one 10oz bag of semisweet/white swirreled chips. This recipe will DEFINITELY be a repeat in this household - thank you Elizabeth!"
"OMG - thank you for a delicious idea. Even though I accidentally overcooked it (forgot to turn off the slow cooker after the cake had aleady pulled away from the edges) it was very moist and tasty. We served it with icecream - incredible. One thing - be certain to squirrel away a little for the following morning. The self restraint will pay off..."